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...
We recommend the ideal measurement is for at least 30 days in one location, due to the nature of radon and its fluctuations. If you initially see high levels when you first set up your monitor, don't worry, the monitor is calibrating and initial readings should not be considered when it comes to taking mitigation action.
If you move your device to another location, we recommend resetting your device and starting a new measurement so the data collected is accurate for the radon exposure in that particular area.
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 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!