Professional air quality sensor for indoor & outdoor use
The invisible dangers of air quality
The air inside and outside your home is invisible. Even when it is dangerous. Breathing polluted air can lead to serious health issues, especially in children and adults with respiratory and health issues.
Know what you breathe
AirLink accurately measures particulate matter for PM1, PM2.5, and PM10 to give you easy-to-understand graphs and color-coded Air Quality Index (AQI) readings based on inhalable particles that are small enough to penetrate deep into the lungs and enter the bloodstream.
Versatile mounting options
Place AirLink on a desk or countertop, or mount on a wall inside or outside. Outdoor housing provides protection.
Global air quality indices
Choose from a growing list including US, Canada, Mexico, China, EU, UK, Australia, India, and South Korea.
Connect to the WeatherLink Cloud
Uploads to the WeatherLink Cloud. See your current AQI and other air quality data on your phone or computer.
Pair with a weather station
Use multiple AirLinks as stand-alone sensors or easily merge with your Davis weather station.
Easily connect AirLink to your Wi-Fi network to send data to the Davis Cloud.
Additional weather data
Temperature, humidity, dew point, heat index, and wet bulb -- all updated every minute.
Welcome to the smart home
Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Home.
Know when particulate matter in the air like pollen, dust, or smoke from nearby wildfires make it wise to stay inside.
Monitor the air in the nursery, the playroom, the bedroom, and the kitchen – wherever your family sleeps, plays, or breathes.
Who needs to know the air quality?
Parents and Educators
The lungs of children are still developing, and their activity level is high. Every breath matters, whether they are running through the house, outside on the soccer field, or asleep in their bedrooms.
Anyone with Asthma
Asthma, bronchitis, and other respiratory illnesses can be triggered by slightly unhealthy air quality. Keeping track of inside and outside air quality lets you plan your activities without worry of an asthma attack.
More and more people find themselves living or working in areas that are plagued by wildfires. Soot, smoke, and ash can affect people and animals for many miles beyond an active fire. Know how a fire, even miles away, is affecting your air quality.
Pollen, pet dander, or other invisible, but powerful, allergens can make a beautiful day into a miserable one. Keeping track of air quality inside and outside your home keeps allergy sufferers prepared.
Living in the city means breathing air that is shared by cars, trucks, and industry. That means that air might negatively affect your own health and the health of those you love.
Higher levels of inhalable particulate matter in the air an expectant mother breathes is tied to adverse pregnancy outcomes. Make sure your newest family member is developing with all the advantages you can provide.
Many seniors have diagnosed or undiagnosed heart or lung diseases that are exacerbated by poor quality air. Ensure the air breathed by the seniors you love is not actually shortening their lives.
Outdoor exercisers and athletes
When we exercise, we breathe deeper, faster, and more through our mouths. If there is a dangerous level of particles in the air, more of those particles are inhaled and end up deeper in our respiratory tract.
Indoor exercisers and workers
Many homes, gyms, and workplaces are so well sealed that fresh air never gets inside. Knowing the quality of indoor air keeps working out, or just working, safer for everyone.
Dogs and cats add so much to our lives – including allergens to the air we breathe. They, and other pets like birds, fish, and reptiles can also be affected by poor air quality. Keep everyone in your family breathing safely, regardless of species.
Your employees may work with aerosols, paints, or machinery that creates dust; or in closed spaces with office machinery like copiers. Knowing the air is safe to breathe leads to better productivity and a healthier workforce.
Anyone who breathes
Since the air we breathe is invisible, you can’t see when it is unsafe for our families, workers, pets, and livestock. But AirLink can see the danger and will let you know when to take action to keep those you care about safe.