The cair system

cair collects information about the air quality in your home and sends this data to the cloud, where it is analysed and processed.

Using the app you can then view air quality information on your smartphone as well as track asthma or allergy issues if they occur.

cair is packed with sensors that gather information about the air in your home

Features

Large Particles

Dust, ash, large bacteria, and dense oil smoke are some of the other examples of coarse particles .

Fine Particles

Fine particles cover a range of pollutants, from allergens (pet dander, dust mite droppings etc.), dense smoke, fine dust and some bacterial spores.

VOC’s

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are chemicals which easily evaporate, quickly spreading and becoming suspended in the air.

Temperature

Temperature plays a key role in maintaining a comfortable and healthy environment.

Humidity

Maintaining a low humidity level can be helpful to people who suffer from asthma and allergies, as both dust mites and moulds favour damper environments.

Devices
Devices

The Cair App

Users interact with the sensor via the app and the cair cloud system. The app is designed to make important features as easy as possible to use.

Log Event

The log event button lets users log an allergy or asthma issues with minimal button presses – this is what helps train the system to deliver personalised alerts.

Alerts

The app will notify you whenever air quality becomes generally bad or of elements of air quality which you are sensitive to.

Dashboard

From here you can get a quick overview of the air in your home. Air quality information from each sensor is displayed as a number in a colour coded widget. If you want to learn more about what’s happening over time you can access historical air quality data on the app which is stored online.

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The cair system

cair collects information about the air quality in your home and sends this data to the cloud, via your home router, where it is analysed and processed.

Using the cair app you can then view air quality information on your smartphone as well as track poor indoor air related issues if they occur.

cair is packed with sensors that gather information about the air in your home

Features

Large Particles

Dust, ash, large bacteria, and dense oil smoke are some of the other examples of lagrge (coarse) particles .

Fine Particles

Small (fine) particles cover a range of pollutants, from allergens (pet dander, dust mite droppings etc.), dense smoke, fine dust and some bacterial spores.

VOC’s

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are chemicals which easily evaporate, quickly spreading and becoming suspended in the air.

Temperature

Temperature plays a key role in maintaining a comfortable and healthy environment.

Humidity

Maintaining a low humidity level can be helpful to people who suffer from asthma and allergies, as both dust mites and moulds favour damper environments.

Devices
Devices

The Cair App

Users interact with the sensor via the app and the cair cloud system. The app is designed to make important features as easy as possible to use.

Log Data

The log Data button is where users log an air-related issues with minimal button presses – this is what helps train the system to deliver personalised alerts.

Alerts

The app will notify you whenever air quality becomes generally bad or of elements of air quality which you are sensitive to.

Dashboard

From here you can get a quick overview of the air in your home. Air quality information from each sensor is displayed as a number in a colour coded widget. If you want to learn more about what’s happening over time you can access historical air quality data on the app which is stored online.

Where to buy?
  • Online:
Need Support
  • Tech Specs
  • FAQ's
  • cair app
  • Optimal Levels
  • Recommendations