A multi-function breath alcohol analysis instrument, with advanced data-logging! The wholly new lion alcolmeter® 600 is a powerful tool for use in road traffic law enforcement, commercial health and safety programs, and in various areas of medicine…
The lion alcolmeter® 600 is ideal for use in police roadblock operations or whenever a large number of persons must be tested for the presence or absence of alcohol.
In Passive Mode, there is no mouthpiece. Just hold the 600 in front of the subject’s mouth as they speak, then press Sample. The system draws in several samples of breath and determines if alcohol is present [above .05mg/L BrAC, or 0.01% BAC, ONLY]. Alternatively, the subject blows into the re-useable sampling cup. In either way, if no alcohol is present the 600 shows PASS – then quickly resets itself, all fully automatically!
In Active Mode the subject blows through a mouthpiece, to provide a deep lung breath specimen. This is then analysed, to give an accurate reading of the subject’s alcohol level. For ease of mouthpiece attachment at night, the sampling port is illuminated. In Dual Mode the test starts off in Passive or Precursory operation; but if alcohol is found to be present the system automatically switches to Active Mode.
In Dual Mode the test starts off in Passive or Precursory operation; but if alcohol is found to be present the system automatically switches to Active Mode.
(Multi-breath sampling modes are software specific)
Data Logging Function
Use the touch-screen display system to enter details relevant to each breath test into the instrument’s memory. From there it can later be downloaded to a host PC, for statistical analysis in various management functions.
Some data is entered by touching the relevant icon, while others are entered using the on-screen keypad. As an alternative to the touch-screen, the five navigation buttons can be used for data entry instead, if required.
The Lion Alcolmeter® 600 breathalyzer incorporates an optional GPS system to record the exact location of each breath test – quickly, accurately and fully automatically. These GPS details are stored in memory and can then be transferred to a PC with the actual breath analysis data, where they can then be analysed using standard mapping software.
This capability enables the User Authority to build up a complete picture of the alcohol problem in their jurisdiction, together with a continuous assessment of the efficiency in its detection and control.
Please note: 0.10mg/L BrAC is equivalent to 10ug/100ml, and to 100ug/L
|Lion Fuel Cell
|195 x 80 x 42mm
|Approximately 442g, with batteries
|0.02 to 2.50 mg/L BrAC
|Operating temperature range
|-5°C to +45°C
|Warm up time
|There is no heater, so no warm-up time
|Typically 5s, irrespective of the alcohol level
|Less than 60s at 1.00mg/L
|4 x new AA cells give over 1,000 breath tests
|If checked regularly with a dry gas, calibrate every 12 months. Otherwise, to be calibrated every 6 months
|Either a dry-gas or a breath alcohol liquid simulator
|12 months, parts and labour
|Unaffected by all other likely breath contaminants
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