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Learn about Smart Air Quality Monitor

Smart Air Quality Monitor

Air quality monitors have sensors that measure a variety of air conditions in your home. Many air quality monitors can measure temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other gases, as well as particulate matter in the air. Air quality monitors can often be connected to your smart home hub or accessed via a smartphone app.

When considering what air quality monitor is best for you, it's important to understand what you are looking to monitor. Then look for simple, affordable sensors that are compatible with your smart home or provide a smartphone app if they don't include a visual display.

By knowing more about the air quality in your home, you can protect your home and family from common air-related issues that can cause headaches, fatigue, respiratory and sinus issues, dizziness, mold, and more!

The Great London Smog of 1952 brought about a great turning point in the way we think about air pollution. This led to the introduction of the Clean Air Act, where humanity began to define a change in fuel sources, energy, and how to combat the excess pollutants and toxins we introduce into the air. These types of events led to the creation of large scale environmental sensors and, eventually, affordable personal use sensors.