2. Acer Cloud connection through Wi-Fi
Logging into or creating an Acer account enables 4 more features in comparison to the Bluetooth mode.
Remote monitoring feature, allowing a mobile device to see the Air Monitor's data remotely.
The Air Monitor will upload sensor data to the Acer Cloud so a user can view historical sensor or map data in
the mobile app.
This mode also enables the use of IFTTT. If a user sets up an IFTTT applet with the Air Monitor through the
IFTTT mobile APP, the IFTTT trigger will only be enabled while connected to Acer Cloud.
The Amazon Alexa Air Monitor Skill will only work while Air Monitor is connected to the Acer Cloud.
In this mode, the total number of mobile devices and Air Monitors which can be assigned to one Acer Cloud
account is limited to 32.
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 problems, you may refer to the Help page located in our
For Wi-Fi settings, the setup procedure of Android systems and iOS systems will differ slightly.
Setting Up Android:
Your mobile phone still needs to be connected to your Air Monitor via Bluetooth Connection. After you
complete the Bluetooth connection, make sure you have Wi-Fi enabled on your mobile device.
Connect your mobile device to the same local Wi-Fi AP (Access Point) as the Air Monitor.
a. The Air Monitor only supports 2.4G Wi-Fi networks, it can NOT connect to 5G Wi-Fi networks.
b. The Air Monitor does NOT support hidden SSIDs.
Tap the Menu Icon, then tap the Device Center,