IKEA’s new smart sensor could be the key to making your home healthier

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IKEA has expanded its smart home range with a new sensor that can detect indoor air pollutants to make your home significantly healthier.

Vindstryka’s new air quality sensor measures a type of “particulate matter” known as PM2.5, which is invisible to the naked eye and can pass through your lungs and into your bloodstream. At home, these respirable particles are usually produced by cooking, candles, some types of heating, and tobacco smoke.

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