- ModelAlcoMate Premium
- Alcohol SensorOxide Semiconductor
- Size / Dimensions4.25 x 2.0 x 0.75 in
- Weight1.0000 lbs
- MaterialABS Molding
- UsersCommercial, Corporate, Industrial, Law Enforcement, Medical, Military, Pro-consumers
- Power2 x Standard 1.5V AA (Included)
- Detection Range0.000 - 0.400% BAC (G/DL)
- Display4-Digit LCD
- Warranty1 Year
- Recalibration NeededNot required. Sensor module should be replaced every 200 tests or at least once yearly, whichever comes first.
DOT Approved for Law Enforcement
Accuracy +/-0.01 at 0.10 g/dL (%BAC)
US Coast Guard Approved
Pre-Calibrated Replaceable Sensor Module Technology
2nd Generation Re-Inforced Sensor Modules
Easy-Replace Sensor Panel
4-Digit LCD Results Display
Active Pressure Sensor / Deep Lung Air Sampling
Cumulative Test Counter
Low Battery Indicator / Auto Power-Off
Compact, Sleek and Modern Design
US Coast Guard
US Navy & US Marines
Retail case (Basic Pack) houses the Premium in a plastic molding, along with accessories. The Full Pack (pictured) features a sturdy, re-inforced ABS exterior hard case with a thickly padded interior for superior protection of the Premium and accessories.
2 x AA Batteries
5 x Mouthpieces
Pre-Installed PRISM component (Sensor Module)
Full Pack additionally includes Exterior Hard Case
Pre-Calibrated Replaceable Sensor Modules
The AlcoMate® Premium breathalyzer combines professional reliability with extremely easy-to-use one-button operation. You can count on the Premium breathalyzer to serve all your personal and/or professional alcohol breath testing needs, as it is DOT approved for law-enforcement grade accuracy and US Coast Guard Approved to satisfy the requirements of all marine vessels in US waters to have a breathalyzer-on-board.
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.