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Model # EB-STATe3-02

Internet # 206303211

Store SKU # 1001487543

7-Day Smarter Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat with Remote Sensor, HomeKit Enabled

$249.00 /each
  • For homes with more than one room
  • Save an average of 23% annually on your energy bill
  • Monitor and control your heating & cooling from anywhere

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Model # EB-STATe3-02

Internet # 206303211

Store SKU # 1001487543

The smarter Wi-Fi thermostat with remote sensor that is designed for homes with more than 1 room. Ordinary thermostats read the temperature in only 1 room, but are supposed to deliver comfort in all rooms. The ecobee remote sensors deliver the right temperature in the rooms that matter most. This ecobee comes with 1 free remote sensor and you can add up to 32.

  • Smart, really smart - intuitively understands when to turn on your heating or cooling equipment based on your home's unique energy profile, the weather outside, and thousands of other data points to make sure you're comfortable at all times
  • Knows you have a life - senses whether anyone's home and which rooms are occupied, delivering comfort when you're at home and saving you energy and money when you're not
  • Lowers your energy bills - ecobee saves homeowners an average of 23% annually, paying for itself in energy savings
  • Dependable support - our knowledgeable in-house customer service and support specialists can help you every step of the way
  • Easy to schedule - comes with a schedule right out of the box that you can adjust in seconds
  • Live local weather - start your day with live local weather and a preview of the days ahead with a 5-day forecast that can be accessed on the touchscreen
  • Alerts and reminders - monitor your equipment performance and receive email alerts if anything is not working or working sub-optimally
  • Personalized reports and insights through Home IQ - View your energy usage, find out how you're doing in comparison to your neighborhood and receive recommendations on how to save more, all through ecobee3's exclusive platform
  • Easy to install - Meticulously designed for easy use, ecobee3 offers an 8.9 centimeter (3.5 inch) full-colour LCD touchscreen, 320 by 480 pixel display with highly intuitive iconography and controls, if you're comfortable installing a light fixture, you can install ecobee3 yourself and if you'd rather use a professional installer, visit www.ecobee.com for help finding one
  • HVAC system compatibility: ecobee3 is compatible with 95% of systems and works with: conventional (2H/2C); heat pump (4H/2C) including 2-stage auxiliary heat; gas, oil, and electric; dual fuel support; and humidifier, dehumidifier, ventilator, HRV, or ERV
  • Connectivity and security: ecobee3 protects data during transmission and network access, and is designed to support: WiFi at 915MHz; WiFi 802.11 b/g/n at 2.4 GHz; WEP 64, WEP 128, WPA, and WPA2 encryption methods; DHCP (dynamic) or static IP addressing; and 168-bit SSL encryption
  • Powering Method: 24VAC through terminals C and either Rh or Rc. Power Extender Kit (included) enables you to reliably power your thermostat without having to run a fifth wire. This provides a continuous and reliable power source to ensure that the thermostat will always be powered
  • Smartly delivers comfort to where it's needed

    More sensors.  More comfort.  More Savings. Our room sensors detect temperature and occupancy.  Unoccupied rooms can be automatically deprioritized, for increased energy savings.  It's simply a smarter, better system.

  • Wink App Ready - No Wink Hub Required


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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Display height (in.) 
2.75 
Display width (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
0.9 
Product Height (in.) 
3.88 
Product Width (in.) 
3.93 
Details
Batteries Included 
Yes 
Battery Power Type 
Lithium Coin 
Battery Size 
CR2032 
Color Family 
Blacks 
Number of HVAC Zones 
Periods per Programmable Day 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shape 
Specialty 
System Compatible 
Universal 
Thermostat Features 
Automatic Heating/Cooling Changeover,Backlit,Built-in Wi-Fi,Daylight Savings Time Ready,Filter Monitor,Lockable,Touch Screen,Vacation Mode 
Thermostat Type 
Heating and Cooling 
Voltage (volts) 
30 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
FCC Listed,IC Rated 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
ecobee warrants that for a period of three(3)years from the date of purchase by the consumer(“Customer”),the ecobee3(the “Product”)shall be free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service. 

