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Yes. In addition, the SensorPod of the Z-2500 and Z-3500 has an all new design and features additional sensing capabilities. It can measure three sizes of particulate matter (PM1.0, PM2.5, PM10) as well as VOCs, and calculates the overall air quality using a proprietary algorithm that is reactive to genuine increases in pollutants without overreacting to someone entering the room or settling into the couch.
The Prefilter on the Z-2000 and Z-3000 units is washable. Gently rinse the Prefilter under running water and allow to dry before reinstalling on the filter drum. Carbon and HEPA filters are not washable and should be replaced, as needed. The purifier is equipped with replacement indicators that will notify you when it is time to replace the Carbon or HEPA filter. Plan on replacing the Carbon filter every 3-4 months and the HEPA filter every 12-15 months.
The purifier is equipped with replacement indicators that will notify you when it is time to replace the Carbon, HEPA filter, or the UV lamp. Plan on replacing the Carbon every 3-4 months, HEPA filter every 12-15 months, and the UV lamp every 1-3 years.
The TruSens Z-1000 does not have a SensorPod. It features 360-degree DuPont filtration which allows for the collection of pollutants from around the room. It also has our proprietary PureDirect dual airflow that moves cleaner air more efficiently throughout the room.
TruSens air purifiers are factory paired with SensorPod™ and designed to not interfere with one another.
For best results we recommend that you have an air purifier in rooms that are occupied. We made moving the air purifier easy with the integrated carry handle. However, it may be more convenient to have multiple air purifiers around your home.
Yes. The SensorPod™ measures pollutants in a room and the air purifier responds accordingly. For this system to work as intended you should place the air purifier and SensorPod in the same room. Also, please make sure that the air purifier is appropriate for your room size.
Make sure the SensorPod™ and the air purifier are in the same room and try to move the SensorPod closer to the air purifier.
If the communication between the SensorPod™ and the air purifier is interrupted, you will notice that the radio signal on the air purifier blinks.
Up to 49 ft (15m). For optimal results, place the SensorPod™ on a tabletop or counter across the room, but within line of sight of the air purifier.
TruSens air purifiers make use of an active carbon filter to reduce the presence of odors from the air, including pet odors. For optimal results, the carbon filter should be replaced approximately every 3-4 months.
TruSens air purifiers have been developed to reduce allergens present in the air. The 360-degree DuPont™ filter allows air to be pulled in and filtered from all directions. TruSens proprietary PureDirect airflow distributes cleaner air efficiently throughout a room.
TruSens air purifiers make use of a combination of filters to remove smoke pollutants from the air. The active carbon filter reduces odorous gases caused by smoke, while the TruSens prefilter and HEPA filter capture smoke particles flowing through the TruSens air purifier
TruSens air purifiers make use of an active carbon filter to reduce the presence of odors from the air, including kitchen/cooking odors. For optimal results, the carbon filter should be replaced approximately every 3-4 months.
TruSens air purifiers include a UV-C type ultraviolet light to reduce the growth of microbes trapped in the filter. The UV-C bulb has a peak output of 254 nanometers. All three units (Z-1000, Z-2000, Z-3000) allow you to control if/when you want to run UV.
TruSens air purifiers with DuPont™ filtration remove allergens and particulates in the air. The prefilter will capture the largest of particles (such as hair and dust), while smaller particles will be trapped by the HEPA filter. 360-degree filtration allows air to be pulled in from all directions, filtering dust and other pollutants.
TruSens air purifiers have been developed and tested to reduce allergens present in indoor air. Reducing allergens in the air may help those with sensitivities, but a medical professional should be consulted to determine how to best alleviate asthmatic symptoms.
|Smoke CADR (CFM)||56.0||94.8||191.6|
|Dust CADR (CFM)||84.1||111.7||199.1|
|Pollen CADR (CFM)||96.7||117.2||208.4|
For Standard HEPA filters only. Testing performed in accordance with ANSI/AHAM AC-1-2015.
The Allergy & Flu filter is an anti-viral Filter with True HEPA captures 99% of airborne allergens and viruses.
The Pet filter captures up to 99.97% of pet dander, and helps eliminate common pet odors.
The Odor & VOC filter with True HEPA helps removes common cooking and cleaning odors, and reduces VOCs.
VOC stands for Volatile Organic Compound. They are emitted as gasses from certain solids or liquids.
The Allergy & Flu filter is an anti-viral Filter with True HEPA that captures 99% of airborne allergens and viruses.
No, the room coverage values will be the same as stated on our website. The specialty filters were developed to enhance performance for your specific needs related to pets, allergies, and odors in your home.
As the filters do their job to capture airborne particles and pollutants, it loses its ability to absorb more and eventually becomes ineffective. It is important to replace the filters in your air purifier regularly to ensure maximum effectiveness.
No, specialty filters will not impact the energy consumption of your air purifier.
TruSens™ air purifiers are meant to be operated in conjunction with your home HVAC system. The transportable option was developed to meet your air quality needs in spaces you need it most.
Please follow the disposal guidelines of your local municipality. Specialty filters currently aren’t recyclable.
No, you treat it the same as the standard filters. Just pay attention for when the HEPA light comes on so you know when to replace it.
The Small Z-1000 and Medium Z-2000 come with HEPA-type filters, and the Large Z-3000 comes with a True HEPA filter. All specialty filters come with True HEPA and are available in every model size.
All specialty filters contain a denser carbon pellet layer.
