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Honeywell

Model # RTH6580WF

Internet # 203556922

Store SKU # 483099

Wi-Fi 7 - Day Programmable Thermostat + Free App

$99.98 /each
  • Wi-Fi-enabled thermostat allows for remote access.
  • 7-day programming with 4 period per day scheduling.
  • Works with the Wink home automation network.

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Model # RTH6580WF

Internet # 203556922

Store SKU # 483099

Convenient control of your home's thermostat is now literally at your fingertips. Easily view or control your thermostat from anywhere with Honeywell's RTH6580WF Wi-Fi Thermostat. Be alerted of temperature swings or make temperature adjustments remotely. You can trust Honeywell's reliable secure network and enjoy maximum comfort by the #1 choice of homeowners and contractors.

  • Wi-Fi enabled thermostat allows for remote access via smart-phone or computer
  • Free smart-phone app for iPhone, iPad and Android operating systems
  • 7 day programming with 4 program periods per day can be configured to meet almost any scheduling scenario for ultimate flexibility
  • Pre-programmed with energy savings schedule. Save up to 33% on energy bills
  • Universal compatibility - works with virtually any system type (C-wire required)
  • Intelligent alerts - high/low temperature notifications of unusual temperature sing and loss of connection to Wi-Fi network alert
  • Ability to view local weather from web portal or app
  • Wink App Ready - No Wink Hub Required


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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Display height (in.) 
1.5 in 
Display width (in.) 
2.5 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
1.5 
Product Height (in.) 
3.5 
Product Width (in.) 
5.875 
Details
Batteries Included 
No 
Battery Power Type 
Hardwired 
Battery Size 
.Built-In,.Built-In 
Color Family 
Whites 
Connected Home Protocol 
Wi-Fi 
Number of HVAC Zones 
Periods per Programmable Day 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shape 
Rectangle 
Smart Device Enabled 
Enabled 
System Compatible 
Universal 
Thermostat Features 
Automatic Heating/Cooling Changeover,Backlit,Built-in Wi-Fi 
Thermostat Type 
Heating and Cooling 
Voltage (volts) 
24 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year 

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Color Family: Whites
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We want this for a vacation home. Can we set the temperature from a home computer? Are there resttrictions?

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November 18, 2015
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we have it down the shore works great from my ipad or my android phone , see that you curantly have 5 wires . it will work with 4 but its made for 5.
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January 13, 2015
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Unit can be controlled from your PC-no restrictions
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December 16, 2014
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yes can control the t-stat from any where in the world as long as the t-stat has a wifi connection.
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March 9, 2014
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You can set the temperate from a home computer. You'd need a wireless network providing internet access available to the thermostat in your vacation home. From there, it's pretty easy. Just register the device ID on Honeywell's website:
https://rs.alarmnet.com/TotalConnectComfort/
Honeywell has official apps for Android and iOS, and there's a Windows 8/Windows Phone app called Comfort Connect that I've Read More
You can set the temperate from a home computer. You'd need a wireless network providing internet access available to the thermostat in your vacation home. From there, it's pretty easy. Just register the device ID on Honeywell's website:
https://rs.alarmnet.com/TotalConnectComfort/
Honeywell has official apps for Android and iOS, and there's a Windows 8/Windows Phone app called Comfort Connect that I've been using on my Windows devices. Read Less
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February 24, 2014
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When the Honeywell RTH96580WF thermostat is successfully logged on to your WiFi router, you can then create an account on the Honeywell Total Connect Comfort website.
Once the account is created and the thermostat registered to that account, you would have access to the thermostat on line.
For additional information you can visit the following web site: http://wifithermostat.com/ or call our WiFi Read More
When the Honeywell RTH96580WF thermostat is successfully logged on to your WiFi router, you can then create an account on the Honeywell Total Connect Comfort website.
Once the account is created and the thermostat registered to that account, you would have access to the thermostat on line.
For additional information you can visit the following web site: http://wifithermostat.com/ or call our WiFi thermostat hotline at 1-855-733-5465.
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February 24, 2014
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When the Honeywell RTH9580WF thermostat is successfully logged on to your WiFi router, you can then create an account on the Honeywell Total Connect Comfort website.
Once the account is created and the thermostat registered to that account, you would have access to the thermostat on line.
For additional information you can visit the following web site: http://wifithermostat.com/ or call our WiFi Read More
When the Honeywell RTH9580WF thermostat is successfully logged on to your WiFi router, you can then create an account on the Honeywell Total Connect Comfort website.
Once the account is created and the thermostat registered to that account, you would have access to the thermostat on line.
For additional information you can visit the following web site: http://wifithermostat.com/ or call our WiFi thermostat hotline at 1-855-733-5465.
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Honeywell Customer Care Read Less
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Brookhaven, PA, USA
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February 22, 2014
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As long as you thermostat is in a Wi-Fi network and you have registered it online, it would be no problem. Registering may be a little confusing but it all works out fine.
Good luck!
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Rochester, NY, USA
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February 19, 2014
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Yes, you can change settings from your home PC or anyone's pc . There is an app for your android too. I use the app quite often.
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February 19, 2014
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As long as you have wifi internet capability in your vacation home, you can fully manage (set programs, over ride programs etc) the thermostat from a computer or smart phone. You can also set alerts via the application that will alert you temperature changes,or internet becoming unavailable.
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Indianapolis, IN, USA
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February 19, 2014
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The home where the thermostat is installed must have WiFi and an internet connection. The thermostat can then be controlled/set by using any PC with an internet connection by going to Honeywll's site ,"Honeywell - My Total Comfort". The thermostat can also be set from a smartphone with a data plan using Honeywell's "app". The prgrammed schedule may also be changed from the "app" or internet.
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Does WIFI Reconnect After A Sustained Power Outage?

