As a part of setup experience, you can check the current conditions in your space now and see how Awair Glow can work for you. You will test and learn how to understand your current air quality level and the Awair Score.
Awair Glow measures Temperature, Humidity, CO2, and Chemicals (VOCs). It then analyzes their aggregate levels to determine air quality and assign an Awair Score on a 0 to 100 color-coded scale. 0 being poor air quality and 100 being awesome.
The graph of the four dots on both the device and app represent the four sensors. They are, in order: Temperature, Humidity, CO2, and Chemicals (VOCs). The goal is to have only the green dots and avoid any red or orange ones. Fewer dots mean the air is healthier. The bar graph doesn’t represent up and down of temperature and humidity changes.
The three color-coded states can be seen on both the device and the app. It communicates with you like a stop light. Green is for Good, yellow for Fair and red for Poor.
The current state is shown on both the device and the app. The Awair Score and colors communicate like a stop light. Green is for Good, yellow for Fair and red for Poor.