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Indoor Air Quality Monitor

The carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in interior areas can be measured using the handy and small Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Monitor with CO2. In order to maintain the best possible air quality for a more comfortable and healthy atmosphere, it offers users real-time feedback and alarms.​

Indoor Air Quality at Home

Purchasing an IAQ monitor for your house gives you the ability to make knowledgeable judgments about enhancing the quality of the air, encouraging improved health, and guaranteeing that everyone who lives there is comfy.

App One Click Control

With our IAQ Monitor and Mobile App, you can unleash the power of convenience and control. With our user-friendly app, you can effortlessly regulate and monitor the quality of the air indoors from any location. It offers real-time statistics, personalized recommendations, and customizable settings. You can easily take control of your health and make your home healthier by pressing a few buttons.

Why Use Indoor air quality monitors?

Harmful airborne pathogens, viruses, and allergens that can be found inside your home include bacteria, mold spores, dust mites, pet dander, pollen, and airborne viruses like influenza or the common cold. These substances pose risks to your respiratory health and can trigger allergies or infections.
There are several benefits to owning an indoor air quality monitor as opposed to not having one. By using an air quality monitor, you can take proactive steps to improve the quality of the air you breathe by getting real-time insights into its state. You run the risk of harming your health if you don’t have a monitor because you won’t know if your indoor environment contains any allergens, pollutants, or dangerous gases.
You can identify and quantify carbon dioxide (CO2), particulate matter (PM2.5), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with an indoor air quality sensor. With this information, you can locate and deal with the causes of pollution and make well-informed choices on air purification, ventilation, and lifestyle modifications. You are in the dark without a monitor, unable to determine the quality of your air or take practical steps to reduce dangers.

Air Quality Monitors