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Wave: does it only work when I am within Bluetooth range?
Wave: does it only work when I am within Bluetooth range?

Understanding how to update your wave monitor measurements.

Updated over a week ago

No, your Wave monitor is always on and always measuring your indoor air quality.

The data collected by the Wave monitor is saved locally on the device, and becomes visible in the Airthings as soon as you sync your device again. Measurements are stored locally on the device itself for 80 days.

Once you sync to the app, it allows you to visualize your radon levels on your phone or tablet, and see how radon, temperature, humidity, TVOC, CO2 and air pressure has behaved over the past 3 hours, 24hrs, 1 week, 1 month, and 1 year.

In order to get the latest readings from your Wave you must be in proximity of the device, have Bluetooth turned on (For Android you also have to have location services enabled), and open the Airthings App.

Once the Wave has synced with your phone, all of the measurements that are saved on the Wave will upload to the cloud and be available for you to see in the app or from your online dashboard at

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