The Problem with Re-Calibration
One of the most important things to understand when using a breath alcohol tester is that all typical breath alcohol sensors require periodic re-calibration in order to maintain accuracy. It is inherent to alcohol sensing technology, much like gasoline engines in cars require oil changes in order to function properly. Most breathalyzers have to be physically mailed to a service center along with a fee to get this re-calibration done, and you will be without your breath alcohol tester until the service is done. Even if re-calibration is done on schedule, the service does not restore any wear on the alcohol sensor, and eventually your breathalyzer will fail completely due to the sensor breaking down.
The Solution: Pre-Calibrated Replaceable Sensor Modules!
Alcohol Sensor: Oxide Semiconductor
Size: 4.2 x 2.0 x 0.75 inches
Weight: 3.5 ounces (including batteries)
Material: Silver Plastic w/Light Grey Trim
Power: 1.5V AA Batteries x2 (Included)
Detection Range: 0.00 ~ 0.40% BAC
Display: 4-Digit Decimal LCD Display (0.000% BAC)
Recalibration Need: None*
(*Sensor Modules should be replaced every 200 tests or at least once yearly)
Users: Law Enforcement, Health Professionals, Prosumers
Warranty: 1 Year
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