Monthly Archives: March 2014

Introducing SoberLink

The first pocket size handheld photo digital breathalyzer to securely monitor breath alcohol. The device takes a picture of the user during the breath test to positively verify identity. The result, real-time photo, and GPS location are instantly transmitted from the device to a secure web portal. If the result shows alcohol present the website can be set to alert by sending a text or email.

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SL2 Features:

Handheld, discreet, user-friendly

High-resolution camera for user verification

DOT grade fuel cell

GPS location

Lithium-ion battery; 5+ day battery life

Cellular transmission on Verizon’s hosted Private Network

 
The SOBERLINK device is patented under U.S. Patent Number 8,381,573 and uses a professional grade Dart fuel cell sensor to obtain a blood alcohol content (BrAC) reading from the user’s breath. The device has an embedded high resolution camera for user verification and a GPS antenna to acquire current location. The embedded cellular module transmits the photo, BrAC, and GPS to a cloud-based portal for remote access.

The monitoring center can be configured to send reminder text message to participants about their next breath test.

During the breath test, the SL2 takes a picture of the user to confirm their identity. The real-time photo and breath alcohol results are wirelessly transmitted on Verizon’s Private Network to SOBERLINK’s monitoring website. Real-time alerts can be set up for contacts to be notified when signs of a relapse occur, such as a missed or positive test.