The Dingo AT-1000 Personal Breathalyzer is one of the last devices produced in personal range of breathalyzers. The Dingo AT-1000 replaces the older and LESS ACCURATE Dingo A-070 model. This Personal Breathalyzer offers superb accuracy thanks to its ‘Smart Fuel Cell’ technology. The Dingo AT-1000 is now offered to persons who wish to upgrade to fuel cell technology for a similar price to the older and LESS ACCURATE semi-conductor sensor technology as used in the older model like Dingo A-070 breathalyzer. The Dingo AT-1000 offers high accuracy and sophisticated alcohol sensing technology making it extremely popular with individuals requiring high precision and professional reliability. It is supplied with a custom soft carry case, free batteries and four reusable, fully washable plastic mouthpieces. The Dingo AT-1000 comes in two colors: classic black or fancy white. Please choose the color before making order. “What does the Dingo AT-1000 do?” First, the Dingo AT-1000 calculates in BAC% where the full meaning of BAC is Blood Alcohol Concentration. However, it has a wide range from 0.001 to 0.400 BAC% and it is considered as of the range personal breathalyzer with outstanding Accuracy (+/- 0.005% BAC up to 0.10% BAC). Product Synopsis: Fuel cell sensor breathalyzers is actually the gold standard of portable alcohol testers for both professional and personal use. The breath is directed into a fuel cell sensor with double platinum electrodes exactly where alcohol oxidized and produces electrical current. By unerringly measuring this current, alcohol tester provides quite accurate measure. The fuel cell sensor is specific just for alcohol and does not respond to acetone, ketone or other substances available in human breath. The Dingo AT-1000 provides high accuracy and wide detection range up to 4.00. The tester provides you with an advance temperature function to assist you operate it in an optimum temperature range. Benefits: Fuel Cell sensors are the modern trends in digital alcohol testing. Designed to be more precise as semi-conductor sensors, fuel cells are the gold standard when testing BAC or Blood Alcohol Concentration. A rise in durability turns the Dingo AT-1000 to have a prolonged life before needing calibration. A less frequent service and maintenance schedule decreases the total cost of ownership. Additionally, the Dingo AT-1000 will not be able detect a false positive for people on a low carb diet or diabetic. To get the most accurate results, follow a few simple rules:
- Administer the test at least 5 minutes after smoking and 20 minutes after alcohol intake;
- Do not test in strong wind conditions or if in a room with strongly polluted air;
- Periodically (every 12 months) check the condition of your breathalyzer;
- Keep your device away from heaters or sources of strong odors (perfumes, cosmetics, etc.).