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Acer Air Monitor User Manual


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  • Page 1 User’s Guide...
  • Page 2 First off... Congratulations on your purchase of the Acer Air Monitor. It is a first, positive step in helping you improve your quality of life. This simple device monitors the air quality within its immediate surroundings. The Air Monitor allows you to monitor five critical indicators of indoor air quality. These are: •...
  • Page 3: Package Contents

    Package contents Make sure the following items are in your package. If anything is missing, contact your authorized dealer or distributor. Note: Actual items might differ from illustrations.
  • Page 4 Connects to the power adapter connector Wi-Fi indicator Shows the wireless connection status: • Green - Local Wi-Fi network and Acer Cloud connected • Red - Local Wi-Fi network connected only (device can not access internet or cannot connect to the Acer Cloud) •...
  • Page 5: Getting Started

    Note: Air Monitor should be plugged in at all times, but it also has a built-in backup battery and can function for a limited time when power is cut off. Air Monitor should be placed in the room you want to monitor on a flat, stable surface with open air around it –...
  • Page 6: Quick Notes

    • To get the current reading, press the function button for 1 second until you hear the tone. • To get the most accurate data, please always place the Air Monitor such with the function- key facing up. • Do not cover the light sensor or place the device in the shade in order to ensure the best...
  • Page 7: Setting Up The Device

    Please follow the steps below and the instructions shown on the mobile app to setup your Air Monitor. Enable Bluetooth on your phone. Note : The Bluetooth of Air Monitor will automatically be on stand by for potential connections; you won’t need to turn on the Bluetooth manually. Launch the Air Monitor app.
  • Page 8 Note: If you have multiple Air Monitor devices, the app will list these by proximity, i.e., the closest to the furthest away. Tap Local only. You can now start setting up your Air Monitor.
  • Page 9 The Bluetooth icon in the above diagram will turn blue. If Bluetooth connection is off, the Bluetooth icon will be in grey.
  • Page 10 Please follow the steps below and the instructions shown on the mobile app to setup and connect your Air Monitor to the Acer Cloud. You will also need to carry out these steps again if you change the Wi-Fi network that your Air Monitor connects to. If you encounter any connection problem, you may refer to the Help page in our app.
  • Page 11 Tap the desired device, Tap on Config Wi-Fi AP setting. The Acer account login page will appear. If you do not have an Acer account, please register for one.
  • Page 12 Wi-Fi AP and login the device to your Acer account. The Air Monitor will connect to your local Wi-Fi AP, and then it will connect to Acer Cloud through the Wi-Fi network to sign in to your Air Monitor.
  • Page 13 When the app and device have successfully linked to your Acer account, a congratulatory screen will appear and the device’s Wi-Fi indicator will turn green.
  • Page 14: Using The Application

    You may tap specific Air Monitors if you want to view more information or change their settings. This will bring you to the screen of the specific Air Monitor you selected showing that device’s real-time indoor air quality index (IAQ), and other readings such as PM2.5, PM10, CO2eq, TVOC, humidity and temperature.
  • Page 15 Menu icon ( ) The main screen is also where you can access the different settings and options by tapping on the menu icon ( ). The following options will be available: Under Acer Air Monitor: • Device Center •...
  • Page 16: Device Center

    To access the Device Center, tap the menu icon, then tap Device Center to view a list of the all connected Air Monitor(s). You may tap a specific Air Monitor if you wish to view more information or modify settings. This screen shows the following information: Under...
  • Page 17: Product Introduction

    Login/Logout Acer account To log in or out, tap the menu icon, then tap Login Acer account to create or log in to your Acer account in order to bind your Air Monitor to your account. If you are logged in, you can also log out from this screen.
  • Page 18 Help For Help using Air Monitor, tap the menu icon, then tap Help to view helpful information regarding the device. This useful question-and-answer section gives you quick answers and solutions to the app and device usage.
  • Page 19 Understanding the Air Quality indicator The air quality indicator lights up to show the current air quality using specific defined colors for each air quality level. Refer to the table below for a quick description of these lights: Color Reading Description Green 0-50...
  • Page 20: Taking Care Of Your Device

    Taking care of your device The optical glass of the particulate matter sensor may require cleaning once every six months for optimum performance. To clean the optical glass: 2. Prepare a cotton swab. 2. Detach the front cover. 4. Use the cotton swab to clean the sensor. 4.
  • Page 21: General Safety Information

    - With anything on top of it or covering it - Inside a closet or drawer Misuse can cause burns, fire, electrocution, and other hazards. • Never clean the Air Monitor with the following: - Water or spray - A feather duster - A vacuum cleaner •...
  • Page 22: Specifications

    Specifications Power • Voltage range/frequency: 100~240V AC, 50/60 Hz • DC output: 5V/1A Battery • Built-in, rechargeable, non-replaceable, Lithium-Ion polymer Connectivity • Bluetooth 4.0 LE • Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz • This radio equipment operates with the following frequency bands and maximum radio- frequency power: •...

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