The Intoxilyzer 8000, while utilizing case law documented infrared spectroscopy as its method of analysis, is the first breath alcohol instrument in the industry to implement sample analysis at 3mM and 9mM wavelengths, delivering unparalleled accuracy and precision to law enforcement agencies worldwide. The Intoxilyzer 8000 may be programmed to the specific test protocols of a state law enforcement program or customer.

  • Easy to Use
    Traditional one button operation
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Barometric Compensation
    Automatic compensation during dry-gas calibration checks
  • Case Construction
    Injection molded ABS for use in a mobile or stationary setting
  • Applicable Markets
    Law Enforcement and Employee Testing (DOT, Non-DOT, NRC, and DOE)

Analytical Principle
Infrared absorption, at both 3 and 9μm (microns) – on every sample

0.000 to 0.600 %BAC [g/210 Liters]; 0.000 to3.000 mg/liter

4.5” long x 10” wide x 8.4” deep

17 lbs [instrument only; just over 20 lbs with optional gas delivery system

Power Ratings
AC: 90 – 264 VAC, 47 – 63Hz, 1amp max.
Vehicle DC: 10 – 16 VDC, 6 amps max.

Intel compatible x86 based processor @ 30 MHz with a separate DSP processor for signal conditioning

2 MB for data storage [expandable to 8 MB]; 1 MB FLASH/SRAM for code/fast access; remote program updates

Up to three RS232 serial ports, one external printer port, internal modem, Ethernet, USB host, USB device, Bluetooth

Calibration Checks
Wet bath simulator or dry gas

CE Certification
Complies with IEC 1010-1 (1990, 92, 95)

Complies with OIML R 126 [1998 (E)]

RFI Certification
FCC Part 15 Class B and BS EN 61000-6-1,2,3,4,5,6,8,11

Vibration and Shock
To IEC 68-29Eb,6Fc,64Fh,27Ea

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

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