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This documentation is still preliminary and subject to review. Please understand


AirQ Networks system

The following pages give a useful overview about how AirQ Networks system works. If you want to go deep in understanding how our platform could fit your needs, then this is the right place to start. Moreover, First installation page gives a really useful description on how to install our products.


If you are interested in know more about our devices, this section contains reference to specifications of our wireless sensors and control boards.

Control boards

This section contains specifications about our AirQ 300 and AirQ 310 wireless control boards.

  • AirQ 300 is an I/O control board with 4 opto-isolated inputs and 2 relays
  • AirQ 310 is a control board with 6 relays

Control Units


Following sections contain documentation about our wireless sensors.

Temperature Sensors

  • AirQ 101 is a wireless temperature sensor, battery powered with internal probe.

Humidity Sensors

  • AirQ 110 is a wireless humidity sensor, battery powered with internal probe.
  • AirQ 111 is a wireless temperature and humidity sensor, battery powered with internal probe.


Pingu is the web server equipped with all AirQ Networks control units. Thanks to it's web-oriented technology, Pingu can be accessed through an Internet connection also using a mobile device if needed. Pingu provides a powerful and flexible rule system that allow to build up complex scenarios to interact with all AirQ Networks devices.

Applications Center

Applications Center is the place were we publish tutorial and use cases that show how to use our wireless devices.

SDK Center

AirQ Networks is progressively releasing information to allow developers and integrator to build up custom applications using its hardware infrastructure (sensors and control boards).

If you want to know more about our SDK, please visit our SDK Center in this wiki.

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