The all-in-one Cellular device sends tests directly from the device using a cellular connection. A smartphone is not needed.
The smaller Connect® device pairs to your Apple or Android smartphone to send tests using WiFi or cellular connection.
Soberlink is a comprehensive alcohol monitoring system. Combining a breathalyzer with wireless connectivity, Soberlink automatically documents proof of sobriety in real-time, which gives clients a sense of accomplishment while rebuilding trust with others.
Soberlink Devices use facial recognition technology to confirm identity during each breath test. BAC results are wirelessly transmitted in real-time to Soberlink’s cloud-based alcohol recovery management software. The Soberlink System allows for custom testing schedules, as well as specific notification and automated report settings.
The FDA cleared Soberlink system has multiple patents and is a registered medical device in the state of California. Soberlink devices are manufactured in the USA. Every device passes through rigorous testing and upholds the highest manufacturing certifications: ISO 9001, 14001, 13485, AS9100, and OHSAS18001 certified by UL-DQS ITAR registered (M16646).
"I find Soberlink to be a very tangible and straight forward method of accountability. Accountability is so important in recovery, even if it is just seen as an expression of humility. Ultimately, the patients that use Soberlink are making an active effort to do what they say they are going to do, when they are going to do it… A simple test in a device is practicing accountability and strengthening that accountability muscle!"
― Dominic Angres, LCPC, CADC
Executive Director, Positive Sobriety Institute, Chicago, IL
"The Oklahoma Health Professionals Program has been utilizing the Soberlink product and it is a wonderful tool that gives us 7 days a week real time monitoring for alcohol. We would highly recommend this for any monitoring program."
― Dr. Robert Westcott
Medical Director, OHPP
"Soberlink has revolutionized the way we approach the treatment of alcoholism."
CEO, Veritas Treatment Facility