This Data Explains Why You Should Never Use Your Purifier’s Auto Mode

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The manual, full mode is way too loud for sleep. I just leave it on A. Has to better than no purifier.

My room was 80 when I turned it on, it’s now 19… That’s not so bad, right?

Amit Carbyne

I use “Automation” creating a schedule for manual mode. The purifier turns to manual mode for 10 min than runs at auto mode for 10 min resulting in 10 min of full power for every 20 min. So in 1 hour the air purifier runs 30 min manual and 30 min auto. Although it took few hours to create this automation.

Sherrin Thomas

I have a Philips AC 2887/20 and now a Dyson TP03 (tower). For both machines I have noticed that when pollution levels are high (100+), if I run them at high or turbo speed, the sensor shows the pollution level going up sharply – sometimes by as much as 100 µg/m3. One way to look at this would be that at turbo mode, the machine is processing more air, and so shows higher pollution levels, but it doesn’t seem like a very satisfactory answer.

Simon So

Thanks for doing this test, too bad I stumbled upon your article after purchasing the Mi Pro.


I have my Xaoimi in my bedroom with all doors and windows closed. If I open the ensuite bathroom door for just a few minutes the reading on my Xaoimi will change. Doesn’t this mean that it is detecting the bad hair from the bathroom? Which would indicate that it’s working well and doing it’s job?