On the standard filters, both the washable prefilter and carbon filter can be removed from the fastener strips.On the specialty filters, the prefilter varies by type of filter. The Pet filters have a washable prefilter that can be removed and gently rinsed with water. The Allergy & Flu and Odor & VOC filters have an integrated wire mesh prefilter that cannot be removed, but that can be wiped clean with a damp cloth. The carbon filter layer has its own housing on each of the specialty filters, which detaches from the housing of the HEPA layer.
For connecting your TruSens Smart App, we recommend that your smart device is within 3 feet (or 1 meter) of your TruSens Smart Air Purifier. Simply open the TruSens Smart App and follow the on-screen prompts. You will be able to select your language and country and will then connect to the purifier via Bluetooth and create a PIN before connecting the purifier to your local wireless network. Lastly, you'll be asked to name your air purifier.
You can find detailedstep by step instructions on how to pair your TruSens Purifier to your TruSens Smart App here.
(Please Note: the TruSens Smart App is only compatible with the Z-2500 and Z-3500 Smart Air Purifiers from TruSens.)
You'll be asked to name your Smart Air Purifier during setup, but you can change the name at any time. Simply click on the Menu button at the upper-left corner of the home page, and then click on Settings. Select the air purifier under Device Settings and click on Edit Unit to change the name of your purifier. We recommend short and simple names, like your first name or the name of the room where the purifier will live (ex. dining room, kitchen, office, basement, etc.). We also recommend to not include the word ‘Purifier’ within the name. The Alexa App allows the renaming of the air purifier, but we do not recommend it.
(Please Note: you'll need to be within Bluetooth range of the Smart Air Purifier to edit the Smart Air Purifier’s details.)
On the home page of your TruSens app, you can click on the AQI display or on the “See Air Details” button under the AQI color/number display. You'll find the details of what is driving the air quality reading in your room, between PM1.0, PM2.5, PM10, and VOCs.
Open the TruSens App and click on the “Schedule” button and then click on “Edit”. You'll be able to select the time that the purifier turns on/off, as well as a fan speed and the day(s) of operation. When completed, make sure to click “Save” in the upper-right corner. If you successfully create and save a schedule, you'll see the Schedule icon next the purifier name on the home screen.
Note: if the OFF time is earlier in the day than the ON time setting, the air purifier will turn off the following day (example: if only weekdays are selected with the ON time set to 8pm and OFF time set to 7am, then the air purifier will still turn off at 7am on Saturday morning)
Open the TruSens app and click on the Filter button and you'll find the estimated remaining life of your filters and UV bulb. Click on Install Guide and you'll be directed to the manuals on the TruSens website. Click on Purchase, and you'll be directed to the TruSens website where you can place an order for your replacement filter or UV bulb.
Click on the Filter button and you'll find the estimated remaining life of your filters and UV bulb. Click on Purchase, and you'll be directed to the TruSens website where you can place an order for your replacement filter or UV bulb.
To view the historical AQI information for your purifier, simply open the TruSens Smart App and click on the History button at the bottom-right corner of the home screen. The graphs illustrate the minimum, maximum, and average AQI for the last 24 hours, last 7 days, last 5 weeks, and last 12 months.
Open the TruSens Smart App and click on the Outdoor button in the upper-right corner of the home screen. For your local outdoor AQI by geographic location, you'll want to make sure that the TruSens Smart App has permission to access your phone's location settings. You will also be able to set a Home location, and we would recommend that be the location of your smart purifier. You can also add additional locations, like where you work, the location of family members, or even locations all around the world!
Within the Outdoor AQI menu, click Additional Location. You'll want to search by city or zip code. If you're having trouble finding the specific location, try including the state or country.
Yes, you can! Simply click on the Menu button at the upper-left corner of the home page, and then click on Settings. Click on Add Purifier and you'll enter the setup mode for a new purifier. For connecting an additional smart purifier to your TruSens Smart App, we recommend that your smart device is within 3 feet (or 1 meter) of your TruSens Smart Purifier.
On your home screen, simply swipe left or right to navigate between the different TruSens Smart Air Purifiers connected to your TruSens Smart App. On the home screen, you'll notice that there are dots above the air purifier’s name that correspond to the number of air purifiers connected to your TruSens Smart App. You can also click on the Menu button at the upper-left corner of the home page, and then click on Purifiers to see a list of all connected purifiers and choose a specific unit.
Yes! You can allow additional users, like a family member or roommate, to connect to your Smart Air Purifier. When they go to add your purifier to their TruSens Smart App, they will need the PIN that you created to complete the air purifier setup. Note: they will need to be within Bluetooth range of the purifier when adding it to their TruSens Smart App.
For optimal performance and functionality of your TruSens Smart App, you'll want to make sure that the Smart Air Purifier is plugged-in to a power source, and that the purifier is connected to a local wireless network.
You'll want to make sure that the SensorPod™ is operating and that it is paired to your Smart Air Purifier.
First, check that the SensorPod is plugged-in and that the light is solid.
Next, check that the SensorPod is within range of the Smart Air Purifier (up to 49ft/15m).
If both are true and the connection is still failing and you are still seeing the error message in your TruSens Smart App, see the instructions for repairing the SensorPod's connection in the Owner's Manual.
You can find detailed step by step instructions on how to pair your TruSens Smart Air Purifier to your Alexa device here
You can find our suggest list of commands here
The Alexa App allows the renaming of an air purifier, but we do not recommend it.
The Alexa device may not be hearing you clearly, so make sure that you are speaking clearly and loud enough for Alexa device to hear. Also, check that both your Alexa device and TruSens Smart Air Purifier are plugged-in and connected to a stable wireless network. You may also observe that the Alexa device’s performance will tend to improve over time as it "learns" your specific way of speaking.
The TruSens Skill is available on the Alexa Skills here.