RSS Plus 


$199.00 USD

The RSS Plus is designed for customers who need to know the levels of particulate matter (1-10 microns) in a room. Designed and manufactured by iSeeAir, LLC, a division of Design Criteria, Inc., a more than 2 decades old business, it is one of the most advanced systems for warning people of hazardous indoor air pollutants on the market.


You can rely on iSeeAir products to be accurate, rugged, and unobtrusive.     

Pollen is one of the most common causes of allergies. It is a very fine powder or dust produced by plants such as trees, flowers, grasses, and weeds. Because pollen can be hard to keep tack of with the naked eye, we developed the RSS Plus so that you can keep a digital eye on the fine pollen dust or other particles. Use the RSS Plus to monitor pollens so you can take action.

What Makes the RSS Plus Different From the RSS? 

The RSS Plus adds an additional sensor that measures and reports the levels of very fine and extremely small (1-10 microns small) particulate matter in your indoor area. This is in addition to the sensors that are in the standard RSS.


With the RSS Plus you get to view graphs, gauges, and thermometers of real time and historic levels of CO2, TVOCs, temperature, and humidity through your IAQM (indoor air quality monitor) subscription secure website. You will also get readings on levels of micron particulate matter, both real time and historic. Your IAQ is the only air quality you can control and it all starts with one of the iSeeAir products informing you of what levels you are currently at, allowing you to take action towards clean air. Just plug the RSS Plus into an electrical outlet or any optional power bank. Follow the easy to install instructions that comes with the RSS Plus and let it go to work for you. When you want to check on the IAQ levels all you have to do is log onto you subscribed IAQM secure website and check out all of the information you are looking for with a 30 day history.  

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With the RSS Plus you will be able to create a plan for remediation of poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).