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Remote alcohol monitoring affords clients to be tested periodically, rather that continuously. No Ankle bracelet required...

Remote alcohol monitoring devices measure the tested individual breath alcohol level, similar to the portable systems used by patrol police officers. Results are transferred to monitoring center officers, confirming individuals’ compliance with their program. Alcohol monitoring system can be utilized as a complete and independent measure of Alcohol use.



  • The MEMS 3000 comes in 3 versions for those not in need
    of continous alcohol monitoring:

    1. Remote Alcohol Monitoring with landline requirement
    2. Remote Alcohol Monitoring with or without landline requirement PLUS home detention, utilizing a small ankle bracelet
    3. Remote Alcohol Monitoring - wireless

MEMS 3000 is a highly efficient monitoring unit, integrating breath alcohol testing (BAT), and automatic facial recognition. MEMS 3000 allows law enforcement agencies to monitor offenders’ breath alcohol levels remotely, as an independent measure
    Alcohol MOnitoring with facial recognition
The MEMS-3000 utilizes a high resolution camera with 242 pixels x 200 lines that provides the monitoring center with a high resolution color image of the client. The Probationer’s image is digitally transferred to the monitoring center by pushing a single button. The camera is mounted behind a two-way mirror for the purpose of positioning the client's image properly prior to sending. When the image is transmitted to the Twenty-four-Hour Monitoring Center, the image is visually and digitally compared to the Probationer’s image file ensuring compliance with his/her home confinement program.  Violations are confirmed by the Monitoring Center, and are immediately reported to the Supervising Officer for disposition. 

Full Home Detention
Monitoring Capabilities



Alcohol monitoring can be applied as a separate measure or in combination with different intensive supervision tools. When integrated as a “plug and play” component to a control center already operating Elmo-Tech Integrated Platform application, data from the MEMS 3000 is fed into a single database, which
manages the full range of offender monitoring tools for efficient case management and operational flexibility. Field units and transmitter models interchangeability enable the seamless transfer of offenders across different programs and monitoring applications for efficient resource management


Participant Instructions for MEMS 3000 VB and/or VBR

Once the MEMS3000 device is installed and activated, you must complete a breath alcohol test with an officer present, so that an enrollment reference picture can be saved in the E3 Software. This picture is used by the monitoring center for identity verification for all future breath alcohol tests.

Taking the Breath Alcohol Test

Make sure your device is plugged in. Verify there are 2 green lights on the back of the device. 1st light indicated power, the 2nd light indicated cell communication. If there is only one light laminated, move your device to a different location, preferably near a window.
Make sure the device sits on a flat, solid surface.

  1. When your breath test is due, the device will emit and audio siren.
  2. Press Start.
  3. The device beeps and the Blow and Face the Mirror LEDs illuminate on the front panel.
  4. Blow into the breath alcohol test straw.
  5. During the test, the camera flash triggers and a picture is taken for video ID.
  6. The device beeps when the test is completed and the Test Completed LED illuminates on the front panel.

All Pictures should clearly display your face without obstruction. You should refrain from wearing appearance altering clothing while taking breath alcohol tests (e.g., sunglasses, hats).





You may not touch or obstruct view of the straw while the test is being administered.

If you are also wearing the ankle monitor displayed above for curfew, you do not have to charge this ankle monitor. It is 100% waterproof, so showering and bathing is acceptable. You will have to be in range of your base station within the allotted area given ad during the times of your curfew.

If you have to wear a gps device along with your breathalyzer, separate charging instructions will be provided to you.