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February 18, 2013
Does WIFI reconnect after a sustained power outage, say, of a day? I was told by Honeywell chat that would be the case. Just sort of wanted to verify here. Thanks.
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March 15, 2016
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I've had 3 of these in my vacation home running different things.
Even if power is lost for a full day, the T-Stat will see when the Wi-Fi is restored
and download the settings from the Honeywell website that sends updates.
Another smart thing about this, it will send an email when the T-Stat does not check-in with
the website. That is a nice way to know that either your cable is out, or the
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I've had 3 of these in my vacation home running different things.
Even if power is lost for a full day, the T-Stat will see when the Wi-Fi is restored
and download the settings from the Honeywell website that sends updates.
Another smart thing about this, it will send an email when the T-Stat does not check-in with
the website. That is a nice way to know that either your cable is out, or the power is out
at the remote location.
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Yes so long as your WIFI router is up and running and is not out of power outage.
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August 23, 2013
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I know for sure that the thermostat will automatically reconnect after losing the wireless signal temporarily. I'm not sure about a sustained power outage. I'm going to guess no because there's no battery built into the unit that will hold the settings for a long period of time.
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August 14, 2013
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I ran a test by turning the power off for 5 days. My thermostat did not reconnect to the Internet. I'm having to reprogram the settings for the thermostat. On the positive side, the thermostat did resume the heat settings and did not remain off.
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Wisconsin, USA
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March 31, 2013
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It should reconnect because when you first hook up your wifi to the stat you input the username and password for your wifi. It should just seek it out again when it is available.
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March 25, 2013
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Yes. I had the same question, and bought the thermostat for my vacation house anyway and hoped for the best. I have had a couple of power outages (the longest was only about a couple of hours), and the thermostat reconnected and retained all of its settings (date/time, programmed schedule, etc.)
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February 26, 2013
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Yes! It is correct. It remembers all the settings.
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February 24, 2013
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yes it will and does, the unit has either backup power or an eprom that saves your setup of the Wi-Fi.
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February 23, 2013
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The information you received from the Honeywell Chat, is correct. If there is a power outage, upon restoration of the power, the Honeywell RTH6580WF thermostat should reconnect with your WiFi network.
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February 19, 2013
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The thermostat will automatically connect as long as your internet wifi comes back online. The issue wouldn't be your thermostat, it would be your internet provider.
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Does the Honeywell Wi-Fi 7 - Day programmable thermostat require a fee for the internet portal and if so what is that fee?

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January 13, 2015
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No. it's a free app that can be used on your phone, PC or other mobile internet accessible device
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There is no fee. Completely free to use.
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February 24, 2013
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no fee it's free and works with any web browser on any computer or smartphone
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January 23, 2013
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Honeywell does not require a fee for the internet portal. The only charges that might accrue would be related to the cost of your individual data plan.
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No, other than what your regular monthly internet charges are,
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January 11, 2013
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No fee.
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January 8, 2013
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No! There is no fee yet but in Honeywell's fine print, they are keeping that option open for future.
I hope they do not go that cheap.They are big and can easily offord with out any fee!
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January 7, 2013
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There is no fee from Honeywell. Your are simply using your internet or phone data package. You do not pay for the thermostat's service.
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January 7, 2013
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The WiFi thermostat connects to your Internet provider via a WiFi access point. If you have those, there are no additional fees to connect your thermostat.
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2 zones controlled by one app

