Sensibo Pro

Manage your home's climate & monitor indoor air quality

  • Control your AC with your phone

  • Save money on energy bills

  • Breathe safer air & increase comfort

Find out what's in your air.

Indoor air can be up to 5x more polluted than outdoor air



Detect & monitor high

concentrations of CO₂



Get alerted to high levels of

organic compounds



Maintain the perfect




Stop the spread of
mold & viruses


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Control your air conditioner form anywhere with your mobile phone or desktop app.

Compatible with all major voice assistants (Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Apple Siri)

Air PRO works PureBoost to activate your AC fan when air quality is poor in order to circulate air

Integrates seamlessly with Apple HomeKit for an optimal smart home experience.

Monitor indoor air quality levels from your phone and get alerted to rising levels of pollutants.

Monitor your homes levels of CO2 & TVOC in your air and take action to protect yourself and loved ones.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Air PRO employs an air quality sensor that is capable of detecting levels of TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Compounds) and CO₂ (Carbon Dioxide) in your air.
The Air PRO gives you all of the smart AC functionality as the Sensibo Air but provides you with live air quality readings that alert you to pollution levels in your home.
PureBoost technology is unique to Sensibo devices. It allows our smart controllers to communicate. When pollution is detected the Sensibo Air PRO activates your Shield protected AC fan or your Sensibo Pure air purifier to filter your air.
The Air PRO is capable of detecting TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Compounds), CO₂ & Ethanol. Additionally the Air PRO will tell you what the concentration of each pollutant is in your air as well as a status of your indoor air quality.
CO₂ is a byproduct of breathing, and on its own is a harmless gas. But when we spend too much time in poorly ventilated rooms CO₂ levels can reach levels that cause neurological side effects. Primarily these side effects are things like recurring headaches, loss of focus, fatigue and in serious cases even fainting. Removing CO₂ from your air is extremely easy. Studies show that opening a window for 10 minutes is enough to replenish your living space with fresh air and reduce concentrations of CO₂ and TVOC.