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Arduino based talking breathalyzer

Posted on Monday, October 10th, 2011 in Arduino, measurement, open source, sensors by the machinegeek


The Hoz sent in a link to this Instructables by alinke detailing the build of a talking breathalyzer.

The main components are a Seeeduino and the Seeed Music Shield, Twig Alcohol Sensor, and Twig Serial LCD all available from Seeedstudio. The open source code and other details can be downloaded from The Talking Breathalyzer site.

For those not of the maker inclination, a fully assembled version is available for $199.99 from Seeedstudio.

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2 Responses to “Arduino based talking breathalyzer”

  1. carlos oliveira says:

    you can send me the list of materials, code, and everything on this device have “Breathalyzer”.

  2. Luigi Julian Atienza says:

    Dear Experts. Can I have your breathalyzer code, I have to make a project about that. Thanks.

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