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Protocol Alcohol Detector

Posted on September 28th, 2010 by Dario  |  No Comments »

The protocol alcohol detector gadget calculates the amount of alcohol through your breath, that is done through its oxidized semiconductor which detects blood alcohol content (BAC) in moments. All you have to do is blow inside the sensor for about 3 seconds.

This tiny breathalyzer uses a micro-electro mechanical systems, sensors and displays an approximate range of the person’s alcohol level.

Features on the protocol alcohol detector:

Assists in detection of alcohol excess
Measures the total amount of alcohol on your breath
Oxidized semiconductor measures blood alcohol content (BAC) within seconds
Blow on top of the sensor for a minimum 3 seconds and it will convey if your BAC is low (less than .05%), borderline (.05% to .08%), or legally intoxicated (greater than 0.08%)
Accurate for a minimum four hundred tests or 1 year from the very first use
Handy timer, counting up or down, better for you to measure time on parking meters and garages
Compact alcohol tester is lightweight and sports a keyring for easy transport
Works on 2 AAA batteries (not included)
FDA approved

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