The problem of air quality is acute in large cities. Dust, exhaust fumes, harmful impurities, and just the carbon dioxide content in the air we breathe is sometimes not noticeable, but it affects human health and performance. US-based BLUEEFEEL INC has unveiled a small handheld device for comprehensive indoor air analysis on the crown-feeding platform.
The device is made in a small plastic case (88x67x46 mm) weighing 150 g and with a color TFT screen. In addition to the measured air quality readings on the screen, AirNotis communicates with the smartphone via Bluetooth and displays the parameters in the mobile app. Danger alert levels are also configured there.
Inside the case is a 2000 mAh battery that charges through a type C port in 6 hours. The battery life of the meter is one day.
The AirNotis device simultaneously measures the content in the air:
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Particulate dust (PM10/2.5/1.0)
The device was developed with the support of the Korean giant Samsung.
The cost of the device for those who supported the project will be $130 USD. Delivery to customers is scheduled for February 2023.