When a baby’s sleep is disrupted it might be caused by a noisy environment that adults aren’t even aware of. With the Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor, parents can check and compare family sleeping time data history to understand how to manage sound pollution.
The Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor monitors your indoor acoustic and helps you create a healthier home environment. Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor measures and provides information about noise and offers you advice for your room.
The Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor records the average sound level (in dB) over a 5-minute period and thus measures the acoustic comfort.
Did you know?
- The human ear cannot generally distinguish sounds under 30 dB.
- Prolonged exposure to sounds above 65 dB reduces your concentration.
- In many countries, continuous exposure to a sound source during a day of work is limited to 85 dB.
- Above 95 dB, sounds can be dangerous for your hearing over prolonged
periods of exposure.