Near-Infrared Alcohol Detection Circuit Based On Multisim

Shiyu Cai, Shimoyu Meng, Wen Li, Jiayue Liu


Because the number of private cars has expanded, drunk driving has become more and more frequent. The detection of a driver’s alcohol concentration has become the focus of attention. Therefore, infrared alcohol detection was studied. The principle of infrared blood glucose noninvasive detection was investigated, and it was compared with infrared spectrum detection.

Finally, using transmission technology and an infrared emitter and receiver, an infrared alcohol identification circuit was designed by NBohr’s Law and the Correcting Beer-Lambert Law. It was composed of an infrared acquisition circuit, an infrared electronic filter circuit, and an infrared amplifier circuit. And the infrared alcohol identification circuit was composed of multiple circuits in series and parallel. At various pins on the first AD844AN, the infrared electronic filter circuit receives an alternating current source voltage of 1000V with a basic signal frequency of 60 Hz. At the input end, the infrared amplifier circuit receives a current signal with a frequency of 1 Hz and an amplitude of 5 uA and performs the reproduction experiment using Multisim. As a result of the signal being upgraded to fulfill the objective of recognition, distinct information reappears and exhibits different waveforms.

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