Sensivo is known for its smart control accessory for air conditioners, which allows them to be controlled via the smartphone, voice assistants and also offer automatic capabilities for switching on and off the cooling / heating in the room.
The AirQ is another product of the company, which offers a relatively low cost to turn any air conditioner into an air filter.
The sticker is affixed to the air conditioner filters, making it an air filter that kills viruses, mutations and bacteria.
This is IN-EX technology that was developed at Bar Ilan University and is also adapted to air filters in vehicles and buses.
The AirQ sticker offers a neutralization efficiency of 99.3% viruses (including corona virus) and 100% bacteria, according to the company's publications.
It is also water, moisture and heat resistant throughout the life of the product.
By the way, the life of the product requires its replacement every 3 months, with a one-year subscription costing NIS 195 ($ 60).
Aside from AirQ's passive ability to eliminate viruses, it actually knows how to work with the company's app.
This alerts when there is air pollution near the house.
In addition, it also offers to run the air conditioner on ventilation.
Users who already have a smart control accessory for the Sensivo air conditioner, save themselves the manual operation of the air conditioner, the Sensivo sensor will give the automatic command for its operation.
The app will only alert you to the need to close the windows of the house.
Sensibo launched just a few months ago the Pure, a dedicated air filter (for the full review), which works alongside its smart control accessories for air conditioners.
The AirQ is basically a competing or equivalent product, trying to appeal to audiences who do not want to spend NIS 515 ($ 160) on the Pure, which also requires a filter replacement every few months.
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