Lifeloc Technologies Receives Contract for Phoenix 6.0 Bluetooth Breath Alcohol Testers from State of Missouri, Department of Corrections

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) August 23, 2011

Lifeloc Technologies, Inc., a Colorado based manufacturer of professional-use breathalyzers today announced that it has been awarded a contract by the State of Missouri Corrections Department for its Phoenix 6.0 Bluetooth Workplace breath alcohol testing systems. The contract is valued as high as $ 75,000. Lifeloc has had an ongoing business relationship with the state for over ten years.

The Missouri Corrections Department uses Lifeloc breathalyzers for both employee and inmate breath alcohol testing programs. The new Phoenix 6.0BT models will be used for employee testing statewide, enabling evidential documentation of alcohol breath testing.

The Phoenix 6.0BT is Lifelocs top of the line evidential breath alcohol testing system (EBT). Features include Lifelocs proprietary EasyMode software which guides alcohol testers step by step through the DOT testing protocol to ensure valid breath alcohol test results. Other advanced features include encrypted wireless printing of test results on tamper evident labels and full user password protection.

About Lifeloc Technologies

Lifeloc Technologies, Inc. is a trusted international provider of precise, reliable and easy to use portable breath alcohol testing instruments (breathalyzers). Lifeloc offers comprehensive online and classroom training, plus a complete line of supplies and drug screening products. Our alcohol testing devices have been manufactured continuously in Colorado since our founding in 1983. Lifeloc evidential and screening devices are approved by the U.S. DOT and other state and international regulatory agencies. More information about Lifeloc is available at

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John Rhoades