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"Free" first sensor?

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Why does the description state that the product comes with a "free" first sensor? If the product is packaged with the thermostat and a sensor, and priced at $249, then that is the free market price for the product, one sensor included. This is at the best, a hopeful marketing ploy, and at the worst, false advertising. Offer a second sensor as a special for free, and then you get closer to the truth. *I'm not blaming best buy, as this could very well be the script from the company, but someone needs to fess up!
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January 2, 2016
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A couple of things.
Nothing is 'free'. You pay for it. "Included" would be a better word.
There is a sensor in the main unit, so there are two sensors. There is just one remote sensor.
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October 20, 2015
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Mu Saleem, are you suggesting that there are also offers for the unit and hardware for $249, that do not include the additional sensor? If not, then the sensor is part of the package and not "FREE". That is the issue, however trivial, that the question's author is concerned with.
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September 9, 2015
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I think when you consider you pay the same thing or more for a comparable NEST or Honeywell without even having the option of an additional sensor, this one is really a good deal and honestly I have tried the others and this one is the best.
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September 3, 2015
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The ecobee3 does come with one sensor. Additional sensors cost extra. The thermostat itself is a sensor, so it technically comes with two. :-)
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September 2, 2015
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I believe this marketing ploy, to point out that it has remote sensors. Compared to similar units that for the same price include zero remote sensors (not that they can even use them)
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Yes, you get 1 sensor free in the box.
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I think you are looking into this a bit much... There are technically two sensors, one on the thermostat and one on the remote sensor. They both show up in the sensor menu on the device. Of course they could use different language, but no need to get angry over something so little.
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September 2, 2015
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Sensors are also sold separately. You are not required to use sensors to use this product, as there is an internal sensor built into the thermostat. The product does include 1 additional sensor for free.
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September 2, 2015
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The thermostat includes a stand-alone sensor that you can place in a room where you would like to have extra control on temperature.
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The package contains the thermostat and a sensor. They do sell sensors separately, in packs of 2. So depending on when you get it you could get deals to end up with 3 total sensors. This is the only product on the market, that I have found, that actually can leverage the sensors the way you would expect. Highly recommended.
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"best buy"? Funny, this question came up on Home Depot's site for "7-DAY SMARTER WI-FI PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT WITH REMOTE SENSOR, HOMEKIT ENABLED"... Can't speak to the marketing side, but I can confirm there is one sensor included and there is no extra charge for this sensor in the standard kit. Ecobee does market a package that includes three sensors, but they do charge more money to include the extra Read More
"best buy"? Funny, this question came up on Home Depot's site for "7-DAY SMARTER WI-FI PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT WITH REMOTE SENSOR, HOMEKIT ENABLED"... Can't speak to the marketing side, but I can confirm there is one sensor included and there is no extra charge for this sensor in the standard kit. Ecobee does market a package that includes three sensors, but they do charge more money to include the extra two sensors in addition to the "free" sensor. :-)
Get an Ecobee, you won't have regrets. Read Less
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September 1, 2015
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There is one sensor in the thermostat, and one free remote sensor. That is two sensors. Compare to the Nest - there is only one sensor, inside the thermostat. So with the ecobee3 you have a sensor in thermostat where it is installed on the wall, and one you are free to place anywhere.
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The first sensor is free. We do not charge you for the first sensor. You get an ecobee3 + installation hardware for $249 and you get a remote sensor for free with purchase.
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Does the ecobee itself act as a sensor?

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With this kit you get one sensor to put in a separate room, does the ecobee act as a sensor for one room if you place additional sensor in second room?
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Yes, it does, like a normal thermostat
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Yes. The main unit senses temperature, humidity and occupancy.
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Yes it senses occupation as well as the remote sensor and changes screen appearance when it senses your presence.
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Yes. It senses your presence in it's line of sight.
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Yes, it is also a sensor. It has all the same parts the remote sensors do.
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The Thermostat is a sensor it self, the lil'bee, which is the small white box is a second sensor you can place anywhere else in your house
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Yes. The Ecobee is your default sensor, unless another one is added/promoted to the role.
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the main display unit has a temp/occupancy sensor. You can set it up to average temp between both, or either one
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Yes, there is a sensor on the base.
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That is correct. ecobee3 has 4 sensors in it (temperature, humidity, occupancy, and proximity) and the remote sensors has 2 sensors in it (temperature and occupancy).
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Will my dogs interfere with the operation?

