Sensors

Indoor air pollution can be as bad or even worse than outdoor air pollution. In order to determine your indoor air quality, Pavan recommends these air quality sensors.

 
 
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Kaiterra

Kaiterra launched their first air pollutant sensor, the Laser Egg, in 2015. Their second sensor, the Laser Egg 2.0, was released last year, with increased functionality such as weather forecasting, TVOC (a carcinogen) detection, and integration with Apple HomeKit and in the near future, IFTTT. The sensor measures particles that are between 0.3 and 10 microns, and gives readings. Kaiterra’s sensors have been incredibly successful given their accuracy and accessibility, and are a great option for you to monitor pollution within your home. It might be a good investment in your health as sometimes indoor pollution can be far worse than outdoor pollution.


Kaiterra currently has two different sensors aside from the sold out Laser Egg (2015). The Laser Egg 2/2+ (2017), retail for Rs. 8,470 and Rs. 12,995 respectively.

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Dylos

A true Laser Particle Counter with 2 size ranges - small (bacteria, mold, etc) large (pollen, etc.)  

DC1100 features technology and engineering that allows monitoring of indoor air quality with an LCD screen that provides small and large particle counts with a dynamic bar graph showing actual count reading. Multiple modes including minute, hour, day and monitor to evaluate your air quality and store up to 30 days of air quality history for review. 

DC1100 Pro has all the features of the standard DC1100 but with increased lower sensitivity - detecting particles down to 0.5 micron. The large particle size range is calibrated to 2.5 microns and above.

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