Acer Air Monitor

Your Air is Our Specialty

Monitoring the quality of air in your home
to keep your family safe.

Quantify Your Air

Simple to use, easy to understand

The air isn't the easiest thing to quantify, but we lay out the data for you to digest and understand while providing you preventative actions for you to try to bring your air quality to more comfortable levels.

Take your air in to your hands

No need to wonder how bad the air quality within your home may be - take the initiative and grab the power to do something about it with your own two hands.

6 Important Air Quality Indexes

Monitor a wide variety of statistics in the air, including temperature, humidity, CO2, TVOC, and PM2.5/10.

Responsive Lighting

Seeing is believing

Readily understood LEDs on the device let you quickly understand the situation of your air from just a quick glance.

Historical Tracking

Monitor your air,
then monitor the results

We give you the tools to proactively affect your long term health, and measure just how well those tools are working. With historical tracking, you can directly see the effects your actions are taking.

Light Sensor

Harmonizes with your daily life.

Acer Air Monitor detects the ambient lighting in the room to perfectly blend into your daily routine, waking up and going to sleep at the same time you do.

These Beings work well with others.

It's easier than ever to create your own home ecosystem of smart devices, and with IFTTT capability, you can quickly react to any situation.

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“ Alexa, ask Air Monitor how's my air quality ”

Smart Home Integration with Alexa let’s Air Monitor do more around your home.

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* Air Monitor uses a CO2 equivalent unit derived from the amount of VOCs detected in the air.

Quick Guide


Power

Voltage range/frequency: 100~240V AC, 50/60 Hz
DC output: 5V/1A

Battery

Built-in, rechargeable, non-replaceable, Lithium-Ion polymer

Connectivity

Bluetooth 4.0 LE
Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz
Note: Not compatible with hidden SSID or 5GHz WiFi networks.

LED Indicator

Breathing LED light
Breathing LED light color and Air Quality:
• Green - Good Air Quality (IAQ value : < 50)
• Yellow - Moderate Air Quality (IAQ value: 51-100)
• Orange -Unhealthy for sensitive groups Air Quality (IAQ value: 101-150)
• Red - Unhealthy Air Quality (IAQ value: 151-200)
• Purple - Very unhealthy Air Quality (IAQ value : > 200)
Battery LED indicator
• Green - Battery is fully-charged
• Red - Battery is charging
• Off - power adapter not connected
Wi-Fi indicator
• Green - Local Wi-Fi network and Acer Cloud connected
• Red - Local Wi-Fi network connected only (device can not access internet or cannot connect to the Acer Cloud)
• Off - Wi-Fi is not configured or device is disconnected from the Wi-Fi network

Software

App and Cloud Service
- Air Monitor App Support: Android 5.0 and above, iOS 9.0 and above
- Real-time and Remote air quality monitoring
- Historical Tracking for each pollutant in daily/Weekly/Monthly
- Sleep Mode, auto turn on/off Breathing LED light by detecting environmental brightness or by your time setting
- Bad air quality alert, buzzer alert for poor air quality
- Knowledge database and suggestion for improving your air quality
- Software update over the air
- Multiple language Support: English/Dutch/French/German/Italian/Spanish/Traditional Chinese
Integrated service
- IFTTT Compatible
- Amazon Alexa Compatible

Sensor

Particulate Matter
PM2.5/PM10 (μg/m³) Experimental estimation from Sensor output
Detectable Particle size > 0.7μ m
PM2.5 Range: 0 - 500 μg/m³ ;Resolution: 1.0 μg/m³
PM10 Range: 0-1000 ug/m³; Resolution: 1.0 ug/m³
TVOC
Detect Total concentration of Volatile Organic Compounds,
including Alcohols, Aldehydes, Aliphatic Hydrocarbons,
Amines, Aromatic hydrocarbons, CO, CH4, LPG, Ketones, Organic acids, etc.
Range: 125 - 3500 PPB
Resolution: 1.0 PPB
CO2 eq
CO2 indicator conversion from tVOC (Range: 450-10000 ppm, Resolution: 1 PPM
Temperature
Range: -20℃ to 80℃, Resolution: 0.1 ℃
Relative Humidity
Relative Humidity %; Range: 0 - 100%, Resolution: 1.0%
Ambient Light Sensor
Yes
Note: To get the most accurate data, please make sure the function key for your Air Monitor always faces upwards.

Operating Temperature

5°C - 40°C

Package Contents

Q&A

1. How can I unbind Acer Air Monitor?

There are two ways to disconnect the device:


1) Launch the Acer Air Monitor application and click Unbind from ‘Device Settings’.
2) Press the top function button on Acer Air Monitor for 5 sec to reset the Wi-Fi settings.

2. Do the Acer Air Monitor sensors need maintenance?

The optical glass of particulate sensor may need general cleaning every 6 months. To clean the sensor, open the front cover and gently brush with a cotton swab.


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3. How many Smartphones can connect to an Acer Air Monitor?

It depends on the device(s) under your account. There can be up to 32 devices under an account, including both Air Monitors and mobile devices.

4. What is the detection range of an Air Monitor?

We suggest placing one Acer Air Monitor every 50m2.
Larger spaces can slow the detection response depending on the air flow of your environment.

5. Why is the response time slow when I use battery mode?

When Acer Air Monitor is not connected to DC input, it works under power saving mode. The Particulate Matter sensor measures 10 seconds every 15 minutes.

If you would like to immediately measure the air quality, you can press and hold the function button at the top of the Acer Air Monitor for 1 second until hear a short tone is heard.

6. How often will I receive updates?

When the smartphone is close to Acer Air Monitor, it receives sensor data from Bluetooth and it updates every 10 sec.
When the smartphone is out of Bluetooth signal range from Acer Air Monitor, it receives sensor data from the cloud and it updates every min.

7. Do the sensors need time to ‘warm up’?

Once turned on, the TVOC sensor needs about 5 minutes to warm up, while the Particulate Matter sensor needs approximately 30 seconds.

8. What is ‘AQI’ and how is its value presented?

An Air Quality Index (AQI) is a number used by government agencies to communicate to the public how polluted the air currently is or is forecasted to become.

For the values, there are 5 different levels.

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