Alcoscan AL6000 is a hand held, portable breath
alcohol tester to check subject's breath alcohol concentration with reliable
accuracy and it is available to test in Passive mode. Breathalyzer with
Pre-Calibrated Replaceable Sensor Module
Indication of B.A.C.
Nomal Mode: 0.00 to 4.00 ‰ or 0.000 to 0.400%BAC or 0.00 to 2.00 mg/l BrAC by LED display
Fast(Screening) Mode: “0”, “Low” and “High” 3 steps
Semiconductor type alcohol sensor
±0.01%BAC at 0.05%BAC
Nomal Mode : use / Fast Mode: No use
Two 1.5V "AA" size alkaline batteries / Auto Power off
115g (Including Batteries)
124 (height) X 56 (width) X 41 (thickness) MAX
3 steps beep warning of alcohol detection with LED display
Silver / Red
CE, FDA 510K listed, DOT, Australian Standard
1x Breathalyzer 5x Mouthpiece 1x Pouch 1x Hand strap 2x AA size Alkaline Batteries 1x Manual
- Size : 615 x 456 x 331(mm)
- Weight : 16kg
What is a "Pre-Calibrated Replaceable Sensor Module"?
Sentech Korea is the first breathalyzer company to introduce pre-calibrated replaceable modules (patent-pending) to the market. One of the main problems with using breathalyzers in critical applications is that the alcohol sensor, no matter what type, requires periodic re-calibration. Unfortunately, the re-calibration process requires that the breathalyzer be physically mailed or taken to a professional service center, at which point the device must be evaluated and proper steps must be taken for calibration with an expensive simulator system. The process is costly for both consumer and service center, and the delay of processing and shipping back-and-forth can be quite a loss. The Pre-Calibrated Replaceable Alcohol Sensor Module can eliminate the delays and complications of re-calibration by allowing you to simply "snap out" an old module and "snap in" a new module. This way, you can get back to reliable, accurate testing in a matter of seconds!
Sample will be available when freight charge collect
Over 3K pcs order’s case, we will provide buyer designed gift box and logo imprinted without extra charge.