How to wear the nose seal on AirPop Light SE:
The nose seall on AirPop Light SE has a flexible top layer that can be “flipped” out as in the image.
This adapts to different nose dimensions and still creates a dome like cushioned seal either side of the “valley” between the sides of the nose and upper cheeks.
This is extremely comfortable & effective at reducing fogging for people who wear glasses.
Installing filter inserts into Active or Original Mask:
The filter self-registers into the soft shell by attaching to the soft pegs on the left and right side of the outer shell.
These are precisely engineered so to fit the filter securely, please press firmly with your fingernail edge as indicated in the image below.
Setting up your Active+ Smart Mask with Halo
Halo App Compatibility
The Halo app is available to download from Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Our app is compatible with Apple iPhone devices running iOS 12.0 or later and most Android devices running OS 5.0 or later.
NOTE: Please check the app store for compatibility with your own device prior to purchasing the Active+ mask.
Pairing Halo with the App
First Time Installation
When setting up for the first time, please remove the insulator on the Halo's battery back cover and then sync with the app.
If that does not work, please open the back cover from the inside of the mask outer and take out battery and insert it again, check whether the LED light flashes. If there is no response, please replace with a new battery. Please place the smart mask close to the phone in paring mode and ensure your smartphone is discoverable.
For further information please view our Quick Start Guide
The Halo sensor is powered by a CR1632 coin battery and is not rechargeable. Based on 2-6 hours average use per day, the battery should last between 2-4 months.
Use Whilst Exercising
The Active+ Halo Smart masks is designed for comfort, breathability and for the purpose of active outdoor lifestyles. If however at any point while wearing the mask during exercise you feel ill, please remove the mask.
The Halo Sensor is IP64 rated so can be used in light rain and is resistant to spray. It cannot be submerged.
Using without your phone.
You can wear the mask without having your phone with you, and sync later when you do. The Halo can retain breathing data information for up to 7 days.If you want to use the Active mode, you need to start it in the app on your phone. To get a full functionality of the app (such as sharing your location with the app or tracking your statistics) it's best to carry your device with you.
The data synchronized to the App will be automatically uploaded to the cloud. If a new mobile phone is replaced, the previous data can be synchronized from the cloud to the new mobile phone as long as the same account is used.
Factors that will affect the accuracy of the breathing sensor.
The following play a key role determining the accuracy of the data in the app:
1. Gender, height, weight and age.
2. Ambient conditions- temperature & humidity.
The normal working temperature range of Halo is -10℃-35℃. It is recommended not to apply severe temperature shock, like from very hot to very cold or vice versa,
Please note that humidity above 85%-90% affects accuracy of breath counting
Please remove the Halo sensor before washing the Active+ outer shell
The Halo Sensor can be cleaned with an alcohol wipe or can be dried with a clean lint free cloth.
The outer shell is made from nylon jacquard and can be hand washed with mild detergent at 30-40 degree Celsius in warm water for 5 - 10 minutes. Rinse in clean water and allow to dry naturally, ideally at least 24 hours or until your mask is completely dry. Do not iron.
Sensor not tracking your breathing.
It takes Halo about 5-10 normal breaths to activate the breath tracking algorithm. Wear the mask and breath as normal and a few breaths later the light will be lit and data will start be recorded.