KINGMAX launches AirQ Check air quality monitoring mobile device

Posted on Jun 1 2016 - 3:17pm by Upgrade Staff

KINGMAX launched the AirQ Check Air Quality Monitoring Mobile Device, a portable device that allows users to check air quality around them anytime, anywhere. When inserted to a smartphone, it connects to an app and instantly detects TVOC and CO2 concentrations and tells whether they exceed health limits.

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These days, a lot of talk is happening about PM2.5, the carcinogenic fine dust in the air. But not only is outdoor air quality poor, indoor air quality may also be harmful as a result of new paint, upholstery, furniture, poor ventilation and kitchen fumes. As noses cannot detect many of the harmful substances in the air around us, technology enters the picture to help.

The AirQ Check displays three types of feedback: a green light for good air quality, yellow for ordinary, and red for hazardous. The AirQ Check also detects UV values, humidity, and temperature to give the user a full picture of the air they’re breathing.

AirQ Check comes in silver-grey and rose gold. It has a metal frame and matte coating.  The device does not rub on a battery, as the AirQ Check connects to a smartphone through a common MicroUSB.

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