Ethanol & N2O Breath Analyzer

Our breakthrough device offers an accurate and convenient solution for measuring several gaseous components present in exhaled air, including ethanol, and nitrous oxide (N2O). Whether you’re involved in road safety, medicine or scientific research, our breath analyser offers unrivalled performance and exceptional versatility.


Why measuring EtOH and N2O in exhaled air?


The measurement of ethanol, and nitrous oxide in exhaled air serves a wide array of crucial purposes. It enables the assessment of alcohol levels and the presence of nitrous oxide, while also evaluating respiratory function. Such data aids in diagnosing various medical conditions, contributing significantly to public safety, medical surveillance, and patient diagnosis.

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EtOH and N2O
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Accurate advanced technology

Using state-of-the-art non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) technology, our breath analyzer provides accurate measurements of N2O and ethanol levels in exhaled breath. This NDIR sensor is carefully calibrated to ensure accurate detection, even at very low concentrations of each compound. 

All-in-one design 

The all-in-one design of this analyzer consolidates various functions into a single device, simplifying diagnosis and improving workflow efficiency. It accurately measures levels of ethanol and N2O , providing health and road safety professionals with a comprehensive tool for conducting checks or monitoring respiratory health. This streamlined configuration saves space and enhances usability.

Portable and versatile

Thanks to its portable design, the breath analyser offers great versatility in a variety of settings. Whether used in hospitals or by road safety officers, its portability ensures optimum accessibility.

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Analyzing gases with infrared spectroscopy

A non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) sensor operates by detecting the amount of infrared light at a particular wavelength absorbed by a sample. In this process, infrared light passes through the chamber to the detector. The gas being analyzed absorbs energy at specific wavelengths, causing attenuation in the light detected by the sensor. This attenuation is precisely measured by the detector, enabling accurate determination of gas concentration.


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