2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
The engineers of the Japanese company "Thanko" have developed an original version of the case for the American smartphone with a built-in breath analyzer. Simply put, the iPhone 5 is equipped with a portable breathalyzer that is always at hand.
As one of its creators, the head of the company Hiroyasu Yamamitsu, describes the novelty, this is an easy way to assess your state of intoxication with high accuracy.
For example, in order to understand whether it is worth driving or it is better to use a taxi. Just by breathing into the corresponding window of the sensor built into the breathalyzer case, the result will be displayed on a special display located on the back of the accessory. But the manufacturer of the original breathalyzer immediately distances itself from the negligent fans of the green snake. The device should be used for good purposes, and not at all in order to understand whether it will be possible to deceive the cops after a couple of glasses overturned in a bar, or it is necessary to wait a little longer.
For optimal use of the iPhone breathalyzer case, you should breathe through the sensor window for at least 5 seconds, and the analysis of the collected air will take up to 20 seconds to avoid errors. The result displayed on the display is presented in grams of alcohol per liter of substance, and for ease of identification of its state while intoxicated, the device is equipped with a color indicator. Green light - you are normal, red on the contrary, and yellow, which is quite logical, this is a hint of the need for a little walk in the fresh air. It is worth emphasizing that the assessment limits are tied to the used alcohol consumption standards for car drivers. For example, for the UK it is 35 mg per 100 ml of exhaled air, so in other countries, especially pedestrians, there may be their own assessments of the situation.
At its core, this gadget is an alternative docking station for a smartphone, equipped with its own 1800 mAh battery. It can both recharge the smartphone itself, and vice versa, be powered by its battery - switching modes is controlled by the owner of the device. The thickness of the breathalyzer case is 15 mm, the weight is 72 grams, it is adapted for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S, but work on compatibility with other representatives of the stellar family of Apple smartphones is already underway.
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