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Truchek Alcohol Breath Tester - Fuel Cell Sensor

  • Calibrate the tester every 12 months or 500 times of usage, or the data will be imprecise
  • Electrochemical sensor (fuel-cell sensor)
  • Blowing time: About 6 seconds;
  • Blowing flow interrupt detection
  • Test counter to display the operated number when power on
  • 4-digit display with status and backlight
  • Display range: 0.000 to 0.200% BAC (2.00‰ or 1.00 mg/L)
  • Accuracy: +/-0.005% at 0.05%
  • Memory: 5 last records
  • 5 mouthpieces included
  • Warm-up time: 10 seconds
  • Testing time: 10 seconds
  • Repeat test: Less than 60 seconds
  • Audible sound and change LCD colour if above alarm point
  • Selective alarm point for 0.02%, 0.05% (default) or 0.08%
  • Selective unit of measure for %, ‰, mg/L
  • Power supply: 2 x AAA 1.5 V alkaline battery
  • Low-battery indication and auto power-off function
  • Operation temperature: 10°C - 40°C or 50°F - 104°F
  • Store: 0ºC - 50ºC or 32°F - 122°F
  • Small-size tester easy to carry
  • Easy to use and operate
  • An alarm will alert user when alarm point is reached
  • FDA 510 k certified



- Wait for testing at least 15 minutes after drinking.
- Don’t blow liquid or high alcohol into the tester which will damage the sensor.
- Don’t test in high methanol, isopropyl alcohol, or acetone environment.
- Blow continuously for more than 5 seconds.
- Operating temperature: 10°C ~ 40°C or 50°F ~ 104°F
- Don’t put the tester under sunlight or in the room of corrosive gas.
- Avoid falling or heavy shock.



- Your blood alcohol content (BAC) may change in a few minutes.
- Calibrate the tester every 12 months or 500 times of usage, or the data will be imprecise.
- Don’t depend on the tester to judge whether you can drive or not.
- Don’t use the test result in the court.
- Don’t use the tester result against the result of the police’s equipment.
- Be sure not to drive after drinking, it’s safer to hire a designated driver.

Warnings: We do not condone or promote drinking and driving under any circumstances. But, unfortunately, many people still choose to drink and drive despite the associated risks, and therefore our product is designed to simply help guide the user regarding their assessment of their ability to drive within the law.