The Foobot is a smart device that helps you take control of your indoor air quality.
Helps you regulate the danger in the air that cause allergies, spread sickness, and that impair your health over time.
It also helps you set the right temperature and humidity to help you preventing holds, germs and pollution. Using high-tech sensors and algorithms, recognizes indoor air patterns.
By getting to know your habits and the usual sources of your pollution, it provides timely warnings and notifications specific to the needs of your home and family, so you can take care of existing problems and prevent others.
Industrial design : ABS Glossy and rubber finish
H: 172mm; D: 71mm; W:475g
Connectivity : Wi-Fi 802.1 1 B / G / N
Security: Open / WEP / WPA / WPA2 Personal.
Store data every 5 min to cloud. On demand instant measurements.
User interaction : Gesture (turn upside down, tap, tc.)
IOS (iPhone / iPad) ; Android.
Colored LED light output
Special Instructions :
Foobot’s sensors need 6 days to “warm-up”:
When you take Foobot out of its box, there’s a mini plastic foil wrapped around the sensors. It takes up to 6 days to the device to remove it.
Expect accurate readings after 6 days.
Don’t benchmark Foobot against other products before this period is over. It wouldn’t be accurate nor fair.
There is no CO2 sensor within Foobot:
CO2 reading on the app is calculated from VOC readings
Though we believe the CO2 reading is interesting, you can expect a significant discrepancy between the CO2 calculation and values from a top-end CO2 meter.
According to experts (NASA), CO2 mostly is a proxy for human occupation.Therefore, having a suitable sensor for particulates and VOCs is actually more important to indoor air quality.