Origin’s Laser Egg Smart Air Quality Monitor (Refurbished)

22,000.00

Refurbished

Origin’s Laser Egg Smart Air Quality Monitor, The original air quality monitor for particulate pollution detection.

In 2015, Origins Kaiterra released the original Laser Egg. For the first time, it gave non-scientists the ability to see the invisible, making it possible to track particulate pollution in the home. Since launching in 2015, the Laser Egg has been used by individuals, businesses, and research institutes around the world to monitor and analyze air pollution.

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Description

Meet the world’s most popular smart air quality monitor.

The Laser Egg tells you instantly and accurately what is in the air you’re breathing, so that you know whether or not you efforts to keep your environment clean and healthy are working.

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CUTE ON THE OUTSIDE…

Don’t be fooled by the Laser Egg’s adorable design, we’ve packed it with professional-grade technology typically only found in air quality monitors priced upwards of US $5000.

Origin's Laser EggREAL TIME: The Laser Egg provides air quality readings in real-time; measurements are taken every 0.1 seconds and displayed on the LCD screen. Air quality can be displayed as PM2.5 concentration, AQI (US EPA & Chinese standards), and particle count.

ON THE GO: An embedded Lithium ion battery means that you can take the Laser Egg around with you, wherever you go. The battery lasts for approximately 8 hours on a full charge. Or you can leave it at home, plugged in and recording data, 24/7.

ANYWHERE: Connect your Laser Egg to Wi-Fi to view the air quality in your home or office from afar. Monitor multiple Laser Eggs and even set alerts for when they exceed your air quality targets.

EASY INSTALLATION

No programming. No need for a PhD in air quality. No special tools. The Laser Egg is automatically calibrated and is readable on your phone when connected to Wi-Fi. Just take it out of the box and go!

LASER EGG TECHNOLOGY

The Laser Egg has a small fan that pulls ambient air in through the back of the unit and pushes it out the front. In the middle, a laser beam cuts across this air current. As particles pass through the laser beam, the beam’s light is refracted. A sensor picks up the subtle changes, and information about the size and number of particles passing through is determined through a series of algorithms.

Origin's Laser Egg Technical Specifications