Indoor ait quality is not just an increasing concern for large public facilities but also people at home who want to reduce contaminants and pollutants present in the air, and IKEA is introducing an affordable VINDRIKTNING sensor to help with this. The compact air sensor has a sleek design with a color-coded system that helps to communicate its findings on PM2.5 particles indoors. These small particles in the air are the kind that can be seen with the naked eye, as well as microscopic ones that can't be detected.
The VINDRIKTNING air quality sensor indicates that the air quality is good when the light is green, it's acceptable when yellow and at an unhealthy level when red. The compact and minimalist air quality sensor costs just $11.99.