Measure & monitor air quality
The 7-in-1 solution for indoor air quality measurements
...easier than ever before!
Air quality monitoring with 7 sensors
The quality of the air we breathe every day always plays a role, both in connection with our well-being, our mental strength, and our mental and physical health.
Indoors, we usually not only spend the majority of our time, but have also chosen them as our well-being and / or relaxation areas.
This is also true in offices, where we do concentrated and creative work. In order to recognise whether they are making the best use of their opportunities, the EdiGreen Home helps you to keep an eye on the quality of your indoor air at all times. EdiGreen Home offers a simple and intuitive LED display that allows you to always keep an eye on your air quality.
Through the EdiGreen Home app, you can keep track of 7 sensor ranges PM2.5, PM10, CO2, TVOC, HCHO, temperature and humidity sensors at all times, allowing you to react quickly and individually to restore your air quality.
Advantages of measuring devices for monitoring air quality
Sensors from the Edigreen Home air measuring device
Fine particulate matter (PM2.5)
These microscopic airborne particles, up to 2.5 micrometres in size, float in the air we breathe. This category includes smoke, bacteria and allergens.
Fine particulate matter (PM10)
These larger microscopic particles, up to 10 microns in size, are suspended in the air. This category includes dust, mould and pollen.
CO2 (carbon dioxide) is part of the air we breathe. In higher concentrations, CO2 can become dangerous. Knowing the CO2 concentration helps to react to air circulation problems and provide better air quality.
The term TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Compound) or VOC refers to thousands of volatile organic compounds whose composition is constantly changing. They come from paints, perfumes, furniture, cleaning products, and many building materials in your home.
Formaldehyde (HCHO) is used in the manufacture of furniture and household products. Over time, it can outgas from these boards and pollutes the indoor air.
Temperatur- und Luftfeuchtigkeitssensor
Humidity is always related to the room temperature. The properties of water change with the temperature. Depending on the temperature, the air can only absorb a certain amount of moisture. Air that is too dry or too humid can be harmful to health and buildings in the long run - because there is a risk of mould.