As the level of smog increases, government authorities will issue warnings to stay indoors as much as possible. Because any negative impact on health is real. Think about respiratory diseases. For example, asthma or chronic bronchitis. Or cardiovascular disease. These diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide. In winter, the pollution level inside the house can be very serious. In a pandemic-like situation, it may even be life-threatening. The indoor air quality tester can detect indoor air quality. The only way to stay healthy is to regularly measure indoor air quality and reduce pollution levels.
Gone are the days of bulky (heavy) air pollution monitors (although they are still widely used in industry). In the era of the Internet of Things, monitoring air quality is really a breeze. Many consumer IoT products for air quality monitoring are characterized by portability and convenience, OLED displays, and connectivity to smartphone applications. For ease of use. They should continue to run for many days after a single charge.
Jingxunchang’s air quality detector series equipment is an award-winning gadget. It can measure radioactive radon levels from sources such as cleaning products, furniture, and paint. Carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds. It also breaks down volatile organic compounds into various sources, such as formaldehyde (used in children’s toys) and benzene. It is one of the best products on the market. Used to track gaseous pollutants inside the home.
In this article, we introduced how to improve the air quality of smart homes through the latest IoT devices. All the above products have been launched this year. And it may become a well-known indoor air quality monitoring IoT device.