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Air quality monitor w/ radon and particle sensor (PM2.5)
Tracks radon, PM2.5, CO2, chemicals, temp and humidity and pollen
Levels fluctuate making long term continuous monitoring critical
The most advanced air quality tech. 9 out of 10 people in the world breathe unsafe air according to WHO guidelines. With View Plus, you can keep your family safe from air pollutants: radon, particulate matter (PM), carbon dioxide (CO2), humidity, temperature, airborne chemicals (VOCs), and air pressure.When there is so much that is out of your control-pollution, asthma, allergies, wildfire, virus-you have more control than you think when it comes to indoor air quality with View Plus. View series products are: battery operated or use USB plug; wireless and WiFi-connected; work as a hub; include a customizable display; connected to an app (iOS/Android) and online dashboard with full data and reporting.RADON ACTION MONTH: $1 from the sale of Airthings devices will be donated to the American Lung Association (*Total donation of $30,000 by November 20, 2023. The American Lung Association does not endorse any product, device or service)
ALL-IN-ONE AIR QUALITY MONITOR: The most advanced indoor air quality monitor measuring particulate matter (PM2.5), carbon dioxide (CO2), radon, VOC (airborne chemicals), humidity, temperature, air pressure and pollen levels.
ACCURATE RADON DETECTOR: Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers and kills more than 6x the number of people than home fires and carbon monoxide poisoning combined
EXPAND YOUR AIRTHINGS ECOSYSTEM: View Plus acts as a hub and enables you to expand your Airthings ecosystem of devices (purchased separately) for multi-room monitoring.
EASY TO USE: View your data anytime, anywhere, with the free Airthings App (iOS/Android) and online dashboard with graphs, notifications and insights
CONTINUOUS & LONG TERM MONITORING: Long-term monitoring is crucial to take control, understand long-term exposure to radon and air pollutants and minimize potential health effects
SMART HOME INTEGRATION: Airthings View Plus works seamlessly with Alexa, Google Assistant and IFTTT (if this then that)
CALM TECH DISPLAY: Customizable display and wave function for more insights into your air quality.
WHAT YOU GET IN THE BOX: Airthings View Plus, 6 AA Batteries, Quick Start Guide, USB Cable
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Questions & Answers
Q:Is it able to detect if someone is vaping or smoking pot?
by|Jan 27, 2023
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A: Vaping or smoking will be picked up as both VOCs and possibly PMs. However, the monitor does not differentiate the vape/smoke from other sources of VOCs.
by|Jan 27, 2023
Q:Where is this product made??
by|Jan 22, 2023
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A: Our monitors are designed in Norway and made in Tunisia.
by|Jan 23, 2023
Q:Can this operate on 5ghz WiFi?
by|Jan 14, 2023
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A: At the moment, the View Plus can only work over 2.4Ghz
by|Jan 16, 2023
Q:Is this certified by any third party for accuracy and or conformance with industry standards?
by|Jan 5, 2023
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A: Our radon sensor has been tested by independent labs around the world, and we obtain a Calibration Certification from the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection on an annual basis
by|Jan 5, 2023
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Nov 12, 2022
Airthings View Plus Battery Operated Complete Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor with PM2.5, CO2 and Radon
Radon shouldn’t be taken lightly; if you live in an area where Radon is possible, your home should be tested. When I was building houses, we installed Radon mitigation during construction when it is easier and cheaper.
Although, I test our house for Radon occasionally, I ordered this unit for continuous Radon testing, plus it also monitors for CO2, dust/smoke particles, organic fumes, humidity, temperature, and air pressure. Accuracy seems good for what I can verify - humidity, temp, air pressure. Smart phone alarm functions, through the APP, alerts me to small deviations in these measurements and tracks them over time. I have noticed that the Radon numbers change suddenly up and down requiring long-term averaging to get a true Radon level.
Setting up the unit and installing the APP are easy enough and following the calibration period, it’s monitoring your home’s air quality.
I don't spend a lot of time in our basement and we are in an area that is prone to Radon gas. I've had the house tested but this was able to allow me to monitor overall air quality in the basement. It's been interesting to watch the various air quality indexes over time. When we get out our seasonal decorations we see an increase in particulates from us stirring up the dust. The app was easy to install and connect
The Airthings View Plus monitors radon, particulates, carbon dioxide, humidity, temperature, VOCs and barometric pressure. This gives a full pictures of the air quality in a room and lets you see how each reading can be affected by others. Wave a hand in front of it for a quick look at air quality with an LED color and display. The app lets you track data for up to a year for an average reading. Wifi connection allows it to upload data even when your phone isn't available for bluetooth. When plugged in it acts as a hub for other Airthings bluetooth devices. The cord is included but not a power adapter. It takes about a week for sensors to calibrate and give an accurate reading. After 30 days you get a good average of the air quality.
The brand Airthings has created a brilliant product. Their View Plus indoor air quality monitor is easy to use and very helpful for knowing what is in the air we are breathing. This monitor works even better when paired with the Airthings app which is very easy to set up and learn. It is battery operated and can be powered by the included USB cable. The monitor tracks radon, particulate matter, carbon dioxide, humidity, temperature, airborne chemicals, and air pressure.
We recently had wildfires impart our community. The View Plus allowed us to track the PM/particular matter we were breathing. Normally, our home’s PM is below 5, but during the smokiest days, we were over 40 PMs indoors. That showed us the need to add new house filters and run filtered fans which dropped the PMs to 16 and then 11, even when outside that number was over 100! Great product and super happy with it!
