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The World's Premier IAQ Monitors

Wave Plus

Six Sensors

Airborne chemicals and odors (TVOCs), radon, CO2, humidity, temperature, and air pressure

 

Wave

Simply wave in front of the device for an indication of the air quality: green - good; yellow - warning; and red - danger.

Batteries

2 AA batteries in the box, with estimated 16-month battery life.

Apps

Android, iOS, and online dashboard

Wireless

Connect when in-range with your phone over Bluetooth 5

Connectivity

Bluetooth 5 or use Airthings SmartLink with the Airthings Hub.

Wave

Design

Looks fantastic in a wide variety of living spaces​

Accurate

Tracks levels over long periods allowing for more accuracy than traditional methods

Graphs

2 day, 1 week, 1 month, or 1 year at-a-glance graphs on your app

No Lab Fees

Take control of your radon levels with no lab tests needed, ever!

Wave Mini

Sensors

Airborne chemicals and odors (TVOCs), temperature, and humidity

 

Visual indicator

Simply wave in front of the device for an indication of the air quality: green - good; yellow - warning; and red - danger.

Battery operated

Three AA batteries are included with a 2-year lifetime

Integrations

Create custom alerts or integrate with other smart home products with Google Assistant and IFTTT

What is IAQ?

IAQ encompasses six elements:

Radon - An odorless, invisible radioactive gas, radon seeps in through structural foundations and can accumulate to dangerously high levels. The leading cause of lung cancer amongst never-smokers, radon leads to 15% of all lung-cancer deaths worldwide.

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - VOCs are gases and odors from various toxins and chemicals found in everyday products. VOCs can cause serious health problems in the short and long terms, from eye, nose, and throat irritations to liver and kidney damage or cancer.

CO2 - A greenhouse gas that is natural and harmless in small quantities, CO2 can negatively affect productivity and sleep as levels rise. In fact, high CO2 levels can cause drowsiness, restlessness, headaches, increased heart rate and blood pressure, and sweating.

Humidity - Too much or too little humidity can affect allergies and cold or flu symptoms greatly. High humidity levels can cause mold and rot, while low levels increase susceptibility to colds and respiratory illnesses, including the coronavirus.  

Pressure - Elevation and weather patterns lead to changes in atmospheric pressure and can cause discomfort, such as headaches and sluggishness.

Temperature - Indoor temperatures affect productivity, mood, and comfort levels, as well as sleep patterns.

Why monitor IAQ?

IAQ is crucial to people's health and decision-making abilities. From day cares and schools to office buildings and more, you can reap notable Return on Investment (ROI) by optimizing your IAQ:

  1. Optimize heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) costs.

  2. Minimize VOCs and radon exposure.

  3. Boost productivity and health.

  4. Enhance competitiveness.

  5. Decrease absentee rate.