Pacific Data Systems DOA multiscreen drug detection reader
The handheld DOA Multi-Screen Drug Detection Reader can be used for drug testing with oral fluid (saliva) and urine drug-of-abuse testing and confirmation. It is claimed to be the only device available that enables users to choose between both oral fluid and urine lateral flow immunoassay drug tests.
Suitable for roadside testing, emergency unit use, emergency and corporate physicians, detention centres, border police, jails etc, the device can be used for qualitative, simultaneous detection of up to eight drugs: cocaine, amphetamines, methamphetamines, MDMA [ecstasy], benzodiazepines, methadone, opiates and marijuana [THC].
It uses a quick, hygienic and secure test method where all test results are clearly displayed with drug test confirmation. Data is stored (for retrieval) and an in-built thermal printer is used to facilitate point-of-test printout of drug test results.
The device is easy to use with a touchscreen for intuitive step-by-step functionality, along with fingerprint scanner, barcode scanner, GPS location/tracking and electronic signature functionality.
Complying with Australian Standards AS4760-2006 (oral fluid) and AS4308-2008 (urine), the device is suitable for any industry where the safety of its workers and customers is a priority.
Phone: 07 3361 2000
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