Radon

The Wave logs a radon reading once every hour.

The radon measurement you see in the "app overview" screen for your monitor is always a rolling 24 hour average, that updates with each hourly measurement that is taken.

In the example below, the radon reading is 24 Bq/m3, and this means 23 Bq/m3 is the average level of radon over the past 24 hours

If you click into "radon" - you can see further details of your averages over different periods of time. For example: 48hrs, 1 week, 1 month, etc...

Based on this information, it is important to note that this is why moving the device to another room for a while or ventilating for an hour will not have a huge affect on the readings. The rolling averages updates with each hourly measurement, but will still take the previous 24 hours into account for the average you see.


Temperature

Temperature is measured every hour by the Wave 1st gen, and every 5 minutes by the Wave 2nd gen.

The reading you see in your app home screen for the device is the most recent measurement of temperature taken (not an average such as radon). However, you can also choose to see average temperature figures over the last 48hrs, week, etc... by continuing to the graphs for temperature in more detail.


Humidity

Humidity is measured every hour by the Wave 1st gen, and every 5 minutes by the Wave 2nd gen.

The reading you see in your app homescreen for the device is the most recent measurement of relative humidity taken (not an average such as radon). However, you can also choose to see your average humidity levels over the last 48hrs, week, etc... by continuing to the graphs for humidity in more detail.

If you want to see your measurements in more detail, all you have to do is log in to your web dashboard, where you can find more detailed graphs and customize your data how you like it 😎

To check if you have a Wave 1st gen or 2nd gen, check out this article!

Remember! If moving your device to a new location, you should reset your device and start a new measurement. Check here for more detail.

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