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Prestige HD Comfort Kit, Comfort Control

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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number YTHX9321R5061
Item Weight2.9 pounds
Product Dimensions7 x 2 x 6 inches
Item model numberYTHX9321R5061
ColorArctic White
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Display Style8.06 sq.in. Tri-Lingual
  
Additional Information
ASINB005Y29KL4
Best Sellers Rank #221,094 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.9 pounds
Date First AvailableSeptember 7, 2011
  
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Product Description

Wireless Thermostat Kits and AccessoriesControl KitsTouch-screen 1RZY2 features selectable 7-day programmed or nonprogrammed operation, 3 heat/2 cool conventional or 4 heat/2 cool heat pump stages, plus humidity, dehumidification, and ventilation control. 3 wires to thermostat.Prestige HD Comfort Kit, RedLink Wireless, Stages Heat 3, Stages Cool 2, Temp. Settings per Day 4, Programs per Week 7, Terminal Designations C, R, Rc, W-O/B, W2-AUX/E, Y, Y2, G, L, K, HUM, HUM, DHM, DHM, System Switching Auto or Manual, Fan Switching Auto, On, Off, Circulate, Display High Definition Digital, Key Pad Lockout, Programmable Fan, Automatic Changeover, Power Method Hardwired, Voltage (AC) 24, Control Range (F) 32 to 120, Includes Personal Comfort Control, Outdoor Air Sensor

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It's very easy to install.
Billy Fowler
Remote sensor and control is extremely convenient.
mark mortier
We are now able to sleep again at night.
Mazda316

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58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By R. A. Cook on January 20, 2012
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I bought this thermostat and installed it myself though Honeywell is quite clear that this is not for homeowner installation. It's my understanding and it's clear from the documentation, that only professional HVAC people are supposed to install this.

Though you can install this without the Equipment Interface Module (EIM), I decided to wait, get the EIM, and then do the full installation. The first EIM I ordered was the wrong one, so you have to be careful about that. The EIM is installed next to your equipment, you run almost all the wires from your devices to the EIM and just a two-wire thermostat wire (for power) to the thermostat itself. Once powered up, the EIM, the thermostat, the outdoor remote, and the handheld remote can all start talking with each other over the air and things are swell from that point on.

I have a forced hot air, oil furnace, an air conditioner, and a powered bypass humidifier. I also got the optional return and supply air temperature sensors. Everything wires into the EIM: the humidifier can use one of three universal terminal pairs. When you setup the thermostat for the first time, you tell the thermostat what you have and what's wired to what ports on the EIM.

I did run into some quirks. When I opened up my furnace to find the power supply, I didn't realize the low voltage thermostat power is actually AC, not DC. I was carefully (I thought) testing everything as I went and ended up confused when I didn't read the voltages correctly on my meter. This was a rookie error. A professional installer would have known immediately that 24 volt AC power is used.

You are given the option of having the thermostat control the humidifier and run it even when the heat is not on.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mazda316 on January 7, 2012
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This thermostat is a life saver as well as a money saver. We needed this thermostat for its remote sensing device. I have a two story house but only one zone heating and cooling. Our thermostat is located downstairs in a far corner of the house that is always cooler than the rest of the house. This makes it very difficult to keep a consistent heating temperature at night. Our upstairs would easily be 88 degrees at 4 am while the heater was trying to keep the downstairs at a mere 67 degrees. The remote sensing device can be taken anywhere in the house. With one touch of the button it can be told to sense temperature from its location. We do this every night to keep our bedrooms comfortable. We are now able to sleep again at night. Plus the downstairs doesn't get too cold either as the heat still falls. Great option to have. On top of all that, the setup is easy. It walks you through every possible option for setting up your schedules. The display looks great and the touchscreen is very responsive.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By prezJT on May 18, 2012
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With all the hype Nest thermostats are getting I was a little reluctant to get this one. But I have to admit that especially with the Remote Sensor and Portable Remote control I am extremely happy with my purchase of the 2.0 kit. Its also nice that I can build more off of this kit. ie remote access. The only down side is that its a night light. I would prefer that the screen would turn off when inactive. But on the other end I can see from across the room what temperature the house is at any time. Oh and being a consumer (not knowing all the differences and details of versions) I had to return my original order for the 2.0 IAQ version so that it would work with my Air Exchanger and Humidifier.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Billy Fowler on December 20, 2013
I replaced my Climatouch C3 with the Prestige 2.0. The Climatouch had worked pretty well for the last 7 years, but it had a few issues and lacked certain features like humidity control. It took me about 15 minutes to install the Prestige, wireless outdoor sensor and the remote. I had played with the demo that I downloaded from Honeywell's website before I even got thermostat so I was already familiar with the setup. Honeywell markets this thermostat as an upsell for HVAC techs to sell to homeowners along with other Redlink devices. It's very easy to install. Don't let an HVAC tech or anyone for that matter tell you that you are not qualified or smart enough to install it.

This thermostat is no harder to install than the trendy Nest as long as you have a Common (C) wire. I fished a C wire from my furnace when I installed the Climatouch a few years ago. If you don't have a C wire you can use your fan wire (G) in place of it, but you will lose the ability to run your furnace fan without the heat or cool being on. Substituting the wire requires switching the (G) wire at the furnace from the (G) terminal to the (C) terminal and connecting the (G) wire at the thermostat to (C) leaving both (G) terminals empty.

The temperature stays more consistent in my house and while I'm sleeping I can keep my once cold bedroom a consistent temperature with the remote. I set the thermostat the use my A/C to dehumidify. If the humidity goes above my setting of 45% it will run the A/C up to a degree cooler to lower the humidity. You can set it to run it more than a degree cooler to reach your target humidity, but you will have to have a larger deadband between heat and cool if you use the auto changeover feauture. Now here is where there is an issue.
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