The Alcotest 7510 is a compact and robust handheld instrument
which, thanks to its special ergonomic design, is suitable for right or
left handed users. A non-slip rubber housing offers optimal grip.
The device incorporates an innovative transflective, high
resolution graphic LC display. The backlit display provides clear,
unabbreviated and selectable multi-language test messages ensuring readability in bright sunlight as well as total darkness. In addition,
three light emitting diodes (LEDs) support the information displayed.
Mouth alcohol detection
The Alcotest 7510 represents the first handheld EBT capable
of detecting mouth alcohol. This technological advancement is made
possible through the employment of a piezo-electric activator as part of
this new sampling system.
The Dräger Alcotest 7510 can be used immediately in any
environment. Flexible data management, high memory capacity, and the option to use wireless data transfer to transmit to the Dräger Mobile Printer or a computer allow for easy adjustment to national and
international specifications. The
device automatically compensates for any ambient barometric conditions when performing dry-gas tests.
State-of-the-art sensor technology
The latest in Dräger sensor technology, the Alcotest 7510
ensures fast test intervalls and precise measurements. A built-in
heating element prevents condensation and ensures quick and accurate
measurements even at sub-freezing temperatures. Dräger's fuel cell is
alcohol specific and assures unsurpassed reaction and recovery
Hygienic and safe
The device exceeds hygiene requirements.
The sterile disposable mouthpiece employs a special tab to assure a safe
distance between the operator's hand and the subject's mouth. For
superior hygiene, the Alcotest 7510 has a special mouthpiece ejection
mechanism. The instrument's mouthpiece receiver is illuminated for easy
mouthpiece placement even in full darkness.
The Alcotest 7510 offers a GPS module recognizing the exact
geographical location where a breath test is performed. Uploading these
coordinates to a central computer, the administrator has the ability to
establish a map showing the DUI-arrest-density. Furthermore, this
technology allows for precise determination of where the test was
conducted for possible administrative processing of a specific DUI stop.