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Roy, UT: Many people suffer from the effects of indoor air pollution. KnightWatcher™ has developed and launched an electronic device to monitor the air quality in your homes or businesses, so you can enjoy better health and comfort. This electronic device, called iCAIR (I see air), alerts the user of indoor pollutions levels of CO2, total volatile organic compounds (VOCs), temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure. After connecting to the user’s Wi-Fi, they can monitor air quality and air quality history from any internet location 24/7. Emails or texts are sent alerting the user of high levels of any measured gas.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has investigated the significant and harmful effects that indoor air pollution can have. The EPA studies of human exposure to air pollutants indicate “that indoor levels of pollutants may be two to five times higher than outdoor levels.” Regarding this issue, Carl Belnap, president of KnightWatcher™, said: “Helping you feel better is the reason we developed the iCAIR. The iCAIR will help you decide how and when to take action.”

Uses for the iCAIR can be homes, children’s rooms, offices, hospitals or medical clinics, public buildings, or RVs. It would be helpful to also use the indoor air quality sensor in hotel rooms, vacation homes as well as basements.

KnightWatcher™ is a Utah-based high tech company focused on developing and manufacturing sensors for remote applications using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, cellular modems or long range radio as the communication method to transmit data to the user.

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