Alcohol ignition interlock
|CENELEC EN 50436-2|
ALCOLOCK V3 inhibits vehicle operation if the driver has been drinking. Engineered to withstand the vibration, dirt, dust, humidity and extreme temperatures, it can be installed in any motorized equipment, including trucks, ships, trains and heavy machinery.
Safe and conscientious operations
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Simple breath sampling
Drivers use the handset to provide a breath sample. Within seconds ALCOLOCK V3 analyses it for breath alcohol content (BrAC) and displays instructions to the driver.
Drivers may be tested at the beginning of their shift or at intervals throughout the day by programming the ALCOLOCK V3 system to meet company safety policy requirements.
ALCOLOCK V3 devices include an electronic override for emergency situations. Its use may be monitored using the system software.
A vehicle operator must provide a successful breath test before the engine can be started. All testing information can be uploaded into the AlcoFleet™ application, where it can be stored, tracked and used to generate reports.
ALCOLOCK V3 can be purchased or leased for use in private vehicles. Available for install in any motorized vehicle or machinery. Leasing options include monthly plans and rent to own programs.
Data can be transferred via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®, GPRS or telematics, depending on the model purchased. All devices can manually transfer data through a download station.
Wireless data transmission
Event log data is transmitted from the ECU when the vehicle comes in range and is authenticated by the fleet Wi-Fi base station. Fleet managers can access the data online via a secure network application.
Secure data handling
Event log files and communication are protected with AES 128 bit encryption. Flash memory preserves the event log when the vehicle battery is disconnected.
For positive identification of the driver each time a breath sample is given. ALCOLOCK V3 triggers the camera during the test - the image is then time stamped and stored in a database to view.