Tracking air quality
The Wynd Tracker measures the amount of particulate matter (PM) in the air. PM includes things such as dust, allergens, industrial pollution, and more. The Tracker uses this measurement to calculate the air quality index (AQI). The tracker’s light color indicates the AQI.
Here's what the Wynd tracker's light colors mean:
We use the EPA standard algorithm to convert particulate matter to AQI. Read more about particulate matter here.
Turn off Wynd's lights
Enable Night Mode by double-clicking the Auto button.
Charge your purifier:
Charge your tracker:
If you're having trouble with Wynd, try resetting to see if it fixes the problem.
Reset your purifier
Hold down the power button for 8 seconds (or until the Purifier turns off).
Reset your tracker
Place a pen (or other sharp pointy object, such as a paper clip) into the small hole in the back.
At the moment, we only offer wireless device updates through the Wynd app (for iOS and Android).
Turning Wynd on and off
Tap the power button to turn the Purifier on and off.
Tap the button on the side of the Tracker to turn it on and off.
Using Auto Mode
Auto mode automatically adjusts the Purifier's airflow based on the air quality (as sensed by the Tracker). Turn it on by pressing the "A" button. Both the Purifier and Tracker must be on and connected for Auto Mode to work.
Adjusting Wynd's airflow
Turn the top control ring to adjust the Wynd Purifier's airflow.
Change the filter
To replace your purifier's filter with a new one, follow these steps:
Screw off the bottom cap.
Take out the old filter and insert the new one.
Screw the bottom cap back in.
Use the kickstand
Snap the kickstand into Wynd's attachment points.
Expand the kickstand to funnel clean air at any angle.
Get the Wynd app
See your air quality in more detail, check your filter life, give software updates to your Purifier and Tracker, and more.Get the app here.