MSRP: $150.00
Chowmain LTD
30 days
Version: 20240327
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Airthings offers indoor air quality solutions designed to empower individuals and businesses to monitor and improve their indoor environments.
Airthings' products are designed to be easy to use and install, and they provide real-time data and insights to help users make informed decisions about their indoor air quality.
These devices track key air quality metrics such as radon levels, CO2, humidity, temperature, VOCs (volatile organic compounds), and more.
Airthings' technology enables users to gain real-time insights into their indoor air quality, helping to identify potential health risks and optimize living and working conditions.


Integration of the following Airthings devices:

    • View Plus
      • Radon
      • PM 2.5
      • CO2
      • Humidity
      • Temperature
      • TVOC
      • Pressure
    • Wave Mini
      • Humidity
      • Temperature
      • TVOC
      • Mold
    • Wave Radon
      • Temperature
      • Humidity
      • Radon
  • Graphical UI for viewing live device data on Control4 touchscreens and mobile applications with description of health risks
  • Temperature and Humidity bindings available for the Control4 Temperature Display (OS 2.10+) driver
  • Ability to login to the Airthings Dashboard to view history from the Control4 app / Touchscreens via the driver's Webview
  • Variables for all available data from each device
  • Events for various levels allow automation of air purification and ventilation.
  • Automatic Push and Email Notifications for all available measurements (requires 4sight) warns customers of potentially hazardous health risks.


Why is this product so exciting?
This product allows a home owner to monitor and automate air quality in their home including radon, PM2.5, CO2, Humidity, Temperature, TVOC, Mold and Pressure.
Measurements are exposed to Control4 and allow Control4 to automate purification and ventilation of the home.

What hardware will this work on?
The following devices are currently supported:

  • View Plus
  • Wave Mini
  • Wave Gen2
Do you offer any other cool drivers?
Control4 is a major part of our business. We develop new drivers all the time. You can see all of our drivers on our website ( Sign up to our newsletter to get notified when new drivers are released.

I want to try this driver out before buying it?
All Chowmain drivers for Control4 come with a 90 day trial.

Why do I need to login to the Airthings Dashboard every time I open the webview?
The Airthings Dashboard requires a login to access the data. This is a security feature of the Airthings Dashboard. Control4's UI doesn't keep a history of browsing activity for webview drivers. As a result any authentication data is lost when the webview is closed.

What is Radon?
Radon is an invisible gas formed in the Earth’s crust. It surrounds every one of us as part of the air we breathe.
High levels over long periods of time are the issue. By monitoring radon long term, you can be alerted when levels are high and make small changes to improve the air you breathe.

What are VOCs?
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a combination of gases and odors emitted from many different toxins and chemicals found in everyday products such as, candles, fragrances, cooking fumes, new furniture, cleaning products, paints and varnishes.

What is PM2.5?
PM2.5 refers to atmospheric particulate matter (PM) that have a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometers, which is about 3% the diameter of a human hair. Commonly found in smoke and haze, these particles can be inhaled and cause serious health issues.

What is CO2?
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a colorless, odorless gas that is a by-product of combustion. It is a natural component of air, but when levels are too high, it can cause health problems.

What is Mold?
Mold is a microscopic fungus that helps nature decompose dead organic material. Both mold and mildew are different types of fungus, but mold is usually shades of black, blue, red, and green, whereas mildew is white.

What is Pressure?
Atmospheric pressure is commonly measured with a barometer and is an indicator of weather.
In a barometer, a column of mercury in a glass tube rises or falls as the weight of the atmosphere changes.
Meteorologists describe the atmospheric pressure by how high the mercury rises.
When a low-pressure system moves into an area, it usually leads to cloudiness, wind, and precipitation. High-pressure systems usually lead to fair, calm weather.


Version 20240327 - 27-MAR-2024

  • Added fahrenheit values to the webview
  • Improved polling for data

Version 20240318 - 18 March 2024

  • Initial Release