Atmotube PRO – Monitors the Quality and Safety of the Air You Breathe
Wearable, portable device that monitors the quality and safety of the air you breathe.
Atmotube PRO detects PM1, PM2.5, and PM10 pollutants, like dust, pollen, soot, and mold, plus a wide range of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). All in real-time!
Atmotube PRO also measures atmospheric pressure, temperature, and humidity, and helps you to stay in the most comfortable and safe environment.
One device with Many options
Unlike other air quality trackers that are meant only for measuring outdoor or indoor air quality, Atmotube PRO is a perfect fit for both. Clip it to your bag or backpack to take with you or leave it on a table at your home or office and get real-time information about the air around you.
Designed to fit your lifestyle
Stylish, lightweight, with long-lasting battery life. Atmotube PRO is made to fit a dynamic urban lifestyle and become an everyday smart accessory.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the VOCs?
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids. In fact, they may be emitted by a wide array of products, including paints and lacquers, paint strippers, cleaning supplies, household products such as varnishes and wax, cleaning and disinfecting, products, building materials (plywood and particleboard) and furnishings, office equipment such as copiers and printers, glues and adhesives. VOCs can cause eye, nose, and throat irritation as well as headaches, loss of coordination, and nausea. They may also cause damage to the liver, kidney, and central nervous system. Some are suspected or known to cause cancer.
What are the PMs?
Particulate Matter (PM), also known as soot, is made of microscopic solid particles or liquid droplets that are either emitted directly into the air or formed by pollutants that combine in the atmosphere. PM is usually measured in three size ranges, which are the most harmful to health: PM10, PM2.5, and PM1
PM10 or coarse dust particles refer to particles with a diameter less than or equal to 10 microns in size. They are about 30 times smaller than the width of a human hair and are small enough to evade our defensive nose hairs and get inhaled into our lungs. Sources of this PM10 include crushing/grinding operations, and dust stirred up by vehicles. Pollen, mold, and plant and insect particles are also considered PM10. Finally, the evaporation of sea spray can also produce large particles in coastal areas.
Dangerous level: 125 μg/m³ (microgram per cubic meter) or more.
PM2.5 or fine particles are 2.5 micrometers in diameter or smaller. Fine particles are produced from all types of combustion, including motor vehicles, power plants, residential wood burning, wildfires, agricultural burning, and some industrial processes. While PM10 ends up in your lungs, PM2.5 is more dangerous as it can transfer from your lungs into your bloodstream. From your bloodstream, it can it end up anywhere in your body, thereby making it “the invisible killer”.
Dangerous level: 90 μg/m³ or more.
PM1 – particulate matter with a diameter smaller than 1 micron – is a major subset of PM2.5. These are extremely fine particles that are even more likely to reach deeper into the respiratory system than PM2.5. PM1 is the by-product of emissions from factories, vehicular pollution, construction activities, and road dust. It is not dispersed and stays suspended in the air that you breathe.
Dangerous level: 61 μg/m³ or more.
What is Air Quality Score?
Atmotube detects a very wide range of harmful gases, toxins, and volatile organic compounds as well as PM. For your convenience, we created an accumulative parameter called Air Quality Score (AQS) that can instantly give you an understanding of the quality of air around. AQS changes from 0 (severely polluted air) to 100 (very clean) points. There’s a LED on the front of the Atmotube. What does each color mean? The LED color represents the current Air Quality Score. (Red – severely polluted, Orange – very polluted, Yellow – polluted, Green – moderate, Blue – good).
Is Atmotube waterproof?
Atmotube design is meant to provide good airflow for the sensors inside, so it can’t be waterproof at the same time. Please do not put it in water. What is the operating temperature of Atmotube? Recommended operating temperature for Atmotube sensors is from -5°C to +50°C.
How is Atmotube calibrated?
Each sensor will be pre-calibrated. Sensors have sophisticated embedded algorithms to perform automatic calibration over time.
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Quick Start Guide