The AlcoCheck® FC90 (AT578) handheld fuel cell sensor is certified by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to conform to the model specification for alcohol screening devices. With accuracy to +/-0.005% at 0.05%BAC, the DOT approved AlcoCheck® FC90 (AT578) meets the standards set by the DOT and National Highway Traffic...
The AlcoCheck® FC90 (AT578) handheld fuel cell sensor is certified by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to conform to the model specification for alcohol screening devices. With accuracy to +/-0.005% at 0.05%BAC, the DOT approved AlcoCheck® FC90 (AT578) meets the standards set by the DOT and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for screening devices to measure alcohol in bodily fluids. The FC90 breath alcohol device is also 510(k) cleared for OTC.
- DOT and NHTSA approved
- Electrochemical European fuel cell sensor
- Accuracy: +/-0.005% at 0.05%
- Display range: 0.000-0.200%BAC
- Audible alarm above 0.05%BAC
- Blowing time: 6 seconds
- Testing time: 10 seconds
- Low-battery indicator
- Auto power-off
- Blowing flow detection
- Calibration interval: 12 months
- Power supply: 9V battery
- 1-year warranty
- Memory: 5 records
- Sold in bags of 50, Individually wrapped.
- Designed to fit AlcoCheck™ Breathalyser’s; including FC90 / FC300e / SC100.
Royal Medical Supplies offers the calibration service of Alcocheck FC90, FC200 and FC300e. Please call us if your device needs service. Code is Recalibration
The Calibration unit is available for the SC100, however the SC100 device is no longer available for purchase. Code is ATA-011
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Please see below for some common questions when purchasing drug and alcohol testing equipment. More information can also be found on the product pages. If you still need some clarification please don't hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 000 000
What drug test do I need?
This will depend on a few things and is often related to the workplace policy and procedure and what is trying to be achieved. For assistance in understanding the difference in the devices contact Drug Test Equipment.
What is a non negative
This is where a person has submitted a sample for testing and it has returned an initial positive on the screening device. At this point it is sent to lab for a confirmatory test.
What do I do if someone tests positive?This will again relate to your policy and procedure at your workplace. Someone may be stood down or managed in a non-high risk work area until the results of the confirmation test are returned.
Which is better urine or oral?
Both tests are very accurate but they do have different window of identification of substances. Identification will generally be possible for longer periods in urine fluid compare to oral. The best test to choose is dependent on what you are trying to identify with the test. Contact Drug Test Equipment for more information.
What is a passive alcohol test?
This is where a test is performed to identify alcohol in a sample of breath usually by talking or blowing across the top of the device. If alcohol is detected then an active test is done to determine the exact level of breath alcohol.