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Model RTH8580WF

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Wi-Fi Programmable Touchscreen Thermostat + Free App

$149.00 /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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Convenient control of your home's thermostat is now literally at your fingertips. Easily view or control your thermostat from anywhere with Honeywell's RTH8580WF 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 smartphone or computer
  • Free smartphone 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-aprogrammed with energy savings schedule
  • 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
  • Filter change indicator
  • Ability to view local weather from web portal or app
  • Smart response technology - continually learns when to pre-heat/cool your home so you are comfortable at your programmed times
  • Auto change from heat to cool - automatically determines if your home needs heating or cooling so you are comfortable at your programmed times
  • Vacation hold - adjusts programming and have it automatically resume the normal settings in time for your return
  • Display options - degree Farenheit or Celsius temperature display; 12 or 24 hour clock
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"C" Wire?

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George
Texas
June 9, 2013
How do I know if I have a "C" wire or not?

If I don't is there a Wifi model that doesn't require a "C" wire?
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June 6, 2016
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If you're short on wires and missing the "C" wire on a heating and cooling system, there's a $15 part that solves your problem - part number THP9045A1023 Save a Wire module.
Your thermostat probably has wires for "R", "W" (heating), "Y" (cooling) and "G" (fan control). The part mounts at or next to the furnace and simply combines Y and G on a single "K" wire, allowing the remaining wire to be used as
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If you're short on wires and missing the "C" wire on a heating and cooling system, there's a $15 part that solves your problem - part number THP9045A1023 Save a Wire module.
Your thermostat probably has wires for "R", "W" (heating), "Y" (cooling) and "G" (fan control). The part mounts at or next to the furnace and simply combines Y and G on a single "K" wire, allowing the remaining wire to be used as the "C" wire.
The final step is to run the traditional 5 wires from the module the short distance to the furnace.
While sometimes it can be easy to run an extra wire to the thermostat, many times it's difficult or impossible, so $15 is money well spent.
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the red wire supplies 24v, the common wire is the feed back wire. if a thermostat has batteries then a common "C" wire which is usually blue does not need to be used because the batteries take the place of the "C" wire. if you have a Rheem or a Rudd unit then the blue may go to the "B" terminal which is for the reversing valve, hooking it up to the common terminal would blow your fuse or kill your Read More
the red wire supplies 24v, the common wire is the feed back wire. if a thermostat has batteries then a common "C" wire which is usually blue does not need to be used because the batteries take the place of the "C" wire. if you have a Rheem or a Rudd unit then the blue may go to the "B" terminal which is for the reversing valve, hooking it up to the common terminal would blow your fuse or kill your transformer. also when changing a thermostat make sure the breaker is turned off to your air handler or "furnace". Most new thermostats are built to not need the "C" wire. but if you have a "C" wire you should hook it up to the new thermostat Read Less
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November 4, 2014
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If you have a C wire, it is very easy.
I did not, so I purchased a 12V transformer. Home Depot has them in the sprinkler system aisle. This one works just as well as the more expensive ones. Plug it in and connect. It's that easy.
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If you look at the install guide posted on Home Depot, they provide some information. That said, if that isn't enough, you can contact the people at Honeywell and ask them about your situation. I cannot remember the c wire situation with mine, but I do know their tech support really knew their stuff and helped me get everything straight. Been working now for over a year with no glitches. Honeywell also Read More
If you look at the install guide posted on Home Depot, they provide some information. That said, if that isn't enough, you can contact the people at Honeywell and ask them about your situation. I cannot remember the c wire situation with mine, but I do know their tech support really knew their stuff and helped me get everything straight. Been working now for over a year with no glitches. Honeywell also has a tech support website (address of that site in the install guide) and has lots of pictures/guides. Read Less
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September 29, 2013
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Best way, to be sure, would be to get the manual for the thermostat you currently have and check your wiring against the manual. If you have a C wire then you are set.
