Wave in front of your device to see a visual indication of your daily radon levels. In order to get the latest readings from your Wave Mini you must be in proximity of the device, have Bluetooth turned on, and open the Airthings App. In order to get the latest readings from your Wave you must be in proximity of the device, have Bluetooth turned on, and open the Airthings App. You can track your air quality using the free Airthings Wave app for Android and iOS. Airthings Wave Plus review: A useful sensor for detecting radon but it could do with a few more sensors to deal with other issues. The mobile app brings your radon levels to your fingertips. The app communicates with your Wave via Bluetooth Low Energy, giving the Wave a battery lifetime of up to two years. I asked their customer service rep via chat but they were completely clueless. Airthings now advertises IFTTT and Alexa integration for the original $200 Wave, but not sure how that really works with only Bluetooth. In order to get the latest readings from your Wave Plus you must be in proximity of the device, have Bluetooth turned on, and open the Airthings App. In a previous post, we showed you how you could use a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B to read sensor data from the Airthings Wave over Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). The science is clear there is no “safe” level of radon exposure, and high levels over time can have perilous health effects. The Airthings Wave Plus, like the original Wave, is an exception. Make sure you always have Bluetooth enable on your phone and the … Setting Up the Airthings Smartphone App. It is simple to set up, easy to use and allows for full visibility into your short- and long-term indoor air quality levels across a single or multiple devices. Airthings Wave Plus is a smart IAQ monitor with Radon detection, including sensors for temperature, air pressure, humidity, TVOCs and CO2. Six sensors – Radon, CO 2, TVOCs, humidity, temperature, and air pressure Easy to use – Easily measure levels in any indoor environment Versatile – Created for everyone; building managers, employers, and homeowners airthings.things (assuming you have a Bluetooth bridge with the ID bluetooth:bluegiga:adapter1: bluetooth:airthings_wave_plus:adapter1:sensor1 "Airthings Wave Plus Sensor 1" (bluetooth:bluegiga:adapter1) [ address="12:34:56:78:9A:BC", refreshInterval=300 ] I guess you could have a an old phone, tablet etc in the house to bridge Wave=> Bluetooth=>App=>WiFi=>Internet=>IFTTT . Leave your Wave uninterrupted for at least 1 week to get a quality average reading for radon. The Airthings Wave Plus is the first battery-operated smart IAQ monitor with Radon detection, including sensors for temperature, air pressure, humidity, TVOCs, and CO 2.