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The ecoBee is smart enough to differentiate pets and "human" as long as you don't have a huge pet.
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Your Dogs might trigger the sensors to think that rooms are occupied, but I only see that as a problem if you are wanting to use the "away" mode to save costs on heating or cooling while humans are out of the house. You could resolve that by placing the sensors where the dogs won't be sensed.
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I am not sure what you mean, or how they might - unless they think it is a snack? I have 3 sensors, 2 dogs, and 4 young children and none interfere. I have mounted the sensors on walls, or on top of dressers to keep them from being touched or moved about. Keep them out of reach and you should be fine.
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Poke around the Ecobee web site. I read a blog entry written by one of the Ecobee support people that talked all about their sensors being designed to not be triggered by pets. It also included some guidelines about mounting the sensors a certain height off the floor to further help ignore pets. The important thing being they have thought about that very problem.
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Poke around the Ecobee web site. I read a blog entry written by one of the Ecobee support people that talked all about their sensors being designed to not be triggered by pets. It also included some guidelines about mounting the sensors a certain height off the floor to further help ignore pets. The important thing being they have thought about that very problem.
We have a cat which has never triggered either the thermostat or the remote sensor. So I'd say the same would easily apply to a small dog. Probably even more so for a small dog since they tend not to get up on things like cats can.
Cats getting up on things at a distance from the sensor probably isn't an issue. However I can see if you've got the remote sensor sitting on a bedside table or something, and the cat walks on the table directly in front of the sensor, it's hard to envision how the sensor would not trigger.
I suppose if you've got a dog big enough to start appearing like a child, you might want to ask Ecobee's support about any special considerations you should take. Not sure how big a dog, or how small a child, the sensors are designed to detect. Read Less
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That depends on the size and number of your dogs. We recommend placing the remote sensors at a height of at least 5 feet, so unless you have a giant dog like a Great Dane or Irish Wolfhound, you should be fine.
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No, you can set the remote sensors to be above the height of you pets.
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October 21, 2015
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They should not. The sensors are designed to not pick up on a dogs presence. But even if it did worst case scenario is it would average the temp in that room or change modes depending on your settings.
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October 19, 2015
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No you dogs will not interfere the installation of the ecobee3, just keep them away during the installation
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usually not Ecobee has informed us that it bases the occupancy sensor on size, and most thermostats and additional sensors are at or above the 5 foot high level. I have 2 very active cats chasing each other around my 3 level house, and they have yet to trigger the occupancy sensors.
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Doubtful. These are best placed at a height of over 3 feet so unless he is a big one, you should be fine.
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will this work with my iphone

