How to Turn On Smart Assistance for Airthings Device with Google Home and Amazon Alexa

Did you know that your Airthings Wave device is uniquely optimized for both Google Assistance and Amazon Alexa? There’s now an additional way in which you can take note of your indoor air quality. It will not only enhance your accessibility but also give you a completely personalized charge of your system.

Setting up your Airthings Device with Amazon Alexa

To integrate your Airthings Wave or Wave Plus with Amazon Alexa, you need to activate certain controls. For this, simply follow these steps and you’ll be good to go:

Plugin your Alexa device and download its mobile application on your smartphone or tablet. Log in with your Amazon account or create a new ID if you don’t have one.

Once done, open the application > go to Menu > Settings > Set Up New Device. Hereafter, add the Echo device that you own. The device is in pairing mode once it turns on the blue light before going back to orange. Wait a few seconds for the process to complete successfully on the same Wi-Fi network.

Now, in the Alexa mobile app, search for Airthings Skill and enable the same. Your Airthings device is ready to operate via Amazon Alexa.

Just say out your commands or questions and the Airthings device will list your rooms, check radon levels in a particular room or do other required things.

In The States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, Amazon Alexa is available in English as well as French.

So, after activating the voice controls, Alexa will read out the updated data stored on the Airthings device. This will totally be wireless and an effortless process to know if the radon levels in your home are under the acceptable readings or not. Proper syncing is, however, necessary so you can ensure the data is available at all times and is up-to-date. Check out reviews on the best radon detectors available online including the Airthings Wave.

Setting up your Airthings Device with Google Home

Wave, Wave Mini as well as Wave Plus are now compatible with the Google Home assistant. You can ask Google about your indoor air quality or the levels of CO2 etc. and it will let you know of the most recent data recorded on the Airthings device. Setting up the devices with Google Assistant is an easy step and this what you need to do:

According to the provided instructions, set up your Google Home device first. The process is simple – you require a smartphone or a tablet, internet connectivity, Google Home application, and a Google account. Plugin the device, connect it on the same Wi-Fi as your phone, open the app, log into your account and follow the steps to pair a new Google Home device in the settings.

To now authenticate the usage of your Airthings device, command, “Hey Google/ OK Google, talk to Airthings.” Hereafter, follow the on-screen instructions on your Google Home application. Once these are done, you can command Google home with questions like, Hey Google/ OK Google list my rooms, check levels in (a particular room), check the air quality, check the radon levels or check the CO2 and more.

Voice control integration will efficiently readout results from the Airthings device and ensure that the most recent data is available for you. For this, you will have to sync the devices regularly and you’ll be surprised by what all your Airthings device can do via Google Assistant.

The Airthings Dashboard will give you access to advanced analytics. So, you can take over all your data and devices from this platform too! Hope this article was helpful for you. Let us know in the comments below if you have any further queries – we are here to help!

Author: Joshua

I am a certified radon gas measurement specialist for both air and water with an experience of more than 5 years in this field..Healthy Homes, Healthy You ! ! !

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