AlcoSense - FR9000 Alcohol Interlock Device Handheld Breathalyser (Andatech)

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The most advanced alcohol interlock device. Designed with the most advanced alcohol detection sensor; you can be assured, no matter the vehicle, your loved ones are safe and your employees are in full control of their task.


AlcoSense - FR9000 Alcohol Interlock Device Handheld Breathalyser (Andatech)

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The AlcoSense FR9000 Alcohol Interlock Device is a handheld breathalyser with a vehicle ignition system. The driver whose car is equipped with the unit must complete a breath alcohol test with a result below a preset limit before they can start the vehicle.

Installing the AlcoSense FR9000 Alcohol Interlock Device will very effectively prevent somebody from driving under the influence of alcohol.


  • Certified to Australian Standard AS3547 Type 4 Device
  • Temperature and humidity – Human temperature and humidity are both measured by proper sensors to prevent circumvention
  • Simple calibration – one alcohol sample are delivered to the unit, from which the device auto calibrates, eliminating the need for service center to manually adjust device calibration
  • Voice indicator – Several event are indicated by computer voices like rolling test
  • Onboard date logger – A computer that records every interaction a driver has with user’s vehicle. Recorded interactions include activity, time, date and BAC level. The computer can store more than 8000(can be upgraded) separate events and display the content in a summary of detailed format.
  • Meeting minder – A service calendar that uses audio and visual reminders to count the days between required scheduled appointments. If the driver misses his or her appointment, the service calendar will disable the interlock device, preventing the car from starting.
  • Circumvention record – If the interlock device detects a bypass, or detects a failed rolling retest, the logger will record all events.
  • Rolling retest – A test taken prior to the initial breath test. This is the device’s primary defense against circumvention. The test can be set to occur at fixed or random intervals. If a driver fails the test, the circumvention alarm will sound.
  • Bypass Detection – An instrument that detects whether the vehicle is running. If a car is running, but the driver has not taken a breath test yet, the circumvention alarm will sound. The interlock device then enters a lockout state for a predetermined period.
  • Power interrupt – A record of when the vehicle’s power has been disconnected or interrupted. This may occurs if the driver tampers, repairs or replaces the battery. Driver is required to provide documentation of repairs.
  • Emergency restart – In case of a vehicle stall, this feature allows the vehicle to have an emergency restart within several minutes of shutdown.
  • Infrared/RS232/USB data transfer – Support infrared, RS232, and USB download for data and reports.


An additional FR9000 handset unit (optional) is required to avoid any downtime during calibration service

Additional Information

Model No. ALS-FR9000
BAC Range 0.000% - 0.400%BAC
Sensor Type Electrochemical fuel cell sensor
Accuracy ±0.005%BAC at 0.100%BAC
Warm Up Time N/A
Response Time N/A
Recycle Time N/A
Working Temperature No
Power Supply No
Mouthpieces Only compatible with AlcoSense mouthpieces
Memory Capacity 8,000 tests
Result Reading BAC: grm%, mg/mL, mg/100ml, or any other units
BrAC:mg/L, or any other unit
Certification Australian Standard AS3547
Continuous Use No
Calibration Frequency Australian Standards Requirement: 60 days
Display LCD Display
Features memory function, calibration reminder, extreme temperature tolerance, multi-language
Includes User Manual
Product Weight 280g (sample head only)
Dimensions 25.5 x 31.5 x 43.5
Warranty 1 year
Price A$1,999.00

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