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Yes.
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Yes, there is an iPhone app in the Apple App Store for the ecobee3.
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Yes, great app!!
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Yes, absolutely works very well on the iPhone.
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Yes.
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Absolutely. It is sold at the Apple store and is Homekit integrated. It is a natural fit for any I-device.
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Yes. It works on both Android and iOS. I use both a Samsung Note 3 or my iPad... depending which is closest. Both work very well.
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Yes. I'm a Windows Phone user, but there is plenty of information on the Ecobee web site centered around the iPhone. Plus a link in the FAQ to the iPhone application in the app store.
Ecobee also has a very functional and well designed control capability via their web site which even reformats nicely between full desktop/tablet screen displays and smaller phone size displays.
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 280 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good Thermostat The install was easy enough. Took less than 30 minutes. Instructions and videos were clear. The only complaint I have with the install process is the double sided sticky tape for the PEK was not strong enough to hold it. So I had to use standard tape to hold in my HVAC. The Thermostat portion was easy to mount too. It looks great on the wall compared to my old unit. Setup was straightforward. Calibration was taking longer than the 20 minutes, but as soon as I pressed on the display it cleared and started working. I really enjoy using the app and HomeKit integration is very nice to have. It fits very well in my smart enabled home. May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much Better Than Nest I had a Nest for several months. Well made hardware, easy to wire up, but short on features. I had quirks Nest said were due to incompatibilities with my Verizon Fios router, so they offered a refund. I took the refund also because of a lack of features, some nice to have and others I needed for my HVAC system to run properly. I was also annoyed that the big number so beautifully displayed on the nicely-tech looking round on my wall so proudly displayed the set temperature, not the current temperature. I know what temp it is set for, what I want to know is the current temp. Current temp is usually shown, small, like something not very important--when it's not showing, you assume it's the same as the set temp. Nope. Not what I want to see. The ecobee 3 thermostat does prominently show the current temp plus has remotes to keep track of other rooms in the house AND whether they are occupied or not! Cleaver and useful information for a smart thermostat to have. Plus it has many options/settings that Nest doesn't have. The ones you don't need, you can just leave alone. Oh, and the company attitude is much better than Nest. Lot's of opportunity to interact with the company. Nest came across as not caring what customer's post. I'm much happier with my ecobee 3 than with Nest. March 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great thermostat, highly recommended Great thermostat that is HomeKit enabled (thought I am yet to use that feature, as the stand-alone tstat provides all I need). One little hiccup encountered with an incorrectly assembled remote sensor. Fixed the problem in 30 seconds by finding help online. Ecobee sent me an email fessing up on the issue, and how to fix it. They even included an option to have a new sensor shipped if you didn't want to go through the hassle of fixing it. Seems like the company bends over backwards for its customers. Killer feature that puts it above the Nest being the remote sensors which puts an end to deciding home comfort based on one location. Highly recommended if you have your thermostat in the bad place, or hot/cold spots in your home that you'd want to monitor. January 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing.... In three winter months it paid for itself. Saved me additional 30% on each bill, compared to my already extremely adjusted for savings old thermostat...... with someone always staying at home. If we all were "9 to 5", I'm sure we would see additional savings. Beautifully crafted, simple installation, great app, great web interface. Love the"lock" feature, so my spouse and kids cannot play around with settings. I plan to purchase additional sensors.... with such great performance, they'll probably pay for itself next winter. Home Depot had it on sale for a short period of time, so I snatched it for 10% off. Awesome!!!! April 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Smart Easy to install Being a HVAC tech I would recommend this over the Nest. Setting this up is child's play App works great and having a sensor is a huge benefit to have. Most thermostats are not located in the correct place. Having the sensor (you can add additional sensors) that can act as the main thermostat, with the ability of portability and wireless makes this a 5 star thermostat. May 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product Do your research...to me it came down to Ecobee or Nest...and Nest (google), they are in a holding pattern- meaning that they are not creating much anymore and other companies who are more creative are growing all around them. I had this professionally installed just to make sure that everything was done correct connection wise and functionality wise...if you do have the 5th wire (read up on installation and check out your thermometer by removing it from the wall and examining the wiring) it should be a relatively easy install. You mihgt even consider using Yelp and calling a few companies to find out who is the resident expert at installing these products and who offers the best deal. I paid $145 for installation. May 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Needed a thermostat that I could customize given my work schedule, got so much more! This couldn't have been easier to set up. 15 minutes to mark everything that was needed, drilled some new holes and wired up the new Ecobee. I now have access to my main floor and upstairs temps and can customize my heating/cooling schedule. It also looks quite modern and I have gotten compliments on how it fits into the rest of my home decor. May 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for Comfort and Efficiency I replaced two old, programmable, thermostats with the ecobee3 Smarter Bundle. I had several rooms at the end of the house that were cold. Installing the ecobee3 allowed me to close the vents in the master bedroom where the thermostat is and use the remote sensors in the cold rooms to control the "set point". I know have perfectly comfortable rooms without any rewiring or furnace/duct work. Awesome! December 31, 2015
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