Lifeloc Technologies wishes to appoint new distributors for select countries in Asia Pacific Region

We are actively searching for new distributors in the Asia Pacific Region to grow our business for the range of
Breath Alcohol Testers in the following countries:

  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • Sri Lanka
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Hong Kong
  • Nepal
  • Myanmar
  • Bangladesh
  • Cambodia

Potential companies and individuals must have good knowledge of and experience in the local market for such products with Law Enforcement and Work place.

You can email us your interest to along with a brief profile of your company and experience.

Lifeloc will respond only to shortlisted companies/ individuals.

Frequently Asked Technical Questions - FC10 & FC10Plus

What batteries should I use in my FC10/FC10Plus?

High quality alkaline AA or NiMH rechargeable batteries

How oftern should I calibrate my FC10/FC10Plus?

Lifeloc recommends you calibrate your FC instrument once a year or if it fails 2 consectutive calibration checks. In addition, check with your program administrator for any additional requirements or guidelines your organization may have.

How often should I perform a calibration check on my FC10/FC10Plus?

Calibration check requirements vary depending upon the program guidelines or internal procedures you are testing under.
In a non-DOT program your requirements may vary. Please check with your program administrator.

What is the recommended service interval of my FC10/FC10Plus?

We recommend you send your FC10/FC10Plus in for a Factory Diagnostic Check every 2 years.

Are there additional training materials for my FC10/FC10Plus?

We can provide CD training courses that cover operation of the FC10 and FC10Plus. Contact our sales department for further information or you can purchase them at the online store.

What do I do if my FC10/FC10Plus constantly reboots?

This is typically caused by a battery failure. Replacement of all 4 batteries should fix the problem.

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