First off... Congratulations on your purchase of Acer Air Monitor. It is a first, positive step in helping you improve the air you breathe and your quality of life. This simple device monitors the air quality within its immediate surroundings.
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.
Red - Wi-Fi is configured. However, device is disconnected from the Wi-Fi network, and/or has a limited connection to the local Wi-Fi network (device cannot access internet or cannot connect to the Acer Cloud) Off - Wi-Fi is not configured. ...
Warming up Air Monitor: each time you power on your Acer Air Monitor, the TVOC sensor will need about 5 minutes to warm up. During this time, please put it in an area with adequate air circulation (such as near a window) to ensure accurate results.
The Bluetooth connection is for local connections between the device and your mobile phone. You will not need to sign into an Acer account to establish the connection. You can see the real time sensor data in the mobile app within the range of the Bluetooth connection.
Tap the detected Air Monitor. Note: If you have multiple Air Monitor devices, the app will list these by proximity, i.e., from the closest to the furthest away. Tap Local only. You can now start setting up your Air Monitor. The Bluetooth icon in the above diagram will turn blue.
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.
Tap settings icon on the desired device, then tap Remote monitor settings on Device Settings page. The Acer account login page will appear. If you do not have an Acer account, please register for one. After completing registration, the Air Monitor Wireless settings page will appear.
The Air Monitor will connect to your local Wi-Fi AP. It will then connect to the Acer Cloud through the Wi-Fi network to sign in to your Air Monitor. When the app and device have successfully linked to your Acer account, a congratulatory screen will appear...
Setting Up iOS: Please launch the App and Tap Setup Device Select the detected Air Monitor. (If you have multiple Air Monitor devices, the app will list these by proximity, i.e., from the closest to the furthest away.) Tap Remote Monitor Settings...
If you do not have an Acer account, please register for one and proceed to sign in Please follow the instruction listed on the Start Setup screen and then tap Get Started You will see your local Wi-Fi AP name, please enter the password and tap Connect.
Please go to your iPhone ‘s Wi-Fi setting and select your local Wi-Fi name in the list. Return to the Air Monitor app again. Your phone will now connect to the Acer Cloud through the Wi-Fi network to sign in to your Air Monitor.
This screen gives you a quick glance into the indoor air quality index (IAQ) measurement as well as the connection status to your Acer account via the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections of each Air Monitor. Icon Statuses:...
The app will also show the ambient light level. The screen will re-fresh every minute. The connection status to the device and to your Acer account will also be shown. More air quality information and suggestions will be listed on this screen as well.
Displays the MAC address and the connection status. Rename Sets a name for the device. Unbind Unbinds (disassociates) this device from the app and your Acer account. The product will be removed from the device list. The Wi-Fi settings and Bluetooth settings will be cleared. Remote monitor...
Logging into/Logging out of your Acer account To log in or out of your Acer account, 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.
Contact us For Acer contact information, tap the menu icon, and then tap Contact us. About this APP For more detailed information regarding the APP, tap the menu icon, and then tap About this APP. Note: For more information regarding the IFTTT & Amazon Alexa features, please refer to the additional manuals •...
Understanding the breathing LED light The breathing LED light 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...
To clean the optical glass: Prepare a cotton swab. Detach the front cover. Use the cotton swab to clean the sensor. Reattach the front cover. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) For frequently asked questions, please refer to our website (http://home.cloud.acer.com/airmonitor/#qaa)
General safety information Never inject gases, pollutants, or blow smoke/fumes directly towards the device. Exposure to an excess of pollutants may permanently damage the sensors. Never use the Air Monitor… - Under conditions of extreme temperature or humidity - Outdoors - Near potted plants - In a dusty environment, such as a building with ongoing renovations...
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: •...