Adust Air Quality Indicator Sensitivity

Airmega AP-1216L

The air quality sensor is set to standard sensitivity when the product is shipped out. If the pollution level stays at the highest level after 2 hours of operation or remains at the lowest level for more than 1 hour when the air does not seem clean, users can adjust the sensitivity of the air quality sensor as follows.

*If not pressing the sensitivity enter button for more than 10 seconds, the sensitivity will automatically apply to the last sensitivity level setting and go back to its normal operation mode

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1. While the air purifier is on, press the airflow speed and ionizer buttons for 2 seconds.

2. The speed indicator will flash at 1.0-second intervals with a beep. The speed indicator blinks to show the sensor sensitivity.

3. Adjust the sensitivity by pressing the speed button. The speed indicator blinks to show the sensor sensitivity.

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High sensitivity:
If the air purifier indicates a pollution level of 1 for longer than 1 hour when the actual pollution level is higher.
Low sensitivity:
If the air purifier continues to indicate the highest pollution level even after running the air purifier for more than 2 hours.

4. Press the airflow speed button and ionizer button for 2 seconds. The air purifier will then resume normal operations.
- The new setting will also be applied if no button is input for 10 seconds.