Nev. Admin. Code § 484C.070 - Calibration of device used by law enforcement agency

1. Each preliminary breath-testing device used by a law enforcement agency must be calibrated by the agency or a certified forensic analyst of alcohol at least once a year.
2. The calibration must include:
(a) Verification by the agency or certified forensic analyst of alcohol of the response and accuracy of the device at no less than three levels of alcohol within the range which corresponds to a concentration of alcohol in the breath from 0 to 0.4 gram per 210 liters of breath, inclusive; and
(b) The response of the device to breath samples which do not contain alcohol.
3. In order to be used, a preliminary breath-testing device must also be tested for accuracy each month using a certified alcohol standard for calibration.


Nev. Admin. Code § 484C.070
(Added to NAC by Com. on Testing for Intoxication, eff. 9-26-86; A 7-18-88; 11-23-93; 9-9-94; R112-97, 5-26-98; R137-99, 12-13-99) - (Substituted in revision for NAC 484.621)

NRS 484C.620, 484C.640

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