FYI, most thermostats which light up need a C wire. The C wire essentially powers the light. Some of the cheaper LCD thermostats, which don't light up, don't need the C wire.
Hope this helps.
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June 17, 2013
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There is information on the Honeywell RTH8580WF thermostat at the following link:
http://wifithermostat.com/Products/WiFi7DayTouchscreenThermostat/
Information will include a product overview video, rebates, an installation video and a brief question and answer series on how to determine whether or not you have a "C" or common wire to power the Honeywell RTH8580WF thermostat.
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There is information on the Honeywell RTH8580WF thermostat at the following link:
http://wifithermostat.com/Products/WiFi7DayTouchscreenThermostat/
Information will include a product overview video, rebates, an installation video and a brief question and answer series on how to determine whether or not you have a "C" or common wire to power the Honeywell RTH8580WF thermostat.
At this time Honeywell does not have a WiFi thermostat that does not require a "C" wire to power the thermostat.
If you have further questions, please contact the Honeywell Consumer Technical Support Line at 1-800-468-1502
At this time Honeywell does not have a WiFi thermostat that does not require a "C" wire to power the thermostat.
If you have further questions, please contact the HOneywell Consumer Technical Support Line at 1-800-468-1502. Read Less
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June 11, 2013
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If you don't have a "C" wire because you have an older AC system then you have some other options. The manual and the Honeywell site have those options available with instructions and videos.
I ended up using my "fan on" wire for the "C" wire and bridging the fan on with (if I recall correctly) the wire for the compressor. Since I don't turn the fan on without the ac compressor running I was ok with Read More
If you don't have a "C" wire because you have an older AC system then you have some other options. The manual and the Honeywell site have those options available with instructions and videos.
I ended up using my "fan on" wire for the "C" wire and bridging the fan on with (if I recall correctly) the wire for the compressor. Since I don't turn the fan on without the ac compressor running I was ok with doing it this way.
Worse case scenario you might have to run another wire which may or may not be feasible. Read Less
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June 11, 2013
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Look on the wiring block in the furnace and on the back of the existing stat on your wall.
"C" is common.....There is a work around in the instructions if you dont have one already pulled and do not wish to pull new wire.
Im not sure but I believe its the green wire that you make a jumper for and jump it to the "C" terminal in the furnace and on the stat (but you will lose the ability to run the fan only
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Look on the wiring block in the furnace and on the back of the existing stat on your wall.
"C" is common.....There is a work around in the instructions if you dont have one already pulled and do not wish to pull new wire.
Im not sure but I believe its the green wire that you make a jumper for and jump it to the "C" terminal in the furnace and on the stat (but you will lose the ability to run the fan only if that matters to you)......But double check that for the wire that you use in the instructions.
The online videos at Honeywell's website are of great help with installation issues.
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June 11, 2013
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The "C" wire is what provides power for the Wifi. As far as I could find, all WiFi models need power, but I did find a Wifi thermostat that uses a wall plug to deliver the power instead of the C wire. I didn't like the idea of having to run a wire up the wall to the thermostat, so I went ahead and hooked up the third "C" wire to mine.
There's no easy way to determine if you have a 'C' wire. If you remove
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The "C" wire is what provides power for the Wifi. As far as I could find, all WiFi models need power, but I did find a Wifi thermostat that uses a wall plug to deliver the power instead of the C wire. I didn't like the idea of having to run a wire up the wall to the thermostat, so I went ahead and hooked up the third "C" wire to mine.
There's no easy way to determine if you have a 'C' wire. If you remove your thermostat from the wall and see which wires are connected, they may be labeled on the back of your thermostat. If you only have 2 wires, you don't have a C wire. If you have more than 2, you may or may not have a C wire depending on whether or not you have AC or fan control as well as heat.
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June 11, 2013
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1. You can look on your existing thermostat and see if there is a wire going to a "C" terminal.
