The all-new intoxilyzer® 8000 comes from CMI, Inc., the manufacturer of the legendary Intoxilyzer® 5000 series and its tradition of case law-approved infrared spectrometry alcohol analysis.
The 8000 takes accurate and reliable measurement to a new level by using both 3 and 9 micron technology. . . together!
- All new infrared spectrometry mobile, evidential breath alcohol instrument
- Uses both 3 and 9 micron technology
- Fully mobile or stationary use
- Easy single button operation
- Rugged ABS case
ANALYTICAL PRINCIPLE: infrared absorption, at both 3 and 9 microns – on every sample
RANGE: 0.000 to 0.600 %BAC [g/210 Liters]; 0.000 to 3.000 mg/liter.
DIMENSIONS: 14.5” long x 10” wide x 8.4” deep.
WEIGHT: 17 lbs [instrument only].
CALIBRATION CHECKS: wet bath simulator or dry gas.
BAROMETRIC COMPENSATION: automatic compensation during dry-gas calibration checks.
DISPLAY: 2 line by 20 character, 8mm character height vacuum fluorescent display.
PRINTER OPTIONS: thermal, impact, external
AUDIBLE BEEPER: gives auxiliary messages: tones are software-variable in frequency and duration.
POWER RATINGS: AC: 90 – 264 VAC, 47 – 63Hz, 1amp max.; Vehicle DC: 10 – 16 VDC, 6 amps max.
MICROPROCESSOR: Intel compatible x86 based processor @ 30 MHz with a separate DSP processor for signal conditioning.
MEMORY: 1 Mbyte for data storage [expandable to 4 Mbyte]; 1 Mbyte FLASH/SRAM for code/fast access. Remote program updates.
REAL-TIME CLOCK: accurate to ±10 minutes per year.
WARM-UP TIME: less than 20 minutes at 20°C.
TEST TIME: less than 1 minute, excluding data entry.
DISPOSABLE MOUTHPIECES: spit-trap individually wrapped.
COMMUNICATIONS: Three RS-232 serial ports, one external printer port, internal modem.
CE CERTIFICATION: complies with IEC 1010-1 (1990, 92, 95).
OIML: complies with OIML R 126 [1998 (E)].
RFI CERTIFICATION: to BS EN 50081/2-1 97 & EC 95/54/EEC and FCC Part 15 Class B.
VIBRATION AND SHOCK: to IEC 68-1/2.
CASE CONSTRUCTION: injection molded ABS.
SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION: various software settings may be configured by the instrument Manager through the keyboard [via a security password] / through an external PC using COBRA.