The Intox ECIR II Breathalyzer used in DWI cases The Intox ECIR II breathalyzer has been used by law enforcement in North Carolina since 2004 to measure blood alcohol concentration (BAC).
It is the single most important device used by police and prosecutors to convict people of driving while impaired. intox ecir ii breath test operator instructional manual department of forensic science breath alcohol section effective july 7, 2008 The Intox ECIR II is an approved instrument which analyzes a sample of deep lung air and reports the results in milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.
The Intox ECIR II is a transportable, benchtop instrument featuring fuel cell integration analysis combined with realtime analytical advantages of infrared technology. What our Clients Say We are proud and honored by the compliments that we receive from our clients. Here are a few of them THE RESULTS OF SPECIFIC CASES REPORTED ARE NOT MEANT TO BE A PREDICTION OR Get this from a library!
Intox ECIR II: breath test operator instructional manual. [Virginia. Breath Alcohol Section. Start studying NC Intox ECIR II Study Guide. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Indiana State Department of Toxicology (ISDT) began training certified breath test operators using the new approved Intox ECIR II instrument breath test method March 10, 2014 and completed the training on September 11, 2014.
This manual contains Operation Manuals for the BAC DataMaster, Intoxilyzer 5000, AlcoSensor IV, Intox DMT, Intoxilyzer 8000, and the Intox ECIR II.
This manual was provided to the Association by Rick Boydston, an Executive Member of the Association, whose office is located in West Hills, California.