Dräger Alcotest 7510

The Dräger Alcotest 7510 is a compact and robust handheld breath alcohol measuring instrument, especially designed for advanced screening applications. Ideal for use by police as well as in commerce and industry as an alcohol screening device, it can also be used for evidential testing purposes.

KEY PRODUCT FEATURES

  • The Dräger Alcotest 7510 features a large, high resolution, monochrome graphic display and multi-lingual text
  • The backlit display provides clear, plain text messages even in poor lighting and three light emitting diodes (LEDs) in red, yellow or green support the findings on the display
  • 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

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