The first step to improving the air we breathe is knowing what we breathe, where it comes from and how it can be improved.
Find the perfect balance between clean and fresh air by tracking invisible threats both indoors and out
Discover sources of air pollution by quickly comparing indoor air quality with outdoor data from your nearest monitoring station
Plan ahead with the air quality and weather forecast to optimize health and comfort during outdoor activities
Breathe healthy air wherever you go by following the Node's quick fix tips, learned from your environment and habits
Set rules online to automatically manage air quality through your smart home devices.
Cutting-edge laser technology counts microscopic PM2.5 particles in the air. Airflow control fans provide stable, reliable readings and improved durability.
The AirVisual Node is the most accurate low-cost consumer device. Auto-calibration components instantly consider factors like temperature, humidity and outlying data points.
Cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence provide the best predictive analytics on your small device.
PM2.5 are tiny particles that damage your throat and lungs. This pollutant is particularly dangerous as its small size allows particles to directly enter your bloodstream from your lungs.
High CO2 levels mean you need fresh air. Stagnant air has less oxygen, and more bacteria, mold, and other harmful fumes.
Make sure your environment is comfortable, as well as healthy.
Dry air contributes to irritated sinuses, sore throat, itchy eyes and skin aging. Meanwhile, overly humid environments can bring about biological air pollutants such as dust mites and mold.
See your indoor air quality next to outdoor readings from the nearest official monitoring station.
Plan ahead to minimize pollution exposure and discomfort outdoors. We'll keep you informed with air quality and weather data up to 3 days in advance.
Receive notifications when air quality fails to meet standards. Smart integration allows you to control smart home devices with action-based rules.
We take all of your air quality data into account so you don't have to. The Node learns from your indoor and outdoor environments to provide you the most productive and cost effective recommendations.
Atlanta Healthcare AirVisual air quality monitor is an air pollution monitor that uses a high precision laser to count particles in the air, which is then processed with a unique algorithm to calibrate for external factors such as temperature, humidity, and outliers. The air quality monitor showcases live AQI readings of both indoor air and outdoor air.
The AirVisual Node detects PM2.5 particles in the air using a particulate matter sensor. The light scattering laser sensor for PM2.5 measurements throws a laser light beam onto particles, and this light is then irradiated in all directions from these particles (scattering). A light detector (or 'photometer detector') then measure all of this scattered light, and from this, the sensor can calculate the concentration of particles within the chamber. In this way, the sensor is able to detect near microscopic particles ranging from 0.3μm to 2.5μm. The sensor in the AirVisual Node also has a small fan to ensure a constant flow of air through the measuring chamber. Each reading reported from the sensor is calibrated by a special algorithm which takes into account external temperature and humidity values.
The CO2 levels are detected using a carbon-di-oxide sensor, which is an infrared gas sensor. The components of the sensor include an infrared source, light tube, an interference filter and an infrared detector.
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