2. I dont know if there is a module that does not require a "C".
If you dont have a "C" on your existing stat, you can sometimes use a different wire but you have to connect it to the "C" terminal on the system. In Texas its on the furnace / air handler in attic usually.
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June 10, 2013
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The "C" wire is a wire coming from the furnace that has voltage to supply power to the thermostat. Its position in the harness is the "C" terminal. Check your old thermostat to see if the "C" terminal has a wire attached to it. If it does not have this wire, call an HVAC person to supply power to this thermostat.
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June 10, 2013
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Take the face plate off of your current thermostat and look for a terminal labelled "C". If there's a wire attached to it, that's your "C" wire, which supplies 24V power to the thermostat. Otherwise you've got a battery powered thermostat, and you'll have to get a wire run for the Wifi Thermostat.
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Must you use the wifi feature and have it set up in order to work? Can you just use the thermostat by itself?

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You can use this without using WIFI, all programming can be done from the unit itself.
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YES but why spend extra money on wi fi enabled unit
just get a regular programmable unit at half the price
plus you will see this annoying wi fi connect prompt flasing
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September 29, 2013
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The WiFi is totally optional.
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May 6, 2013
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You can use the thermostat as a conventional thermostat without setting up the WiFi.
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May 5, 2013
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Wifi is only needed if you need to control your thermostat when your not home. You don't have to setup the wifi to use this device.
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April 30, 2013
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The thermostat will work without the WiFi features, but if you're not going to use the WiFi, there are cheaper alternatives out there. I love the WiFi feature, I barely even go to the thermostat. The iPhone app even shows weather, so I know if I can turn it off in the morning.
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April 30, 2013
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You can use it like a regular thermostat on the wall without WiFi but I find I use my smartfone evrn whe n I'm in the house. The app is vdry user friendly
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March 25, 2013
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The RTH8580WF thermostat can be used to control your heating and cooling system without enabling the WiFi feature. You can always enable that feature at a later date.
For more information on the benefits and features of enabling the WiFi features, please visit the following site: http://wifithermostat.com/
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March 22, 2013
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This is a stand alone fully programmable thermostat. If you do not need the capability to control this by remote control, consider buying a remote without wifi capabilities. You could save about 40 dollars. If you plan on getting wifi in the future, this is ready to step up to the upgrade and well worth the price of admission. All of the program and schedule functions can be done at the thermostat.
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March 22, 2013
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The Wifi feature is not required to use the thermostat. I believe Home Depot also sells a similar Honeywell touchscreen non-Wifi version of this thermostat for a little bit less, if you're not interested in that feature.
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I have two existing thermostats.....one upstairs, one down. Can I install one new smart thermostat to utilize iPhone app or shd both be replaced ?

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Minneapolis Mn
February 19, 2013
If I replace both do I need one or two iPhone apps? Can I change temp remotely with my iPhone?
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You can set up your remote wifi interface to control more than one thermostat in more than one physical location. Let's say you are lucky and have a coastal home with two thermostats and a mountain home with two thermostats. Replace all 4 thermostats with this model and you can control any of the 4 thermostats from the installed Honeywell Control Center on your mobile or PC/Mac/IPAD device.
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I assume you are saying you have a two system set up. That is, two outside units as well as two thermostats. That is, upstairs comes on and off separately to downstairs.
If so, don't see a reason why both thermostats need or should be replaced.
When you install the thermostat you pair it with user/password on Honeywell's Total Connect Comfort web page. I use web page access not iphone app. With the web
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I assume you are saying you have a two system set up. That is, two outside units as well as two thermostats. That is, upstairs comes on and off separately to downstairs.
If so, don't see a reason why both thermostats need or should be replaced.
When you install the thermostat you pair it with user/password on Honeywell's Total Connect Comfort web page. I use web page access not iphone app. With the web page access you would have two different login names and could access simultaneously with two separate web pages.
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One app controls multiple thermostats.
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You would need to replace both, but the free app controls both as your "home" is the site location and the thermostats get programmed names - like bedroom or dining room so you know which you are viewing and programming. very nice interface/app.