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February 11, 2013
My house has two zones. I would like to control both via the same app. Is this possible?
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January 28, 2014
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the app isn't the controller-the app is just your access to the units, both of which you'll name (differently) when you set up the remote system. one app- different named units
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August 23, 2013
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Yes this is definitely possible. My place of business has 4 zones, and I will eventually be controlling all 4 zones with the same application. When you launch the application, you are presented with a list of all the thermostats that you own. You simply select which thermostat you want to work with and adjust the settings.
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I have one thermostat for upstairs, and one for downstairs. I am able to control both units separately via the web or the remote app.
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You can run multiple units off of this ap. it allows you to name each one and run it individually.
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Not sure what you mean, but my house has a downstairs furnace/AC and a separate upstairs heat pump/AC. I installed two of these thermostats (one downstairs and one upstairs), and I can access them both remotely through the same app. They appear in the app as two different tabs (see the picture). You can change the names of the thermostats to whatever you want (I used "Downstairs" and "Upstairs"). These Read More
Not sure what you mean, but my house has a downstairs furnace/AC and a separate upstairs heat pump/AC. I installed two of these thermostats (one downstairs and one upstairs), and I can access them both remotely through the same app. They appear in the app as two different tabs (see the picture). You can change the names of the thermostats to whatever you want (I used "Downstairs" and "Upstairs"). These names are set by accessing your account online. Read Less
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yes but you'l need 2 thermostats.
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I do not think so.But app will be same
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February 11, 2013
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If each zone in your house has its own existing thermostat, you should be able to use an RTH6580 on each zone as a replacement thermostat. Each RTH6580WF has its own unique address.
After you log on to the My Total Connect Comfort web site, to register the thermostats and create your location, you will be able view both thermostats and control them via the internet.
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If each zone in your house has its own existing thermostat, you should be able to use an RTH6580 on each zone as a replacement thermostat. Each RTH6580WF has its own unique address.
After you log on to the My Total Connect Comfort web site, to register the thermostats and create your location, you will be able view both thermostats and control them via the internet.
For additional information on WiFi thermostats, like the RTH6580WF, please go to the following link: http://wifithermostat.com/ Read Less
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 321 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by May not reconnect automatically I purchased this thermostat because I just needed remote control capability, didn't need a "learning" thermostat. Shortly after installation, the wifi connection got dropped and I had to manually clear a system function and go through the whole wifi setup again. According to Honeywell support, that's just the way it is because this product isn't as "smart" as the more expensive ones. The remote control feature becomes useless. May 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Thermostat Out There!!! Would I recommend this product? Yes, yes, YES! We replaced our old manual thermostat with this Honeywell thermostat and oh my goodness! We had such a sigh of relief knowing that we could control our A/C from anywhere using the app and not forgetting to turn the air up when we were not home. The best part about it is that you can set a schedule for each day of the week and 4 time zones per day (wake, leave, return and sleep). We basically never have to touch our thermostat. And if we leave out of town we are at ease knowing that we can log on the app and turn the temp down before we get home so it is cool by the time we get home! Genius! I would highly recommend this thermostat! April 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Surprise. 8580 in the box instead of 6580! Beautiful thermostat. Extremely easy web interface and 100% useful! December 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great WiFi Thermostat Installed this thermostat in a second home. I can monitor the inside set and room temperature and also check the 5-day forecast from any computer or smart device. The best part is that I can control the heat and air conditioning beforehand, so the house is comfortable upon our arrival. We love it! April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WI-FI 7-DAY PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT + FREE APP Replaced an over 20 year old thermostat to keep with upgrades to home. Looks very nice and has lighted face so you can see in the middle of the night or anytime. Can use free app to adjust temperature if you aren't home. April 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for new Ac units Will do fine and great for new Ac units but not for my 12 years old carrier unit April 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value Easy to connect with clear instructions, simple to use and adjust. April 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, too sensitive for me (wish there was a swing setting) Easy to install and nice features. The only problem that I have with this thermostat is that is has no swing setting. For example, when the thermostat is set for 67 degrees, the heat will kick on if the inside temperature drops by 0.5 degrees. So it keeps the house temperature very constant but that means the heat is coming on about 5-6 times per hour when it is very cold outside. My old thermostat allowed me to adjust the swing setting and when it was set for a 1 degree variance, it would only come on about once or twice an hour. The downside of having the 0.5 degree default setting is that the unit comes on more frequently and increases your heating or a/c bill. Since installing it, I have noticed about a 20% increase in my utility bills. I know that some people will enjoy the 0.5 default swing setting if they are sensitive to small temperature changes, but I would prefer one that would allow me to adjust the swing variance and not have the unit come on so often. April 3, 2016
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