With the Honeywell Air Quality Monitor (HAQ) you can quickly and effectively determine what is in the air you breathe.
In addition of displaying the individual measured values, an index is calculated from the measured values for simplification, which briefly and concisely represents the air quality between 0 and 100%. The practical, compact device evaluates the air quality according to 6 measured factors:
Carbon dioxide pollution (CO2)
Particulate matter (PM2.5)
These are air particles with a diameter of 0.1 to 2.5 micrometers - that is 3% of the diameter of a human hair. These can be soot, combustion by-products, fossil fuel smoke, cigarette smoke, dust, allergens such as pollen and mold.
Colorless, flammable and strongly smelling gas, which is released into the air by "outgassing". The outgassing comes from pressed wood, chipboard and plywood products, wall insulation, new furniture, glue, adhesive products, etc.
TVOC (total volatile organic compounds)
So the total amount of all emitted gases with short or long-term health effects. They come from a variety of everyday objects such as paints and varnishes, wax and cosmetics, cleaning and hobby products and are even created during cooking. In closed rooms such as in the house or office, these gases accumulate and pollute our fresh air.
With a distinctive, award-winning design, the HAQ is slim and portable.
There is a micro USB port on the back of the device, which supplies the device with built-in battery. This means that the Honeywell Air Quality Monitor can be used stationary as well as mobile.