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February 23, 2013
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You can use the RTH8580WF to replace one, or both thermostats in your HVAC application. and utilize the iPhone app.
If you chose to replace just one thermostat initially, once you register it on the Honeywell Total Connect Comfort web site you can replace, and add, the second thermostat at any time in the future.
For more information on Honeywell WiFi thermostats and the Total Connect Comfort web site, Read More
You can use the RTH8580WF to replace one, or both thermostats in your HVAC application. and utilize the iPhone app.
If you chose to replace just one thermostat initially, once you register it on the Honeywell Total Connect Comfort web site you can replace, and add, the second thermostat at any time in the future.
For more information on Honeywell WiFi thermostats and the Total Connect Comfort web site, please visit the following link: http://wifithermostat.com/ Read Less
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You can replace one or both. If you have two thermostats it means you have too heating/cooling zones. You will only be able to control a zone if you replace the thermostat. One app can control multiple thermostats. They don't even need to be in the same house. The instructions tell you how to name each thermostat so you know which is which. You can remotely change the temp with your iphone using the Read More
You can replace one or both. If you have two thermostats it means you have too heating/cooling zones. You will only be able to control a zone if you replace the thermostat. One app can control multiple thermostats. They don't even need to be in the same house. The instructions tell you how to name each thermostat so you know which is which. You can remotely change the temp with your iphone using the app. Read Less
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If you have two separate furnaces/ACs' your can replace only one. I don't know why you would have two thermostats if you only had one furnace.
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I have a similar situation...I had two conventional thermostats, and replaced both with the Honeywell WiFi thermostats. You can install just one, but for as reasonable in price that they are, why not replace both?
One iPhone or Android app will control an unlimited number of thermostats, unlike the Nest, which is limited to control of only 2 thermostats. In my case, I use the one app to monitor and Read More
I have a similar situation...I had two conventional thermostats, and replaced both with the Honeywell WiFi thermostats. You can install just one, but for as reasonable in price that they are, why not replace both?
One iPhone or Android app will control an unlimited number of thermostats, unlike the Nest, which is limited to control of only 2 thermostats. In my case, I use the one app to monitor and control the 2 thermostats in my house, 2 in my office, and 1 at another house.
Yes, you can change temperature, as well as turning systems on/off, fan control (auto/on), or change heat/cool. Read Less
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February 19, 2013
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One app.. one Honeywell account with two assigned thermostats. You pick the thermostat to change and then you can change its settings. You can change temperature setting from iPhone.
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February 19, 2013
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This is entirely your preference. This is assuming you have two furnaces, one for each thermostat. If you have just one furnace, but two seprerate zones off that one furnace, it is still possible to use just one smart thermostat. It would just control only that zone. Replacing just one thermostat is not a problem. You just have to make sure you have a "c" wire that supplies power and wifi in the house. Read More
This is entirely your preference. This is assuming you have two furnaces, one for each thermostat. If you have just one furnace, but two seprerate zones off that one furnace, it is still possible to use just one smart thermostat. It would just control only that zone. Replacing just one thermostat is not a problem. You just have to make sure you have a "c" wire that supplies power and wifi in the house. One app will control multiple thermostats in the same account. Read Less
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Can I see what the actual temperature is remotely?

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Forrest
September 29, 2013
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Absolutely.
In addition to what Honeywell provides, I use a program called thermo-bot on my PC. It allows you to stay connected to the thermostat without a time out, and having to log in again. Search for 'bottools thermot' software.
Hope this helps.
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Via the app or web site you can see all the data that you would at the thermostat. Temp, Set Temp, Mode, Fan on/off, etc. You can change from Heat to Cool, change set temp. Turn system off.
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March 21, 2013
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Yes, it will show actual and set temps when using a computer or the free app. It also shows outside temps based on internet weather service of some sort.
