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Protocol Breathalyzer Keychain Review

Posted on March 11th, 2011 by Dario  |  No Comments »

Protocol Breathalyzer Keychain Review video by amishcar is an interesting insight on this Alcohol tester. He also loves drinking Cave Creek Chili Beer, one of his favorites!

Protocol Alcohol Breath Checker – Blood Alcohol Detector Review – Breathalyzer
Saw this at Best Buy as I was walking to the check out & figured for 10 bucks it’s a cool device to test out & have since i do drink sometimes away from home & would love to be sure i wasn’t over the legal limit aka don’t want a DUI.

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Protocol Keyring Keychain Alcohol Breathalyzer

Posted on May 6th, 2010 by Dario  |  No Comments »

The Protocol keyring keychain alcohol breathalyzer unit was an on/off switch on the side for the LED light in the front. On the opposite side it has stop/start, minute and hour buttons for the timer on top. On top it the power button, you have to hold down when using the breathalyzer which are the slots at the very front.

General Protocol Keychain Breathalyzer Instructions

To use the breathalyzer you hold down the power button on top, the green LED with ready next to it will light up. Then the yellow and the red Leds will light up and when they go out the green LED so come back on. You are now ready to blow into the slots at the front, for a few seconds and then the LED (s) will light up with your reading. If your blood alcohol content is low green LED (less than .05%), yellow LED borderline (.05% to .08%), or red LED legally intoxicated (greater than .08%).

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Features:

• Aids in the detection of alcohol intoxication
• Measures the amount of alcohol on your breath
• Oxidized semiconductor measures blood alcohol content (BAC) in seconds
• Blow onto the sensor for at least 3 seconds and it will report if your BAC is low (less than .05%), borderline (.05% to .08%), or legally intoxicated (greater than .08%)
• Accurate for at least 400 tests or 1 year from the first use
• LED flashlight finds keyholes in dark parking lots, streets and garages
• Convenient timer, counting up or down, great to measure time on parking meters and garages
• Compact breathalyzer is lightweight and sports a keychain for easy transport
• Operates on 2 AAA batteries (not included)
• FDA approved

Specifications:

• Test method: Uses a semi-conductor gas sensor to detect alcohol on breath and converts it to a BAC level
• Preheat time: 5 to 15 seconds (Unless it was just used)
• Battery life: About 200 tests with two AAA batteries
• Calibration: Breath alcohol simulator with 0.05 and 0.08 BAC solution, done in factory at the time of manufacture
• Device life: One year, approximately 400 tests
• Operating temperature: 10 to 40 degrees C
• Storage temperature: 0 to 50 degrees C

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Can I still be charged a DUI without being arrested

Posted on April 21st, 2010 by Dario  |  2 Comments »

Can I still be charged a DUI without being arrested? Is it worth fighting?
Hi, I am 19 years old. Recently I was pulled over for going down a one way out of a dorm parking lot, which is understandable. This happened because I was not familiar with the city and especially at night. Since I was going down a one way the police officer assumed i was very intoxicated and I had been around drinking earlier. He asked me to get out of the vehicle and give me the field sobriety tests, which as far as I know I passed with flying colors (in my eyes).

Afterwords he told me that he was still going to be Breathalyzer because he could smell alcohol, so i agreed and blew into the portable Alcohol Breathalyzer blowing a .04, .02 is the legal limit if you’re under 21. He then ticketed me for going down a one way, and also for a DUI. My car was towed because i didn’t want to contact any of my friends in case they had been drinking as well. The police officer then let me walk away from the scene as he drove off. Now, looking back on it my question is shouldn’t the officer have taken me to the police station for an official Alcohol Breathalyzer or blood test? Should this be something I should be fighting in court?

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