With broad air quality testing comes peace of mind
The Airthings View Plus air quality monitoring device links to an app on your phone, which displays indoor room readings for radon, PM2.5, CO2, humidity, temperature, VOC, and pressure. It is quite amazing to watch the CO2 levels rise and fall depending on how many people are in the room. Likewise, monitoring VOC levels and PM2.5 levels, and seeing that they are in the Green zone, provides assurance that the air is not full of toxic contaminants. Because we are concerned about indoor air quality, we do not use scented candles, air freshener sprays, scented oils, or fragrance dispensers. But we do burn unscented candles, and it is nice to confirm that these are no problem. This handy device is stationed in the kitchen/breakfast room/family room part of our home, where we spend lots of time, and I am happy to have an app to verify that the air quality is good. In addition, without using the app, if you wave your hand in front of the device, it will display an overall assessment of the air quality in the room (e.g., GOOD). So anyone can waive a hand in front of it, and make sure that the overall quality is good, or address an issue. The packaging is excellent and the instructions are easy to follow. I appreciate this device, and I am grateful to the people who created it and made it so easy to use.
The Airthings View Plus Battery Operated Complete Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor with PM2.5, CO2 and Radon provides a Great Opportunity to Monitor your indoor Air Quality! In the box, comes mounting instructions as well as operation instructions. A variety of air quality items are monitored. I have had this monitor device 3 weeks now and after the required 7-day calibration, it reports Good Air Quality! One evening while watching TV with 3 adults and 2 dogs, I got an alert on my phone that the CO2 levels were higher than normal. I turned on the ceiling fan to circulate the air and the warning eventually cleared. You install the Airthings Smart Phone App and connect this monitor to your home wireless network. You can check all the monitored levels for air quality from the smart phone app. This is a very nice monitor and I definitely do recommend this product.
I haven’t had the Airthings monitor for long enough to calibrate radon, but the rest of the measures are working automatically.
There is minimal setup of the device itself. To unlock all of its features, download the accompanying app (in app stores). The app will also give you alerts when any measured levels exceed safe range.
The device itself can mount to your wall with double sided tape or nails screws (assuming they fit in the slots you can see in the third picture). Also, it can run on double A batteries (included) or USB-C. Using actual batteries is a nice feature if you are using it somewhere without access to an electrical outlet, but it does use 6 of them. It doesn’t seem to burn through batteries, so you won’t need to keep a ridiculous amount on hand. I haven’t had it long enough to report how well the batteries last. The screen does not have graphics other than numbers and units in black and draws very little power so, in theory, it should last a long time.
I can’t think of anything negative to mention about it. That being said, I’ve done no research on the competition so I can’t really say how it compares to other options. I’m also not certain of the accuracy of some of the measures as it is the only device in the house measuring some of these things.
The one area I could see improvement is in how it is mounted / affixed to the wall. It comes with strips of 3M double sided tape and, isn’t overly heavy, but is a tad bulky and the batteries add weight. I haven’t yet tried mounting it to the wall.
Lastly, not all the features are available on the unit. The app controls some of the settings and unlocks it’s full potential so if you are looking for a stand alone monitor versus a “smart” one, this may not be the ticket for you.
This was exactly what I was looking for-an accurate all-in-one sensor
I wanted an all-in-one sensor that measured CO2 among other things. This measures temperature, humidity, pressure, CO2, particles in the air, and radon. I have a vented dryer, and a gas cook top, plus a wood stove. My house is very tight; I have been concerned about CO2. Although my alarms do not go off, I wanted a real-time measurement. This does what I want. There is an app to see what is what on the status screen. The app alerts you on your phone when there is an issue. It keeps a history of readings. It does alert me regularly when I cook but I expected that. I am very pleased with this product and I can relax a bit because I know now what is going on with the air quality of my home. it has convinced me to get an air exchanger for the house. The sensor is small enough that it is unobtrusive. It is white so it fits in anywhere. It is not thick nor bulky. The sensor's appearance shows thought was put into it. I am thankful I have it. I feel safer especially now that winter is coming and I will have my woodstove on. It makes 100% sense to have this. If that is not enough, think of your family. Be sure your home is safe for them. This is battery-powered but it can run on the included usb cable.
This monitor answers the questions you might have about the air quaility in your house. I have a sealed basement(very little air coming in). After a week in my basement,I now know there is radon that buildup there. Radon is a cancer causing gas! I now am developing a plan to add fresh air by opening a window and diffuse the radon. Ny upstairs is OK on radon , but has some elevated levels of CO2 and toxic particles! This is a great tool for anyone who is concerned about indoor pollution!
The Airthings View Plus Indoor Air Quality Monitor came with 6 AA batteries installed, a USB-C power cable for external power, and adhesive strips for wall mounting. The back plate comes off to change the batteries or to mount it on a wall. There are three power options. When running on battery I can choose to connect every 10 minutes for an 8 month battery life, or every 60 minutes for a 2 year battery life. When the USB cable is plugged into power it syncs every 2.5 minutes. When it syncs the display blanks out and flashes a few time to let you know it happened. Setup requires intalling the Airthings app and creating an account. Everything went smoothly to get it connected to my wi-fi network.
The unit will continuously display 2 settings that I can chose. Waving my hand in front of it switches to the second screen that shows an air quality indication and which sensor is out of range, if any. The quality thresholds are preset and are not user settable. I had difficulty figuring out how to change which two readings were displayed on the first screen, and finally found the setting after logging into my account on the AirThings web site using my desktop browser.
There are a number of good things about this product - I like the web interface so I can see the dashboard when using my PC. I like that it continuously graphs data and the graphs can be viewed for varying time intervals - 12hr, 48hr, week, month, year, or custom. The sensor readings seem accurate.
I can set the app to be notified if selected values go out of the preset good range.
The only thing I'm not so happy with is the text size on the unit itself. I can only read it from about 8' away and it looks like there's plenty of room on the display to make the text larger. For now it's easy to just pull up the app on my iPhone to see the values.