Does T1Pal Support Dexcom Bridge?

YES! Dexcom Bridge (formerly Dexcom Share) is an excellent match for providing data to T1Pal Nightscout and other devices. Product information from Dexcom is available HERE. In addition, our Knowledge Base provides some detail on how to configure Dexcom Share and T1Pal Nightscout

Does Xdrip4IOS work with T1Pal Nightscout?

YES! xDrip4iOS (also known as “xDrip for iOS” or “xdripswift”) is an open-source application to display real time blood glucose data.  Information on XDrip can be found HERE. It can be configured as a FOLLOWER or an UPLOADER. To run xDrip4iOS you will firstly need an iPhone 7 or newer running minimum iOS13. To work as a Master device, you will […]

Does Nightscout Connect with Tomato?

YES! Tomato is an iPhone app  that allows remote sharing of FreeStyle Libre’s blood sugar levels.  It utilizes with the MiaoMiao Smart Libre Reader, also available from the team. Tomato is an uploader to T1Pal Nightscout for CGM readings.   Our Knowledge Base shows HOW to configure Tomato as an uploader.

Does Sugarmate work with T1Pal?

YES! Sugarmate can read the output of T1Pal Nightsout and provide to care-givers phone calls and other information relevant to people with Diabetes. More product information on Sugarmate is HERE. Information on how T1Pal Nightscout and Sugarmate can be configured to work together is provided on our Knowledge Base.

Does Diabox Work With T1Pal?

YES! Diabox is an uploader of data to T1Pal Nightscout.  It is provided by Bubblan.   Product information is provided HERE. Information on how to configure Diabox with T1Pal Nightscout is available on our Knowledge Base.

How Do I Configure Nightscout to work with Loop?

Medical Data Networks, LLC. supports the integration of T1Pal Nightscout and T1Pal Loop applications. Information on how to configure these things to work efficiently together is in our T1Pal Knowledge Base HERE.

What Products and Services Do You Support?

Medical Data Networks, LLC. provides support for several services and applications that are generally available as open source applications. The list of supported applications include: Nightscout — a cloud based web application. Loop — an iPhone application built on Apple’s TestFlight capability. CoPilot — a consulting service providing specific help in optimizing multiple applications.   […]

Can I Do It Myself?

PROBLEM:   You are NOT a technology wizard, and/or you are not interested in building internet services and/or you just don’t have the time to build these tools.

SOLUTION:   You can build it yourself. But, for the price of two of your favorite beverages at Starbucks, you can let us do all the building, testing, and support your phone calls.