Nanoair-P1 – Ultra-Quiet Ionizing Air Purifier

Air Purifier
The Nanoair-P1 is a small, portable, ionizing air purifier for your desk or car. Powered by either an ACC line in an automobile, or simply by USB. The Nanoair-P1 produces OH- ions that effectively removes 96.7% of PM2.5 and induces 80% bacteriostasis. The OH- molecules are generated through high voltage with no fan or engine making the Nanoair-P1 ultra quiet. Generated ions can last up to 600 seconds. With no consumables and no O3 (ozone) production, this purifier can efficiently clean the air around your workspace or car quietly and safely.

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Dimensions

Unit: 4.331" x 1.992" x 1.02" (110mm x 50.6mm x 25.9mm), With Mounting Holes: 4.331" x 2.579" x 1.02" (110mm x 65.5mm x 25.9mm)

Power Requirement

DC input 5V (USB), DC input 9 ~ 36V (ACC)

Approximate Weight

0.24 lbs (108g)

Global P/N / SKU

1008238

Operating Temperature

-4 ~ 185 °F (-20 ~ 85 °C)

Relative Humidity

30 ~ 90%, non-condensing

Ordering Options

Nanoair-P1-USB (SKU# 1008238A):
Nanoair-P1 Air Purifier with 120cm Type A USB cable

Nanoair-P1-ACC (SKU# 1008238B):
Nanoair-P1 Air Purifier with 141cm ACC cable

Downloads

Datasheet

Commell MSB05

Ordering Options

Nanoair-P1-USB (SKU# 1008238A): Nanoair-P1 Air Purifier with 120cm Type A USB cable Nanoair-P1-ACC (SKU# 1008238B): Nanoair-P1 Air Purifier with 141cm ACC cable

Nanoair-P1 – Ultra-Quiet Ionizing Air Purifier

Air Purifier

The Nanoair-P1 is a small, portable, ionizing air purifier for your desk or car. Powered by either an ACC line in an automobile, or simply by USB. The Nanoair-P1 produces OH ions that effectively removes 96.7% of PM2.5 and induces 80% bacteriostasis. The OH molecules are generated through high voltage with no fan or engine making the Nanoair-P1 ultra quiet. Generated ions can last up to 600 seconds. With no consumables and no O3 (ozone) production, this purifier can efficiently clean the air around your workspace or car quietly and safely.

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Additional information

Dimensions

Unit: 4.331" x 1.992" x 1.02" (110mm x 50.6mm x 25.9mm), With Mounting Holes: 4.331" x 2.579" x 1.02" (110mm x 65.5mm x 25.9mm)

Power Requirement

DC input 5V (USB), DC input 9 ~ 36V (ACC)

Approximate Weight

0.24 lbs (108g)

Global P/N / SKU

1008238

Operating Temperature

-4 ~ 185 °F (-20 ~ 85 °C)

Relative Humidity

30 ~ 90%, non-condensing

Ordering Options

Nanoair-P1-USB (SKU# 1008238A):
Nanoair-P1 Air Purifier with 120cm Type A USB cable

Nanoair-P1-ACC (SKU# 1008238B):
Nanoair-P1 Air Purifier with 141cm ACC cable

Downloads

Datasheet

Commell MSB05

Ordering Options

Nanoair-P1-USB (SKU# 1008238A): Nanoair-P1 Air Purifier with 120cm Type A USB cable Nanoair-P1-ACC (SKU# 1008238B): Nanoair-P1 Air Purifier with 141cm ACC cable

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