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    Series 800 Air Purifier

    Removes 99.5% particles @3 nm, Air quality colour feedback, Up to 49 m2 / 527 ft2, Auto and Sleep mode AC0820/30

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What do my Philips Air Purifier's lights mean

    If you're wondering what the air quality lights or ring lights of your Philips Air Purifier mean, please find out here.

    Note: All images shown below are generic representations only; there can be some differences among specific appliances.

    Air purifiers with air quality ring lights

    You can see the quality of air your Philips Air Purifier is cleaning using the air quality lights (see image below). The different colours indicate the following:

    • Blue: good

    • Blue-violet: fair

    • Red-Purple: unhealthy

    • Red: very unhealthy

    The following table contains further details for each colour. The second column for Thailand, Indonesia and India is based on the Chinese standard. The third column is only for India and takes effect from week 30, year 2020:

    IAI (Allergen levels)

    PM2.5 for ACxxxx/20;

    (Standard for fine particulate matter) 

    For Thailand, Indonesia, India, it is based on the Chinese standard

    India (effective date: YYWW2030)

    1

    1~12

    1~20

    2

    13~23

    21~40

    3

    24~35

    41~60

    4

    36~48

    61~80

    5

    49~61

    81~100

    6

    62~75

    101~120

    7

    76~87

    121~160

    8

    88~101

    161~200

    9

    102~115

    201~250

    10

    116~132

    251~300

    11

    133~150

    301~350

    12

    151~500

    350~500


    To check which standard your air purifier uses, see the image below. If the number is 2030 (year 2020, week 30) or higher, the air purifier uses the new Indian standard. If the number is below 2030, for example 1842, it uses the Chinese standard.

    Philips Air Purifier's air quality ring

    Air purifiers with a quality light

    In this case, your air purifier indicates the current quality of the air by displaying a red or green light.

    In the first few minutes after you select the SmartAir Control function, the air quality indicator will flash red to indicate that the air quality sensor is measuring the ambient air quality. After approximately 5 minutes, the air quality indicator lights up green if the air quality is good or lights up red if the air quality is poor.

    Note: The SmartAir Control function is only applicable for purifiers AC406x. For these purifiers, this function automatically adjusts speed settings according to the current air quality.

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