AirVisual Node Smart Air Quality Monitor

Using its laser technology and artificial intelligence, AirVisual Node monitors real-time PM2.5 and CO2 levels and helps you create a healthier living environment. Like the idea? Let’s keep going for the smart air quality monitor.

AirVisual Node Smart Air Quality Monitor

The AirVisual Node is an advanced and versatile smart air quality monitor that measures 7.21 x 3 x 4.2 inches. As we can see from the images, the air monitor has a portable and elegant casing in white that allows to be placed anywhere in your house and blend well with your interior decoration. Of course, you can also deploy the air quality monitor outdoors under protected, shaded areas.

AirVisual Node Smart Air Quality Monitor

The smart air monitor features built-in particle and CO2 sensors plus advanced laser technology and artificial intelligence in order to monitor PM2.5, PM10, and CO2 levels in indoor or outdoor environment. Furthermore, the AirVisual Node comes equipped with a 5-inch LED wide screen that displays all info about the air you breathe with its intuitive user interface, and built-in WiFi connectivity allows the air quality monitor to wirelessly connect with your smartphone. When your air becomes unhealthy, the AirVisual Node will send an alert to the phone.

AirVisual Node Smart Air Quality Monitor

Moreover, using cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence, the smart air monitor delivers you predictive analytics, and in addition to monitoring air pollution, the AirVisual Node measures temperature and humidity, which makes sure you’re healthy and comfortable.

The AirVisual Node has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $139 USD to preorder the smart air quality monitor. It will be shipped in April this year. BTW, also don’t miss the portable air pollution monitor and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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