Internet #309221992

Model #EB-RSHM2PK-01

Store SKU #1004389509

SmartSensor (2-Pack)

  • Sets temperature as per room occupancy for efficiency
  • Easy and convenient to install
  • Works with all ecobee smart thermostats
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Product Overview

Unlock the potential of your ecobee experience with smarter comfort, further savings, and reassurance from anywhere. SmartSensor keeps you comfortable where you are instead of just where your thermostat is through occupancy detection. Place SmartSensor in the most important room, like your bedroom, child’s room, or office to keep it the perfect temperature.
  • California residents
  • Place sensors in the rooms that matter most to experience comfort that stays with you.
  • Works with all ecobee thermostats to deliver comfort where it counts and help manage hot or cold spots.
  • Detects motion to deliver comfort when you’re home, save energy when you’re away, and adjust temperature in rooms that are in use.
  • Works with ecobee Haven home monitoring to send notifications when motion is detected.
  • No wires. Installs in seconds.
  • Use the ecobee app to check and adjust the temperature in important rooms like the nursery.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.58 in
Product Height (in.)
1.58 in
Product Width (in.)
1.08 in

Details

Accessory Type
Sensor
Color Family
Whites
Material
ABS Plastic
Power Options
Battery
Remote Access
No Remote Access
Requires Hub?
No Hub Required
Returnable
180-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Proprietary Protocol
Tamper Resistant
Yes
Voice Control Hub Required
No Voice Control
Works With
Ecobee

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3-Year Limited

Questions & Answers

5Questions12Answers

Can i set a sensor to automatically monitor and set the temperature of a specific room, e.g. master bedroom for specific times, such as from 9:00 p.m.

Asked by Nevinator June 18, 2020
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Kind of. It takes the average of sensors participating and follows the regular schedule. So if you wanted to monitor just one room, you would have to turn off participation of all other sensors during that period, which you can do.

Can CR2477N batteries be used? (I know it takes CR2477 batteries, but CR2477N batteries appear to...

Asked by JPVOLS4 June 14, 2020
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Hi there! ecobee SmartSensor is desiged to work with a single CR-2477 battery. They can be readily found in most hardware stores as well as from online retailers. We do not recommend using a different type of battery.

Will it work with the older ecobee 3 thermostat?

Asked by Charlie June 2, 2020
1
Answer

Absolutely! Our all-new ecobee SmartSensor works with all ecobee smart thermostats.

What method does the sensor use to detect that the room is occupied? For example would it detect...

Asked by joepublic December 20, 2019
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Not really sure of the method, but I can verify that it CANNOT tell that a room is occupied when everyone is sleeping soundly.

What type of battery is used? Is it proprietary or is it a AA or AAA?

Asked by Pete July 27, 2019
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Uses CR2032 that can be found in all stores that sell batteries.

Customer Reviews

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Included with the sensors (2 in each pack), instruction manual, plastic stands, and wall mounting...
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Included with the sensors (2 in each pack), instruction manual, plastic stands, and wall mounting hardware. I recently got two Ecobee 3 lite’s (which don’t include sensors) and an Ecobee 4 that has one but I wanted a bit more coverage on the different floors of my homes, because without the sensors it is just a regular wi-fi thermostat. The Ecobee thermostat’s main advantage is its ability to sense temperatures in various rooms with the extra sensors. So, I order 4 room sensors of these to add to the 3-lites on the different floors. After some confusion with CS on how many sets are included (there are supposed to be two sets of 2), I finally received the 4 sensors. As another reviewer has said, there is some confusion with the Amazon page and for some reason, they can’t seem to figure out something priced per set, means more than one set (or pack) of sensors. The sensors are very easy to install as you simply hold near the thermostat, pull the plastic battery tab and the thermostat automatically recognize it and asks to add it. You then select a name for it or give it its own unique name. It starts detecting the temperature immediately. I paired each sensor to different thermostats. Just hold the sensor next to the thermostat that you want to pair it to. The sensors do not interfere with one another. One small issue with the sensor is that it may read too warm initially, if you are holding it too long in your hand, making for an inaccurate average temp reading. Luckily, the sensor quickly corrects itself, but you may have your A/C come on briefly because of it. The sensor is a simple square design with a logo and can be put on the wall or on the included stand. I do kind of wish the stand had a lock mechanism built in, although I haven’t really had any issue with the sensor staying on the stand. It is more for my being sure it will not fall off where it is. My main complaint with the sensors are the lack of any type of low battery indicator. There is nothing on the sensors themselves and the Ecobee app does not tell you when the battery is low or dead. It may be some period of time before you notice it is time to change the battery, so it is an important function that should be added, with maybe a small led low battery indicator, along with the app letting you know as well. Each sensor requires a CR2032 battery when they need to be replaced. Just pop off the battery cover on the back and replace the battery. Considering these are low power device, the batteries should last several months or longer. So far, they are working well at detecting motion and temperature. It remains to be seen though, the durability of the sensors. According to the specifications, the sensors have a 120-degree field of view and can detect motion up to 15 feet using an IR sensor. The sensors seem to detect occupancy for a period of time after the room becomes occupied. Now these sensors, won’t create additional zones in your home as that is dependent on the system you have in your house, but will help create an average temperature between the various sensors to help heat or cool areas of the house that are occupied. You can manually adjust your vents to also aid in heating and cooling the areas of your home. For the sensors to be the most effective, it helps to enable the follow me and smart home settings in the sensor portion of the app. The sensors have a good 3-year warranty. I do think the sensors are a bit pricy for the pair. 4 stars
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great product to go with Eco bee thermostat....
great product to go with Eco bee thermostat.
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Settings are a little confusing but still the best I...
Settings are a little confusing but still the best I have uses
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Total game changer! My home would be 73 where the...
Total game changer! My home would be 73 where the thermostat was, yet 80 in my kitchen. With the new thermostat in the same location the sensors pick up the temperature from the thermostat, living room(sensor), and kitchen (sensor) then averages them out to start the AC sooner to keep the whole house cool.
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Makes Ecobee smarter and keep my home comfortable with an average temperature in the house
Makes Ecobee smarter and keep my home comfortable with an average temperature in the house
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Gives me view of house condition...
Gives me view of house condition
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They seem to be working well, easy to see the...
They seem to be working well, easy to see the temperature not only by the thermostat, but in 2 other rooms.
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1 of 2 sensors failed to pair out of the...
1 of 2 sensors failed to pair out of the box (brand new)
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Response from ecobeeNovember 13, 2020
That's not the experience we want you to have! Please send an email to support@ecobee.com with your SmartSensor serial numbers. Happy to help make this right! ecobee
I really wasn’t sure if I needed these or not,...
I really wasn’t sure if I needed these or not, but figured that if I was going to get the most out of my Ecobee I would try them in different rooms. Once I determined that you can ‘turn on and off’ sensors, including the main Ecobee, then the full potential dawned on me. Now I am not heating or cooling just where the Ecobee is. This may not seem like a big deal, but I can see where the system used to run based off the temperature at that thermostat and now it is not. Bottom line: yes the sensors placed in the rooms you live in and want to control at various times of the day makes sense.
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