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February 23, 2013
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Yes, the Honeywell shows the actual indoor temperature through the iPad, Android, and web access applications. I've tested it independently and found it to be highly accurate.
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January 29, 2013
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Yes you can. As well as set point, system, and fan controls. You could download the free app from honeywell and run it in demo mode for a addicting preview. You could also set up high and low temp alerts. This will email you incase those limits have been reached. Texts are also possible by using your carriers SMS addy. Ie "(123)456-7890@txt.att.net.
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January 24, 2013
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With the RTH8580, and all of the Honeywell WiFi thermostats, you do have the option of viewing the thermostat on your computer, lap top, Smartphone or iPad, anywhere in the world.
More information is available at the following link:
http://www.mytotalconnect.com/comfort/yourhome.php
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January 24, 2013
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Yes you can either by a remote internet connected computer or internet capable device.
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January 24, 2013
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Yes you can see the actual temperature via a computer, tablet, android/iphone, or most other internet connect device.
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January 24, 2013
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Yes, you can log in through the website or with the smartphone app to view the current temperature in your home.
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Yes, The Android, IOS apps, as well as the web interface, show thermostat set point, as well as actual room temperature.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 311 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great thermostat! I bought this 5 years back and installed it myself in our new home. It is working great since then. The features and programming through Wi-Fi are easy to use. Since I have a small dog at home, I have to run the A/C and heat during the day all time but I also run fans in the rooms to better distribute the air and I am happy with the result. I love the feature that I can change the temp and settings on the go! July 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by All you need. Works great. Had a little problem with installation, but tech support walked us through what we needed. Setting up the wi-fi was very easy. July 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Won't stay connected to WiFi This thermostat was simple to install and setup. Wireless interface worked well for roughly 1 month at which point it began to regularly drop its wireless connection a day after being re-connected. Contacting Honeywell support is useless as they insist that the problem lies with your wireless network despite being told that multiple wireless devices reside on the same network without any issue. At this point, it sits installed on my wall as an expensive programmable thermostat. Honeywell really should have tested the wireless functionality of this thermostat a bit more thoroughly before putting it on the market. August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by like an upgrade to our heating and air units Bought one for a gas pack and one for a split unit upstairs. Intuitive set up, love being able to adjust and monitor from my phone, especially remotely. Very flexible temporary hold/change options to pre-programmed schedules. I'm a technology guy, very little AC experience but installation was easy and very straightforward, migration from old stat wiring was well documented. Quick start Wi-Fi instructions were dead on. Lots of additional help available on the web and YouTube too. Great price at Home Depot! August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Product This is simply the best value at the best price. Home depot had it for $99 and you just cant get a better thermostat for anything near that price. The App makes it all worth it. I control my Heating and Ac from the app and I save 50% or more on my bill since I don't need to AC my house when i am not home. I leave work, turn on the Ac at home and when i arrive the home is cool. Buy it and you will be exceptionally happy. if you want to spend more money then get teh next model and you will see it in color, otherwise this does the job and does it well. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install and working well! I was able to easily install two of these thermostats in my home to replace two aging thermostats, though I did have an HVAC tech run a common wire to one of my systems, which is required for0000 this thermostat. Getting them connected to wi-fi and installing the app was also very easy. I can control both thermostats from my phone from anywhere. I haven't used the programmable options yet, but would recommend this product to anyone. February 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A quality product at a good price. This is a great thermostat, but I had to return it because it wasn't compatible with my new multistage furnace and air conditioner. I would recomend this product. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good thermostat if your router maintains a constant connection! This thermostat works well if your router maintains a very solid connection. If your router has temporary disconnects you have to basically set the Wi-Fi back up every time it loses connection. I had to change the settings in my router to a different channel to help resolve this issue. I had really never noticed connection problems with my other wireless items because they would automatically re-connect. From what I have read and seen this thermostat will not reconnect automatically. As far as the look and functions of this thermostat I like it and the app that goes along with it very much. June 28, 2016
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