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Exiting SmartGuard™ Auto Mode

MiniMed 770G System Support   >   Exiting SmartGuard™ Auto Mode

Exiting SmartGuard™ Auto Mode

Device: MiniMed™ 770G Insulin Pump

The pump will exit SmartGuard™ Auto Mode:

  • Auto Mode has been in Safe Basal for 90 minutes.
  • A High SG alert has occurred.
  • You have not cleared any suspend event messages within four hours.
  • You manually turned off the Sensor feature or disconnected the transmitter.

Some alarms cause the pump to exit SmartGuard™ Auto Mode and also turn the Auto Mode feature off. Auto Mode is turned off if an alarm initiates a pump reset. If this occurs, you will no longer see the SmartGuard™ Auto Mode shield on your Home screen. You must turn the Auto Mode feature on again and go through a five-hour warm-up period.

You can turn off Auto Mode at any time.