The air-Q integrationIntegrations connect and integrate Home Assistant with your devices, services, and more.
[Learn more] allows integrating the sensors, provided by your air-Q device, into Home Assistant.
To add the air-Q integration to your Home Assistant instance, use this My button:
If the above My button doesn’t work, you can also perform the following steps manually:
During the configuration, the user is prompted for the IP address of the deviceA device is a model representing a physical or logical unit that contains entities. 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.
After the setup, separate entitiesAn entity represents a sensor, actor, or function in Home Assistant. Entities are used to monitor physical properties or to control other entities. An entity is usually part of a device or a service.
[Learn more] will be created for each of the sensorsSensors return information about a thing, for instance the level of water in a tank.
[Learn more], found in your deviceA device is a model representing a physical or logical unit that contains entities. .
Currently, the integration supports the following sensors:
|Sensor name||Unit of measurement|
|PM1, PM25, PM10||µg/m³|
PM1, PM25, and PM10 correspond to concentrations of particulates with diameter less than 1µm, 2.5µm, and 10µm respectively
Virus Index uses CO2 as a proxy for potential aerosol load and can be seen as an indicator of ventilation sufficiency (0 %: insufficient ventilation, 100 %: all fine).
Virtual sensors “Relative Pressure” and “Virus Index” are introduced in firmware v1.80.0 but deactivated by default. You can activate them in the air-Q mobile application under “Advanced settings”.