vAir - CO2/Dust/Temp/LUX Monitors: -3-8% and Free Shipping

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vAir - CO2/Dust/Temp/LUX Monitors: -3-8% and Free Shipping

Post by vlast3k » Friday 25 November 2016 6:30

Hi Guys,

In the past months the vAir-CO2 Monitor was upgraded with a couple new features:
- Calibration-free CO2 Sensor (CDM7160) (you no longer need fresh air each 3 days in order to keep exact values)
- Temperature/Humidity/Pressure measurement
- Dust- PM2.5/PM10

The Configuration tool now supports DomoticZ natively, have a look here
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In addition there are standalone devices to measure Temperature (+Humidity./Pressure) and Light and report it over Wifi (USB Powered still).
Until mid of January there is a promotion with free shipping and 3-8% discounts.
For more information: http://vair-monitor.com/2016/11/18/sale ... -starting/

I hope you'll enjoy the offer and the extended range of devices!

Regards, Vladimir

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Post by bwired » Friday 25 November 2016 15:28

The LUX sensors are very good and a must in my domotica system :)
and lots of protocols and interface types.
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Post by nmaster » Friday 25 November 2016 16:42

Wow ! Co2 V3 seems impressive, ordered one with options:

vThings - CO2 Monitor v3
- Temp / Humidity Sensor + Pressure
- CO2 Sensor CM1102
- Dust Sensor
- RF Connectivity (in addition to WiFi) 433 MHz

Perfect for my domoticz + RFXCOM

I'm very excited to try it out.
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Post by alexsh1 » Sunday 27 November 2016 21:54

Good news, Vladimir.

I was thinking about a Lux meter, but...the problem with Lux Meter is that it does not have the battery.
I do not have a USB socket on my window :shock:

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Re: vAir - CO2/Dust/Temp/LUX Monitors: -3-8% and Free Shipping

Post by vlast3k » Friday 06 January 2017 10:47

Hi Guys,

I just wanted to remind you that the Christmas promotion is till active (until 15.Jan (Sunday)). (Free shipping and 3-8% discount)
There are few notable improvements done in the last months:
1. Dust (PM 2.5 / PM 10) Measurement
2. Separate Modules for Temperature or Light measurement
3. Enabled the build in light sensor of the CO2 modules in the latest firmware (does not give absolute values in LUX, it is just a plain analog sensor built in into the board, but not used yet)
4. Complete WiFi configuration w/o need to install drivers.

Product line overview
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Regards, Vladimir

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Post by vlast3k » Friday 06 January 2017 10:52

alexsh1 wrote:Good news, Vladimir.

I was thinking about a Lux meter, but...the problem with Lux Meter is that it does not have the battery.
I do not have a USB socket on my window :shock:
yeah... this is really a burden, i know .. and this is also one of my dreams
it requires on hand support from the firmware, on other hand new hardware, and new enclosures
i started end of 2016 to tweak the firmware, i hope soon it will be working stable
next step is to design the next base board, my idea is to be powered either via 2 AA or 2xC or 2xD cells or 1x18650 rechargeable battery + charger in the device. Goal would be to ensure at least 6+ months w/o recharging.
I hope over the next couple of months go have more news about it

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