Airthings Wave Plus is the first smart Indoor Air Quality monitor with radon detection, designed for all populated spaces.
This is the Wave Plus:
Simply set the Wave Plus up in your home, and the color-coded light ring will tell you whether your air quality is good, fair or poor with a wave of your hand.
Sync to the Wave Plus with the Airthings App via Bluetooth and view all of your Indoor Air Quality measurement data there! You can also access your personalised dashboard online, customise the data you want to see, and have access to all of your historical measurements.
Wave Plus Features Summarized:
6 Sensors: Radon, CO2, TVOCs, Temp, Humidity & Air Pressure
Visual indicator: Red/Yellow/Green glow ring
Long battery life:
w/ Bluetooth: up to 16 months
w/ SmartLink (Airthings Hub): up to 18 months
Easy set-up: supports wall or ceiling mount, or can be placed on a table
Free mobile app: for iOS and Android
Web dashboard: online access to your data, historical measurements you can analyze and download
Wireless connection: (Bluetooth/ Airthings SmartLink, compatible with Airthings Hub)
So, what exactly does it measure?
The Wave Plus measures 6 important aspects of your air in your environment:
A harmful, odourless, and carcinogenic, natural gas that is released from the ground - leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.
VOC stands for "Volatile Organic Compounds"
Examples of VOCs include: chemical gases released from cleaning products, burning candles, cooking and even people.
Carbon dioxide - what causes that "stuffy" feeling in a room, along with headaches, lethargy, restlessness and can affect decision-making capabilities
Monitor the temperature for optimum comfort level.
Humidity refers to how dry your air is, or how much water is in the air - monitoring can help prevent mold, damage to your belongings, dry skin and allergies. Keeping your humidity levels between 30% - 60% is advised for optimal health and well-being.
Drastic changes in air pressure can cause headaches/migraines. There is also a high correlation between weather/pressure changes and how radon enters your home.