Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor | Know your air, Works with Alexa, Certified for Humans device
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- Know your air: Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor makes it easy to understand what’s in your indoor air.
- Track and measure 5 key factors: particulate matter (PM 2.5), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon monoxide (CO), humidity and temperature.
- Stay informed: get an indication of current air quality from the colour-coded LED, and an easy-to-understand air quality score in the Alexa app any time.
- Get notifications: if Alexa detects changes in air quality, you can get notifications on your phone or even announcements on Echo devices.
- Enable Routines to turn your Alexa-enabled devices such as air purifiers, dehumidifiers and heaters on and off when the indoor air quality is poor.
- Certified for Humans—smart homes for non-experts made easy. Setting up with Alexa is simple.
We Want You To Know:
Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor doesn't have a speaker or microphone, and Alexa isn't built in. For voice control, use a compatible Alexa-enabled device, like an Echo (sold separately), or the Alexa app.
For voice control, alerts and full support with Routines use any Echo device (sold separately) or the Alexa mobile app.
This device is an air quality monitor capable of registering carbon monoxide (CO) levels. It is not a substitute for a carbon monoxide alarm, and is not certified as a CO alarm or detector.
This device is designed for indoor use only.
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Know your air
Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor measures 5 important factors of air quality: particulate matter (PM 2.5), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon monoxide (CO), humidity and temperature.
Simple to set up and easy to use
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99% of this device’s packaging is made of wood-fibre-based materials from responsibly managed forests or recycled sources.
70% post-consumer recycled plastics.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Can I use this device to build Routines with other Works with Alexa devices?
Yes, you can enable a Routine with the Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor. This allows you to automate and manage compatible Works with Alexa devices, such as turning your air purifier on or off. Just download the latest version of the Alexa app to get started. We’re excited to hear from customers about how they want to use Routines with Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor.
2. Does this device detect mould?
The Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor detects elements that can contribute to or result from mould growth, including Humidity, Particulate Matter (PM 2.5) and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
3. What is Particulate Matter (PM 2.5) and what does it entail?
The Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor measures Particulate Matter that is between 0.3 µm and 2.5 µm in diameter. Particulate matter (PM 2.5) is a mixture of dust particles, dirt and liquid droplets suspended in the air. PM is reported in micrograms per cubic meter (*µg/m³). PM can be directly emitted from wind-blown dust, mould spores, pollen and wildfires. PM found indoors may include particles that have migrated from outdoor sources like pollen or dirt and have originated from indoor sources like dusting, pet dander, hoovering, burning candles, cooking, use of fireplaces or smoking.
4. What are Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and what do they entail?
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a variety of chemicals that easily evaporate into the air at room temperature. The total VOCs are reported as a relative change in intensity on a scale of 1 to 100. VOCs evaporate into the air we breathe from a wide array of sources. Common sources of VOCs in the home can range from the aroma of citrus fruits or scented candles to paints, cleaning supplies, pesticides, building materials and furnishings, office equipment such as printers, craft materials, such as glues, markers and a variety of cosmetic products.
5. Does this device detect Radon or CO2?
The Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor does not measure Carbon Dioxide (CO2) or Radon. This device detects and reports on 5 components of air quality, including: Particulate Matter (PM 2.5), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Humidity and Temperature.
6. For how long does the device calibrate after setup?
You can check your indoor air quality score in the Alexa app after the initial 7-minute calibration is completed. The device will then take up to 2 days to adjust to the surrounding environment. If you unplug your device, the device will go through the 7-minute calibration again.
7. Where can I access my indoor air quality dashboard?
You can access your indoor air quality dashboard by using the latest Alexa mobile app as well as asking your Echo Show, “Alexa, how’s the indoor air quality?” For additional assistance, you can reach our support team by selecting ‘Help & Feedback’ under the More tab of your Alexa app.
8. Where can I go for additional help?
For additional assistance, you can reach our support team by selecting ‘Help & Feedback’ under the More tab of your Alexa app.