Govee launches air quality monitor for smart homes

  • November 15, 2022
  • William Payne

Smart home technology developer Govee has launched its first Smart Air Quality Monitor. The product tracks temperature, humidity, and fine particulate matter (PM 2.5), and is complemented by other Govee Smart Home products, including the Govee Home app.

The monitor updates every two seconds to ensure the current state of the air is reported. The Govee Smart Air Quality Monitor can be used in conjunction with the Govee Smart Air Purifier (13.6 inches), Govee Smart Air Purifier (11 inches), Govee Smart Humidifier, and Govee Smart Space Heater.

When the Govee smart appliances work in unison with the monitor, users can set a target temperature and humidity via the Govee Home app. From there, all connected appliances will turn on automatically, allowing the monitor to detect the current indoor temperature and humidity, and adjust it based on the requested settings. In addition, when the smart monitor detects the room has reached the preferred setting, the connected appliances will run at a low power level to stabilize temperature and humidity–ultimately saving energy for users.