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Honeywell RTH6580WF Wi-Fi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat

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  • 7 programmable days with 4 daily periods
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Wi-Fi 7 Day Programmable Thermostat Maintaining a comfortable temperature level in your home has never been easier. You can now view or control your thermostat from anywhere with the RTH6580WF Wi-Fi Thermostat. Convenient control of your home's thermostat is now literally at your fingertips from the number one choice of homeowners and contractors, enjoy maximum comfort through Honeywell's reliable secure network. Wi-Fi enabled thermostat allows remote access through smart-phone or computer Free smart-phone app for iPhone, iPad and Android 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

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Technical Details
Part Number RTH6580WF1001/W
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions13 x 12 x 6 inches
Item model numberRTH6580WF
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #791 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 16, 2012
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Very easy setup. great instructions for installation.
Patrick Pierce
With the phone app you can control and monitor settings remotely.
Mad Dr
I had no trouble connecting the thermostat to my WiFi network.
M. Foreman

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351 of 371 people found the following review helpful By r0k on April 15, 2013
I picked up this thermostat at Lowes. I had expected to pay $150 for Honeywell's touchscreen wifi thermostat or as much as $180 for last year's nest. I was pleasantly surprised to see a wifi thermostat option for around $120.

I got the thing home, took down my old thermostat (which had 4 wires R, G, Y and W) and installed this one. I turned my furnace back on and... nothing. It turns out I didn't have a "c" wire. There were 6 wires coming from the furnace but only 4 of them were used. I removed the cover from my furnace and took a look. Sure enough there was a "C" spot with nothing hooked up to it so I stripped the (unused) blue wire going to my thermostat and connected it to "C", then went back upstairs and hooked up blue to "C". I turned on the furnace and the thermostat woke up. I thought I was done. I was wrong.

I now had to connect to an adhoc network called "new_thermostat_somethingorother" and the only way to force my iPhone to believe it was the real internet was to go into airplane mode before choosing it. I got to the wifi setup page, picked my home wifi ssid and entered my password. I thought I was done. I was wrong.

I went to honeywell's web site, created an account, entered my thermostat's mac address and checksum. I then got a very nice user interface for entering on times and off times. I was impressed. I thought I was done. I was wrong. The thermostat had to download a software update. I grow sick of buying stuff new and the first thing it has to do when it gets on the internet is send me away for up to half an hour while it updates its firmware. When the firmware update was over I thought I was done. I was wrong.
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158 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Steve on January 10, 2013
This thermstat is outstanding. You can monitor and control the temperature, heat vs cool, and the fan auto vs on from your cell phone from anywhere. Right now there is no monthly charge for this capability.

You must have two-wire 24vac power available at the thermostat location to power the thermostat (R or Rc and a C wire). Most existing thermostats act as a simple switch and only have one hot wire (R or Rc)available. If you don't have the other hot wire "C" available, you will have to run one. The instructions don't tell you the thermostat receives its power through the Rc and C connections--my heating and A/C systems are separate systems, so I had to modify the wiring to get everything to work--it would have been very helpful to know Rc is used for power and not R.

Once I figured out how to make it work for my system, it worked great for three days. Twelve hours after I left on vacation, the thermostat wifi failed. When I got back from vacation, I determined that my home network was working fine and the thermostat wifi was the problem. Honeywell phone support was very good--I did not have to wait to talk to someone and the guy had me reset and try to reconnect it to the network. He quickly determined that I needed to take it back to Lowe's and get a replacement. I had no problem exchanging it at Lowe's and the replacement thermostat has been working great for two weeks now.

The wifi connection goes through a third party website and there is no charge for the service; however, the user agreement states that they can charge for the service in the future. If they start charging, knock off a couple stars.
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170 of 185 people found the following review helpful By M. Chase Masters on March 24, 2013
I am NOT even close to the home improvement type. So if things go south I'm in trouble. I looked over the Honeywell box and Honeywell wisely stated your HVAC wiring to the thermostat MUST have a "C wire" or the new thermostat would not receive power and would not function. So being the cautious person I am I asked three wandering separate Home Depot guys "If there was anyway I could "tell" if I had a C wire. The first guy said, "oh if you have AC you have to have a C wire." I continued reading the box and another walked by and asked if I needed help. I asked him the same question. He said, "If your home is new you definitely have one". I then asked #3 and he said, "you should". And then gave me the "you could always return it".

So I took the shot and bought it. I followed the directions carefully. I saw plenty of wires going to the existing thermostat so I assumed I was safe as I saw more than 4. I disconnected the old thermostat and began to affix Honeywell's supplied wire stickers -with a lot of different letters in the alphabet that matched all the letters on the existing and figured I was safe and this would be a simple "swap out". Well guess what? My new, state of the art home had everything but a C wire. Nervousness sets in. I rip through the quick setup guide and read about "alternative wiring options for those without C wires. It was a very nicely done YouTube video that tells me I will have to use the "G" wire in place of the missing "C" wire. And by doing that I would lose the ability to only run the fan manually. No biggie. Then the video sends me down to the furnace to do the same G to C move on the main panel and then jump the "Y" to "C" with an 18 gauge wire. Yeah I have tons of those laying around my house. Now panic begins to set in.
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