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Ignition Interlock Device Approval

Manufacturers of Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Devices (BAIIDs) submit their devices to independent laboratories which test the devices against the current National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) model specifications.

The Ignition Interlock Program approves devices after reviewing the reports from the laboratories and verifying that additional requirements of Part 59.10 - 59.12 are met.

In order to obtain NYS Department of Health approval, please complete the Application for Ignition Interlock Device.

Any change that could affect performance, including software changes should require additional testing. No manufacturer who makes an operational modification/ metrological software modification to a model of an ignition interlock device that has been certified pursuant to Part 59 shall release the modified device for use pursuant to Vehicle and Traffic Law Section 1198 without having obtained the express approval of the department.

Complete the Notification of Modification for an Ignition Interlock Device as necessary.

A list of NYS DOH certified ignition interlock devices is provided.

Ignition Interlock Name NYS DOH Approved Model(s) Manufacturer
ALCOLOCK LR, WR2, WR3 Alcohol Countermeasure Systems Corp.
60 International Boulevard
Toronto, Ontario  M9W 6J2
CANADA
Determinator DM-904 Alcohol Detection Systems
1718 Belmont Ave, Suite E
Baltimore, MD 21244
Draeger Interlock 7000, Interlock XT, 3530910, 3530920 Draeger Safety Diagnostics, Inc
4040 W. Royal Lane, Suite 136
Irving, TX 75063
FR 9000 FR 9000 B.E.S.T. Labs, Inc.
7301 West Blvd, Suite A-1
Boardman, OH  44512
Guardian AMS 2000 Guardian Interlock Systems
228 Church Street
Marietta, GA 30060
Intoxalock 1001A Consumer Safety Technology, LLC
Building 1
11085 Aurora Ave
Des Moines, IA 50322
LifeSafer L250 #1 A LifeSafer, Inc.
4290 Glendale Milford Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Smart Start SSI-1000,
20/20, 20/30
Smart Start Incorporated
4850 Plaza Drive
Irving, TX  75063-2317

Please note that in order to offer the device for use in New York, approval must also be obtained by the NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services.