What's the point of knowing what's wrong if you don't have a path to solve the problem?
HAVEN IAQ + IFTTT allows you to automate your home’s air quality. This means triggering actions when specified levels of particles, chemicals or humidity are detected with the HAVEN Central Air Monitor.
What actions can be taken?
To get your feet wet, we have some recommendations for how to connect your smart home devices to the HAVEN IAQ IFTTT service.
Smart plugs or switches
Such as Wemo or TP Link Kasa, for turning on bathroom fans or room purifiers, fans and dehumidifiers
Smart thermostat services
Such as Honeywell or Trane iComfort, for activating your home’s forced air filter or other equipment (e.g. ERV)
Google's cloud-based apps
Such as Google Sheets or Google Calendar, for tracking when events occur & observing trends
IFTTT makes taking action simple.
- Create a free IFTTT account
- Go to HAVEN IAQ’s IFTTT profile
- Connect the services that are involved in the Applet or connection!
Example use cases
IF HAVEN IAQ detects humidity levels at 50% or higher
THEN trigger Kasa Switch
To toggle bathroom fan on
IF HAVEN IAQ detects unhealthy levels of PM2.5 (particles)
THEN set Lennox iComfort
To toggle thermostat fan on
IF HAVEN IAQ detects unhealthy levels of VOCs
THEN set Kasa Plug
To toggle room fan on & create Google Calendar event
While setting up automations that connect to the HAVEN IAQ data is a great start, we always recommend talking through your air quality issues with a professional for best results.