This integration allows integrating the sensors, provided by your air-Q device, into Home Assistant.


Adding air-Q to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:

During the configuration, the user is prompted for the IP address of the device or the first 5 characters of the serial number, as well as the device password.

For this integration to communicate with the device, both must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.


Currently, the integration supports the following sensors:

Sensor name Unit of measurement
Ammonia µg/m³
Chlorine µg/m³
CO mg/m³
CO2 ppm
Dew Point °C
Ethanol µg/m³
Formaldehyde µg/m³
H2S µg/m³
Health Index %
Humidity (relative) %
Absolute Humidity g/m³
Hydrogen µg/m³
Methane %
N2O µg/m³
NO µg/m³
NO2 µg/m³
Ozone µg/m³
Oxygen µg/m³
Performance Index %
PM1, PM25, PM10[^pm] µg/m³
Pressure hPa
Relative Pressure hPa
Propane %
SO2 µg/m³
Noise dBa
Noise (Maxumum) dBa
Radon Bq/m³
Temperature °C
VOC ppb
VOC (Industrial) ppb

PM1, PM25, and PM10 correspond to concentrations of particulates with diameter less than 1µm, 2.5µm, and 10µm respectively

After the setup, separate entities will be created for each of the aforementioned sensors, found in your device.