Digital Breathalyser

Some personal digital breathalyser sold that are available in the market, should have the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval. Basically meaning the FDA has tested the unit and also it does what it says it will do as per the unit’s manual. Other approvals that confirm of the fact that accuracy levels reported from the breathalyzer manufacturer are in keeping with their findings include NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations), DOT (Department of Transportation) and U S Coast Guard.

You should also pay attention to imitation breathalysers which might be sold on the internet. A number of these breathalyzers have an inexpensive Chinese knock off sensor, which does just trigger a set of LED lights to flash. It will be advisable for you to purchase a digital alcohol tester that costs at least over $50, as most of the LED light models provide no digital readout results.

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