Nanoenvi IAQ

The Nanoenvi® IAQ device enables continuous monitoring of indoor pollution parameters so that building managers/owners can make decisions to improve people’s health and welfare.


Real Sensors

Nanoenvi IAQ data come only from real sensors, not from equivalent computing based on indirect variables. When Naneonvi IAQ says CO2 ppms, they are real CO2 ppms from a real NDIR CO2 sensor. There are not equivalent values given by any obscure algorithm, based on VOCs or any other external variable.

Cloud Free

At Nanoenvi, we believe that users should be able to choose if they want a cloud or an on-premise solution. Cloud should not be mandatory if users want to be the only one owners of their data. No-cloud solution also ensure that, if internet connection goes down or Nanoenvi IAQ is discontinued (in a very far future) their devices will not become a beautiful brick.

Privacy is another relevant issue with cloud-based solutions. Big data analytics on air quality data in buildings or facilities can easily infer their utilization patterns, allowing to know when there are not occupied, which are their cleaning routines, etc.

Nanoenvi IAQ provides end users with the full software solution for data acquisition, storage and exploitation with no extra costs, so they can deploy and host the full solution in their IT infrastructure (anything equal or greater than a Raspberry PI should work) or integrate it with third party platforms or applications.

Experts in Air Quality

At ENVIRA, we were developing air quality monitoring solutions for a wide range of use cases, from Public Administrations to Heavy Industry, since 1984. Nanoenvi solutions not only inform users with aseptic data metrics in terms of ppms, concentrations or gr/m3.
Configuration packages for any use case (offices, workshops, gyms, swimming pools, asthma, etc.) can be downloaded and installed into any Nanoenvi IAQ device, so it will be able to explain the raw data, by applying the regulations and best practices for the selected application.

Nobody expects that dust level threshold for red lights activation, should be the same inside a marble cutting shop, a kindergarten, an urban SPA or a restaurant’s kitchen.

Thresholds, warnings, alerts, data and any other provided information can ever be contextualized for the real use case where Nanoenvi IAQ devices are deployed.

Made in EU

Nanoenvi IAQ devices are designed, manufactured and assembled in EU.


ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 55 is the American Standard that establishes the ranges of environmental conditions to achieve the optimal thermal comfort inside buildings. The Standard is assessed by subjective evaluation and defines the best indoor temperature for user satisfaction ranges between 20 to 22ºC (68 to 72 ºF).
Barometric pressure affects to dew point and water condensation and is also related to the air flows causing bacteria, dust and other airborne pollutants.
If air pressure in the room is lower than outside, contamination from the room does not flow out into surrounding areas. Otherwise, higher pressure inside a room, will keep out pollutants.
A high relative humidity decreases sweating effectiveness in its body temperature control function, so more sweat is produced is temperature goes high, generating discomfort and sultriness. A low relative humidity cause dryness and itching.
Optimal comfort is achieved with a relative humidity in the 30-60% range.
Carbon Monoxide is a silent killer. It cannot be sawn or smelled. CO are in the air whenever fuel or other carbon-based materials are bunt. CO can cause dizziness, headaches, vomits and finally death. Event at low levels, long term exposition to CO can cause chronical hearth diseases and/or EPOC.
New-borns, infants, pregnant women, elderly and people affected with respiratory diseases are the top-risk profiles.
Vehicles, gas stoves, barbecues, generators and poorly maintained ventilation equipment are the most common CO sources at indoor locations.
Breathing becomes more difficult as carbon dioxide levels rise, causing tiredness and making harder to get focused. Rest and sleep quality are also affected by CO2.
In closed areas, high levels of carbon dioxide can lead to health complaints such as headaches.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are usual components in many building materials such as plywood, glues, paintings and personal care products (perfume, hair-sprays, lacquer, burnishes, etc.). Other VOC sources are burning gases, wood or tobacco.
Exposure to VOCs can cause eye, nose and throat irritation, shortness of breath, headaches, fatigue, nausea, dizziness and skin problems. Higher concentrations may cause irritation of the lungs, as well as damage to the liver, kidney, or central nervous system. Long-term exposure may also cause damage to the liver, kidneys or central nervous system.
People affected with asthma are more exposed to VOCs effects.
PM2.5 (particles less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter) can penetrate deeply into the lung, irritate and corrode the alveolar wall, and consequently impair lung function. PM2.5 may therefore be capable of carrying various toxic stuffs, passing through the filtration of nose hair, reaching the end of the respiratory tract with airflow and accumulate there by diffusion, damaging other parts of the body through air exchange in the lungs.
The elderly and those with pre-existing cardiopulmonary problems are more exposed to PM2.5 effects.
Exposure to high concentrations of PM10 can result in health impacts ranging from coughing and wheezing to asthma attacks and bronchitis to high blood pressure, heart attack, strokes and premature death.
The young and old and persons with existing medical conditions are most likely to be adversely affected by exposure to high PM10 concentrations.


There are two connectivity options for Nanoenvi IAQ devices: WiFi or LoRa. Both options are designed for easy installation and configuration while providing end users with open APIs to integrate IAQ devices into 3rd party platforms and applications.

Remember that, due to our #CloudFree politics, APIs are ever provided at device level, so your applications interoperate directly with Nanoenvi IAQ devices, without a mandatory cloud proxy. Of course, cloud APIs are also available…if you decide to go up to the clouds.
WiFi – Communications
Nanoenvi IAQ – WiFi can be connected to 802.11 WiFi networks through any conventional 2.4GHz WiFi Router.

At application level, IAQ WiFi devices, are fully interoperable through MQTT protocol. For more information about WiFi version interoperability, check the Nanoenvi IAQ – MQTT Interoperability Manual.
LoRaWAN - Communications
Nanoenvi IAQ – LoRA can be connected to LoRa LPWAN networks (EU and US versions available) using LoRaWAN protocol.

At application level, IAQ LoRa devices, use a proprietary protocol based on LoRaWAN. For more information about LoRa version interoperability, check the Nanoenvi IAQ – LoRaWan Interoperability Manual.



Carbon Monoxide (CO)

0-5.000 ppm, ±10ppm error.

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)

0-60.000 ppb

Particulate Matter (PM1.5, PM2.5, PM4, PM10)

4 KB0-100 μg/m3 (±10 μg/m3), 100 – 1.000 (±10 %)

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

0-40.000 ppm (±30ppm + 3%MV)


-40ºC – 70ºC,±(0.4 C + 0.023 × (T C] 25 C))


0 – 100%, ±3 %

Barometric Pressure

50 to 115 kPa, ±1 kPa accuracy


Barometric Pressure





Real time data communication - WiFi

Real time data communication – LoRaWan

Configuration and callback

Available settings

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Wall module

Nanoenvi IAQ -Wall Mounted devices are encased into a slim case and are equipped with rear fixings to facilitate its anchoring to the wall.

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Desktop module

Nanoenvi IAQ Desktop will be the next member of Nanoenvi IAQ family for domestic environments. Coming next.

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