Cylinder Sensor Measures Indoor Air Quality [Video]

Cylinder Sensor Measures Indoor Air Quality [Video]

Keep your family safe from indoor air pollutants with this easy-to-use device.

Ross Brooks
  • 1 july 2013

AirBoxLab is a startup based out of Paris, France that wants to keep you safe in your home – by making sure the air you breathe is of the best possible quality.

VOC, CO2, CO, and particulate matter is circulating in the air you breathe every day. With 90% of our time spent indoors, this can be a problem, especially if the level of harmful pollutants is too high. AirBoxLab is part-app, part-sensor, combining to report on the levels of pollutants in the air – it can also monitor temperature and relative humidity.


Using charts and graphs over time, the startup also hopes to educate people about how to reduce the harmful contents of the air in their own homes. Plans are to build a shared library of information, advice and tips for protecting you and your family from air pollution.

Here’s a video that explain what exactly is in the air around you, and how the device can help make you more aware:

The startup is seeking 10,000€ (around $13,000 USD), and has so far raised just over half its goal. Pre-order pledges start at the 129€ level, which is around $168 U.S., and a discount of 40€ from the anticipated retail price.


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