PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT AND Using the Monthly Energy Report, you will see how much energy you use, and you can save even more by connecting with your utility efficiency program to create a schedule that suits your lifestyle.
Home and away modes are automatically activated. Your thermostat can be adjusted from anywhere with an app or geofencing allows you to set your home to react to your schedule.
A MULTI-ROOM FOCUS IS AVAILABLE. Suitable for indoor use (sensors Configured with 4-wire technology. Wi-Fi 802.11b and 802.11g. BG/N 2 in 11 B/P/P. There are 4 and 5 Ghz radios
ALERTS AND RESPONSE THAT IS SMART.
Sensors for smart rooms have a range of up to 200 feet and an installation manual they use a 1-year battery and can be installed nearly anywhere range can vary based on your home's construction, interference from wireless networks, and other factors battery life may vary based on usage
With smart home sensors, a room can sense when it is occupied and adjust the temperature automatically once the room is occupied
Using smart home sensors, your thermostat can know the temperature in a particular room - like the sleeping quarters - to help make the room more comfortable while you
Questions & Answers
Is there a way to regulate the temperature in one room differently than another with this device? Neither the heating system nor the cooling system directs heat to a particular room. ?
There is no way to do so. The system tells you which room temperature to emphasize for your settings based on the information you provide. As an example, I have my thermostat set to prioritize the sensor in my Master Bedroom for my sleep settings. Therefore, my room will heat/cool based on that sensor instead of the thermostat sensor, which is located in the hallway and is not at all involved in my comfort while I sleep. Additionally, you can choose from multiple locations to prioritize. I could then tie the sensors for all 3 bedrooms together to my sleep settings and they would average out the readings across all 3 bedrooms if I wanted to.
Even if I do not intend to use an app or Alexa, etc., would the thermostat need to be Wi-Fi enabled Do they use wi-fi to connect to a sensor or do they directly connect to it?
It is not necessary to connect WiFi to the Honeywell Home T9 WIFI Smart Thermostat It is necessary to connect the sensors to a Wi-Fi network. I hope this was helpful! It's Joey.
Are there any circulate fan modes on it?
You can set it in three different ways - The Auto, Circulate, and On buttons.
Selected User Reviews For Honeywell Home WIFI Thermostat + 1PK-RCHTSENSOR
My sincere thanks go out to you for asking the Integration with Apple HomeKit is still in the works and should be announced within the next several As more information becomes available, we will share it with you
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| Dec 10, 2020
This is a solid choice
My previous experience with Nest and Ecobee thermostats led me to compare the Honeywell T9 specifically with those products in this review. There is a clear advantage for the Honeywell T9 over the Nest or Ecobee in this area.
- The price is an excellent buy compared to the alternatives, and most of its features and benefits are the same as those of the competition- The first step in installation is to set up the software. Despite the T9's complexity, it was very easy to install and configure for my I must mention*br The following remote sensors are available A feature similar to this is missing from the Nest. It does, which is why Ecobee is so popular. I really like this idea because it allows you to balance the temperature within your house much more efficiently. This is where the Honeywell T9 falters in comparison to the Nest and the Ecobee- The design is Nest and Ecobee are both more aesthetically pleasing than the T9, but it is still not unattractive. The T9 main unit does not detect your presence in the room and you must use a remote sensor if you want the system to recognize whether the room is occupied. Therefore, the display remains on at all times instead of toggling one way to "on" when movement is detected, and another way to "off". Although the Honeywell App is simple and straightforward in its use and looks, it does not offer quite as many features and flexibility as the Nest and Ecobee Apps. The thermostat itself not only allows you to set your preferences, it also allows you to program others. I must mention*br The process of automatic learning is as follows With the T9 you have the option of manually setting a schedule or setting a geo-fencing schedule An option that is fenced in. Choosing the Ecobee over Nest or Nest is a great option if you are looking for an affordable replacement. I was able to save huge amounts of money since our home has three separate thermostat zones, so the T9's lower price was definitely worthwhile.
| Feb 27, 2021
Thermostat has good features, app has bad features
There is a great deal of accuracy in this thermostat. With a simple and clean design, it's easy to use. So far, it hasn't offered much in the way of bells and whistles, but for the week we've had it, it's been fine. I have experienced all three generations as the nest produced are always pleasing to the eye and feel, but it seldom performs as well as it should. Our heating is controlled by Savant and we tried both RCS and Savant thermostats and had the same issue inaccurate readings. We had several HVAC professionals tell us to get the Honeywell thermostat. Our decision to use the T9 was based on that fact. A brief update Despite its extensive marketing and promises over a year ago, I lower my review due to a lack of 3rd party support. I also have trouble using it with other services like Vera/Savant. Unfortunately, the app doesn't work well with this thermostat, and I wish I had picked a different one. Our first one seemed to have some strange memory malfunction. This one is our second. I was able to return the item within that time frame.
| Feb 13, 2021