Alcohol Tester Alcohol Detector AL-6000
Dual Mode of Alcohol Dectctor (Sensing & Measurement): AL-6000



AL-6000 is the dual mode of hand held , portable breath alcohol tester to check sensing & measurement.

1) Sensing Mode: Zero, Low, High
2) Measurement Mode from 0.00 to 0.40% BAC (0.00 to 4.00 g/L) by Digital LED display

To check subject's breath alcohol concentration with high accuracy.

If you need exact test result, AL-6000 is the best recommended BAT.



Category Contents
Indication

0.00 to 0.40% B.A.C. or 0.00 to 0.40g/L or mg/L equivalent by LED display

Meaurement Mode

Normal Mode: 0.00 to 4.00 g/L (0.00 to 0.40 %BAC)
[ 0.00~4.00g/L or 0.00~2.0mg/L ]
Fast Mode: Zero (0), Low (Lo), High (Hi)
[Level can be adjusted at the customer's request.]

Sensing Mode Zero, Low, High
Warning Up Below 20 Seconds
Response time within 5 seconds
Recycle time 10 seconds
Sensor Semiconductor type alcohol sensor(Gas flow sensor built-in)
Power supply Two 1.5V "AA" Alkaline batteries
Weight 105g (Including batteries)
Dimension (mm) 59 X 116 X 27
Remark Auto power off
Battery Low indication

 

How to Use

Normal Mode Operation

If you attach and use the mouthpiece provided with the unit, you are operating the device in Normal Mode.

1. Instructions

a) Press the Power Switch to turn the unit on. The cumulative test count will be displayed.

b) Press the Power Switch one more time and you will see the letters in the display, indicating Normal Mode operation. There will be an automatic countdown from to as the unit warms up.

c) Secure your lips around the mouthpiece and blow sharply and steadily into the unit for at about 5 seconds. You will hear two beeps when the device has finished taking the breath sample. You will see the digit moving left to right in the display as the device is analyzing the sample.

d) After analysis is complete, you will see the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) results displayed.

c) The results will be displayed for approximately 15 seconds, after which the unit will shut itself off.

d) If the device cannot take a successful sample, you will see in the display and the unit will shut itself off.

2. Understanding Your Results (BAC Reading)

0.00% to 0.01%

Safe range.

Little/no alcohol intake.

 

0.02% to 0.04%

Moderate * range.

Increased alcohol intake.

 

0.05% and over

Warning * range.

Ability to drive may be impaired.

WARN light displayed on unit.

3. Understanding Your Results (g/L Reading)

0.00 to 0.10 g/L

Safe range.

Little/no alcohol intake.

 

0.20 to 0.40 g/L

Moderate * range.

Increased alcohol intake.

 

0.50 g/L and over

Warning * range.

Ability to drive may be impaired.

WARN light displayed on unit.

* Consumption of alcohol in ANY amount may impair the ability to operate a motor vehicle. There is no ˇ°safeˇ± level for alcohol consumption before driving. Don't drink and drive.

Fast Mode Operation

You can operate the unit in Fast Mode without using a mouthpiece. Tests will be quicker and more convenient, but results will be given in BAC (g/L) ranges, rather than a numerical reading.

1. Instructions

a) Press the Power Switch to turn unit on. The cumulative test count will be displayed.

b) Press the Power Switch one more time and you will see the letters in the display, indicating Fast Mode operation. There will be an automatic countdown from to as the unit warms up.

b) Blow sharply and steadily into the sensor opening near the top of the unit for at least 5 seconds. You will hear two beeps when the device has finished taking the breath sample. You will see the digit moving left to right in the display as the device is analyzing the sample. After analysis is complete, you will see the blood alcohol concentration results displayed.

c) In FAST mode, you can immediately do another test when you see in the display after the unit has shown the measurement for the previous test.

2. Understanding Your Results (BAC Reading)

0.00% to 0.01%

Safe range.

Little/no alcohol intake.

 

0.02% to 0.04%

Moderate * range.

Increased alcohol intake.

 

0.05% and over

Warning * range.

Ability to drive may be impaired.

WARN light displayed on unit.

3. Understanding Your Results (g/L Reading)

0.00 to 0.10 g/L

Safe range.

Little/no alcohol intake.

 

0.20 to 0.40 g/L

Moderate * range.

Increased alcohol intake.

 

0.50 g/L and over

Warning * range.

Ability to drive may be impaired.

WARN light displayed on unit.

* Consumption of alcohol in ANY amount may impair the ability to operate a motor vehicle. There is no ˇ°safeˇ± level for alcohol consumption before driving. Don't drink and drive.