lüft™

Monitor Your Air, Protect Your Health

Plug-in, Long-Term Indoor Air Quality and Radon Survey Monitor

lüft™ is the first plug-in, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitor to not only measure Chemicals (tVOC), Carbon Dioxide equivalent (eCO2), Temperature, Barometric Pressure, and Humidity, but also Radon. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer of non-smokers causing an estimated 20,000 deaths in the US alone, every year! lüft's reliable, accurate detector technology is based on SunRADON’s proven suite of professional Radon monitors.

  • Compact, plug-in device fits into any standard wall outlet
  • Easy to use, customizable Mobile App’s
  • Access your home's Indoor-Air-Quality data from anywhere and anytime
  • Modern, unassuming design fits within the style of any home, office, school, assisted living or nursing facility
  • Connects to existing Wi-Fi router, no batteries to replace, no screwing into the wall
  • Built-in Bluetooth for device setup and as Wi-Fi backup
  • Dual functions as Nightlight with custom colors, timing, and brightness
  • Designed and Manufactured in the USA
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$249.00

1032000-0Z

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What is Radon?

Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas that you cannot see or smell. Radon is normally found at very low levels outdoors but can accumulate in the air in homes and other buildings. Breathing in elevated levels of Radon over long periods can lead to health issues, including lung cancer. In fact, Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers, according to the EPA.

Why a long-term Radon monitor?

Radon levels fluctuate based on your home’s ventilation, airflow, weather conditions, and seasons. Furthermore, changes or deterioration of the foundation, windows, isolation, and vapor barriers, to name a few, can impact Radon levels. Therefore, long-term, continuous Radon level monitoring will provide the peace of mind even post Radon inspection and mitigation.

What are tVOC's?

A Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) is defined as any compound containing carbon that can be readily vaporized, except methane. VOC's, measured in totality of its mixed gases or tVOC, are released into indoor environments from cleaning and disinfecting products, paints, wood preservatives, carpeting, building materials, aerosols, insect repellents, microbial growth, and a host of other sources.

Why monitoring tVOC's?

At elevated levels, VOC's can cause eye, nose, and throat irritation; headaches, loss of coordination, nausea; damage to liver, kidney, and central nervous system. Some organics (such as Benzene) are suspected or known to cause cancer. Key signs or symptoms associated with exposure to elevated levels of VOC's include eye infections and irritation, nose and throat discomfort, headache, allergic skin reaction, shortness of breath, signs of poisoning, nausea, vomiting, nose bleeding, fatigue, and dizziness.

What are CO2 equivalents?

Carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalents, or short eCO2, are derived from the measurements of the mixed gases, tVOC's, and describe the quality of indoor air in equivalent units of CO2. Traditionally indoor air quality is limited to the measurement of temperature, humidity, and carbon dioxide alone. eCO2, however, follows increasing CO2 levels but also contains information about additional harmful mixed gases and odorous events, while a CO2 sensor detects just the exhaled CO2 from the room’s occupants.

Why SunRADON's lüft™?

Our home monitor is uniquely designed to continuously measure the quality of the air you breathe by measuring Radon as well as dangerous Chemicals (tVOC's), Carbon Dioxide equivalents (eCO2), Temperature, Humidity, and Pressure - to ensure the air you and your family breathe is healthy.

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Specifications

Radon Detector

Classification: Long-Term Radon Monitor
Detector Type: Solid State Photodiode Detector
Detector Design: Passive Airflow Diffusion
Range: 0 - 9999 pCi/l
Resolution: 0.1 pCi/l
Background: 0.5 pCi/l
Uncertainty (1 sigma): 10 % (7 days @ 4 pCi/l)
Measurement Units: pCi/l or Bq/m3

Temperature

Range: 40-105 F
Resolution: 1 F
Uncertainty (1 sigma): 2%
Measurement Units: F or C

Relative Humidity

Range: 10-95%
Resolution: 1 %
Uncertainty (1 sigma): 2 %
Measurement Units: % (rH)

Chemicals (tVOC)

Type: MOS
Range: 0 - 1187 ppb
Resolution: 1 ppb (parts per billion)
Measured Mixed Gases: Alcohols, Aldehydes, Ketones, Organic Acids, Amines, Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Carbon Dioxide (eCO2)

Type: MOS
Range: 400 - 8192 ppm
Resolution: 1 ppm (parts per million)
Measured Mixed Gases: CO2 equivalent derived from tVOC

Data Storage & Test Interval

Interval (recorded): 1 hour
Interval (ad-hoc): 6 min
Data Storage on Device: 1 year hourly + 3 years daily
Data Storage in Cloud: Unlimited hourly

General

Dimensions & Weight: 111 x 58 x 43 mm, 129 gram
Input Ratings: 120VAC, 60Hz, 70mA
Connectivity: Bluetooth Low Energy, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi
Compliance: FCC 47CFR Part15 (B), ICES-003 Ed.6, EU 2015/863
Safety Certification : Intertek 5016613 (UL 61010-1)
Environment: INDOOR USE ONLY

Key Mobile App Features

Supported Platforms: Android and iOS
Dashboard: 6 Sensor Status Display
Trendchart: Day, Week, Month, Year
Notifications: Push Notifications or E-mail
Customization:
Outdoor Conditions:
Temperature Synchronization:
Data Sharing:
Nightlight (programmable) :
Firmware Update (Wi-Fi):