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How to understand air quality data

Once you’ve connected your Laser Egg to your Kaiterra app, you’ll be able to view real-time air quality readings from your device, as well as access trends and historical data. Review this guide to better understand your air quality data:

Overview

Get a glimpse of two real-time AQI readings: your local air quality station at the top and your Laser Egg(s) at the bottom. Compare your indoor and outdoor air quality, and see if your pollution-fighting efforts are effective.

                                             

Trends

Here you can get a more detailed overview of your readings to help you better understand and analyze air quality patterns inside your home. Color-coded graphs help you understand your air quality (green for good, yellow for moderate, orange for unhealthy if sensitive, red for very unhealthy, violet for very unhealthy, and purple for hazardous).

                                               


Here you can get a more detailed overview of your readings to help you better understand and analyze air quality patterns inside your home. Color-coded graphs help you understand your air quality (green for good, yellow for moderate, orange for unhealthy if sensitive, red for very unhealthy, violet for very unhealthy, and purple for hazardous). 

 

 

 Range

 Color

Good

 0-50

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Moderate

 50-100

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Unhealthy for Sensitive  Groups

 100-150

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Unhealthy

 150-200

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Very Unhealthy

 200-300

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Hazardous

 300-500

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Tap through each air quality parameter to review your trends by minute, hour, and day. For Laser Egg users, you can tap through AQI, PM2.5, Temperature, and Humidity. For Laser Egg 2+ users, you can tap through Overall Index, PM2.5, TVOC, and Temperature. You can export your data by date range in the Settings section for further analysis.