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Smart Air Monitor Instruction Manual

Introducing the Stove Fan Company Smart Air Monitor, your intelligent companion for monitoring your home’s air quality. 

The monitor has been specifically designed so that it can detect various environmental parameters, to help and improve safer and cleaner air around not just your home, but the working environment too by alerting you, via your phone and the device. 

As well as monitoring temperature and humidity, which could affect the quality of sleep or concentration, the device can also detect levels of…

Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5) refers to tiny particles or droplets in the air that are 2.5 micrometres or smaller in diameter – these particles are about 30 times smaller than the width of a human hair. They can be found in dust, smoke and pollen, all of which can be harmful to those with asthma or allergies. 

Formaldehyde is a colourless, strong-smelling gas that can be found in items such as plywood, jigsaw mats, furniture, and even some cosmetics. They can be very harmful if exposed at high levels, more so in women who are pregnant. 

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a group of organic chemicals that evaporate into the air and play a significant role in air pollution. They can be found in solvents, most candles, cleaning products, most aerosols and paints, and can have both short-term and long-term health effects.

CO2 Levels (Carbon Dioxide Levels) refer to the concentration of carbon dioxide gas (not to be mixed up with carbon monoxide) in the air, which is considerably more dangerous if the room or area is not properly ventilated, for example, a combination of people and pets in a room, open fires and the materials that are placed within a fire.

To stay safe and healthy, it’s important to ensure good ventilation within enclosed spaces. This means letting fresh air in and allowing carbon dioxide to escape. Open windows and doors, use fans and make sure ventilation systems are working properly. If you ever feel dizzy or have difficulty breathing in a confined area, it’s crucial to get to fresh air immediately.

Packing List


Smart Air Monitor

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Instruction for use

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USB Power Supply Cord

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Working Temperature




Working Voltage




Working Current








Power Supply Mode




Communication Protocol

Smart Life

Smart Life






Shell Material








Range (Formaldehyde)




Range (Temperature)




Range (Humidity)




Range (PM2.5)




Range (CO2)




Range (VOC)




Getting Started

  • Place the device midway between the height of the ceiling and the floor e.g. a bookshelf or table. Failure to follow this could result in a false temperature reading as warm air rises.

  • Use areas that avoid natural light sources, direct sunlight, heat and any fumes that may interfere with the Monitor, such as paint.

  • Scan the QR code provided by the Smart Life APP.

  • After installation and registration, log in to the APP.

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Power Up The Air Monitor

  • Use the provided USB cable to power up the Smart Air Monitor.

  • After powering on the device, if the red light does not flash, press and hold the black reset button at the bottom of the Air Monitor for 5 seconds, then release it to reset the device.

Connect To The Smart Life App

  • Open the Smart Life app on your mobile device and click the “+” in the upper right corner.

  • Find the sensor category and select “Air Sensor.” It’s also handy and will save time connecting smart devices such as air conditioners, fans, air purifiers, and humidifiers through this section of the app, also. 

  • Choose the network you wish to use and ensure that the indicator light of the Air Monitor is flashing quickly in blue.

  • Click “Next” to pair your Wi-Fi with the monitor and enter its password. 

  • The app will show a screen that shows the phone and monitor are connecting, along with a progress bar.

  • Once the progress bar reaches 100%, it will take you to a section that will show data from the sensor and the monitor will be added to the App’s home screen (tap the white arrow in the top left corner to do this).

  • Here you should also add the location of where your device will mainly sit. To do this, tap Home > My home (top left) > Home Management > My Home > Room Management – there you can add a location. 

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Set Up Automation:

  • Click the “+” or “scene” to begin.
  • Set conditions by choosing “device status changes” and selecting the Air Monitor.

  • Choose the trigger condition from the available air environment parameters, such as PM2.5, VOC, temperature, and humidity.

  • Configure the automation settings according to your preferences, by sliding to or typing a preferred value.

  • Tap the “+” adjacent “then” to provide tasks and choose a preferred method to handle the task.

  • Once complete, click save, name your Scene and confirm you wish to start using it.

  • To edit or delete “automation”, tap “scene” at the bottom of the home screen > tap the three dots above > manage > tap the red icon and confirm.

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Congratulations! Your Smart Air Monitor is now set up and ready to provide you with valuable information about your home’s air quality while offering automation features to enhance your living environment. If you have any further questions or need assistance, please consult the user manual or contact our customer support.

Avoid placing the Air Monitor close to large quantities of paint, areas with intense air circulation, or environments with high concentrations of organic gasses for extended periods, as this may result in sensor damage.

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