By considering the air pollution which was increasing day-by-day across the globe and there are many air purifiers are available in the market. Into the list, the company Acer also joined by announcing its new Acer Air Monitor. It is the smart device which detects the air quality in the real time.
Acer Air Monitor lets you monitor the air quality indicators through its companion mobile application. The smart device comes with IFTTT integration to trigger the actions based on the air quality inside your premises. Acer Air Monitor commenced to arrive in selected markets, and the prices of the device have not announced yet.
According to the reports, the Asus Air Monitor uses a variety of sensors to track the six key quality indicators which include PM 2.5, PM10, carbon dioxide, TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Compounds) and humidity. The data collected can be observed and viewed using the mobile app wherein you can also send alerts via push notifications if the quality indicators crossed predefined limits.
The Acer Air Monitor designed with simple and sleek base frame that mounted with the LED light and changes the colours based on the air quality. The embedded sensor integrates ambient light and turns the LED off to prevent the user from distracting the slumber.
The company claims that the Acer Air Monitor comes with third-party IFTTT integration that lets you send the actions when the air quality changes. That means you can trigger IFTTT to blow the Air Monitor at full speed if the air quality crosses the respective marks above the significant parameter. This can also be done using Acer supported smartphone apps.
The General Manager of IOB, Acer Cloud Technology Wayne Ma said, “In realisation of our vision of the IOB (Internet of Beings), an IoT-based on intelligence, we’re excited to introduce the Acer Air Monitor to the market. Research from the US and EU [Europe] both show that people on average spend about 90% of their time indoors at home, at work and everywhere in between. And we would like to allow people with actionable information to make better life choices.”