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My unit has AA batteries in it, so battery life depends on what quality of battery you buy. I got about a year and a bit because I put in Duracell Coppertop. Maybe the new Lithium will be better for longevity.
By B. Brewer on December 13, 2013
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My thermostat displays the low at 35 degrees. It didn't allow for lower.
By Michael Garza on February 4, 2014
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I have been using it with my MiCasaVerde Vera Lite controller for nearly 2 years now. Have had no issues at all and if you don't have electrical running to it, the batteries lasts around a year before you need to replace the 2 AAA batteries which is very nice.
By R. Yanchick on January 9, 2014
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Normally, if you spend the money to have separate zones, you would also spend a little more to have separate thermostats... one located upstairs to control that zone, and a second downstairs. This would allow you to reduce your heating and cooling costs and increase the comfort in whichever zone is actively being used… see more Normally, if you spend the money to have separate zones, you would also spend a little more to have separate thermostats... one located upstairs to control that zone, and a second downstairs. This would allow you to reduce your heating and cooling costs and increase the comfort in whichever zone is actively being used. On the other hand, if you choose to just wire both zones to the same thermostat, then yes, this should work as well as your old one. see less
By John Braden on July 9, 2015
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This question made me think a bit.....I don't recall ever having to reset the thermostat. And, I know we've lost power a few times. Hope this helps!
By Tinkerbell on September 18, 2013
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C is needed if you want to power the device and use it as a repeater. Otherwise you'll be on battery.
By Chris C Kruger on September 17, 2014
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Yes, as long as you have a certified z-wave gateway such as a Raspberry Pi B+. My company utilizes all z-wave products for all of our clients that have second and third homes that want this extra security with HVAC, Water, Electric, Garage Doors, Fireplaces, Lighting and so on.
By Tom Dieffenbach on December 30, 2014
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Yes, When you touch the screen, the backlight comes on.
By Erik Mitchell on December 29, 2014
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I didn't have a C wire when I installed my thermostat. From what I can figure, the C wire is used for power, and the batteries will kick in when the power goes out. My previous thermostat was programmable with batteries. The batteries lasted a long time in that thermostat.
You can set the temperature range where you wa… see more
I didn't have a C wire when I installed my thermostat. From what I can figure, the C wire is used for power, and the batteries will kick in when the power goes out. My previous thermostat was programmable with batteries. The batteries lasted a long time in that thermostat.
You can set the temperature range where you want and leave it. For some reason, my Vera 3 set up 3 thermostats. 2 are like ghost thermostats, and 1 is the real one. But, I can access and control that thermostat from anywhere. I also set the poling time lower so that it checks the temperature on the thermostat more often. I think I set it at 1/2 hour. see less

By Patrick Glunt on March 18, 2014