Integrations: Homey
Updated over a week ago

*Please note: Like our other integrations, you will need to have a Wi-Fi-enabled monitor or a Bluetooth monitor connected to a Hub for full functionality.

Homey is an easy-to-use smart home control and automation system that lets you manage your home from anywhere in the world. Using the API cloud integration, Airthings Internet-connected monitors can be used with Homey to trigger your home's other smart devices.

How to get started:

Just download the Homey app from the Apple Store or Google Play Store, and create your Homey account. Then, add your home’s internet-connected Airthings monitors and any other smart devices you have from brands like Philips, Sonos, Nuki, Dyson, and many more.

Once you've done this, you can get started with setting up your Homey Flows based on your indoor air quality data!

Can I use Homey with any Airthings smart monitor?

Yes and no. Homey Flows are triggered by real-time air quality data sent to your account in the Airthings cloud. So, you can use Homey to trigger Flows if your monitors are Internet-connected. In other words:

You CAN use Homey if you have:

  • Any View series monitor (like View Plus)

  • An Airthings Hub serving one or more Wave monitors

  • Any View monitor acting as a hub for one or more Wave monitor(s)

You CANNOT use Homey if you have:

- Wave monitors that are not connected to an Airthings hub device (View monitor or Hub)

What kind of Flows can I trigger using my Airthings air quality data?

Make it easier to manage and improve the air quality in your home by combining Airthings monitor readings’ with Homey. With the data your Airthings monitor provides, you have a multitude of useful Flows like these.

  • Receive a notification on your Sonos speakers when it’s time to air out a room.

  • Turn on your air purifier when PM or VOCs are on the rise, and turn it off when levels normalize.

  • Start your smart ceiling fan when the levels of CO2 get too high.

  • Turn on the ventilation when people are home.

  • Adjust the speed of the circulation fan based on CO2 levels or if people are home or not.

Need some help?

Support for the Homey-Airthings integration is managed by Homey - you can get in contact with support at

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