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Echo Dot (2nd Generation) - Black + Honeywell Lyric T5 Wi-Fi Thermostat
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- This bundle contains the Echo Dot (2nd Generation) and the Honeywell T5 Wi-Fi Thermostat.
- When you connect the Echo Dot with the Honeywell Thermostat (in the Alexa App), you can control the thermostat by voice using Alexa.
- Echo Dot connects to the Alexa Voice Service to play music, ask questions, make calls, control the smart home, provide information, news, sports scores, weather, and more-instantly.
- Honeywell Lyric T5 has 7-Day Flexible Scheduling or Location Based Temperature control to provide maximum comfort. Adaptive recovery learns how long it takes to achieve the right temperature and automatically runs the system to reach the desired temperature when you want it.
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Add Voice Control To Your Thermostat
Echo Dot and Honeywell Lyric T5 Thermostat communicate through a Wi-Fi connection which enables temperature control by voice. Simply ask Alexa to turn up the thermostat and continue to enjoy your favorite book in comfort.
Echo Dot (2nd Generation)
Echo Dot is a hands-free, voice-controlled device with a small built-in speaker—it can also connect to your speakers or headphones over Bluetooth or through a 3.5 mm audio cable to deliver stereo sound to the speakers you choose. Dot connects to the Alexa Voice Service to play music, make calls, send and receive messages, control smart home, provide information, news, sports scores, weather, and more—instantly.
Lyric T5 Wi-Fi Thermostat
The Lyric T5 Thermostat allows you to take comfort knowing your home temperature will always be just how you like it. It’s easy to install and use and conveniently fits in with your lifestyle. You can program it based on your schedule, or let it adapt to your life as plans change with location based temperature control. Connect with the Lyric T5 Wi-Fi Thermostat from anywhere with your smartphone or tablet maximizing comfort when you’re at home and saving you money on your energy bills.
Echo Dot + Lyric T5 Thermostat
The bundle contains both the Echo Dot (2nd Generation) and the Honeywell Lyric T5 Wi-Fi Thermostat. The two devices can be connected via the Honeywell skill in the Alexa app. After the skill is enabled, ask Alexa to raise or lower the temperature.
How To Connect
In the Alexa mobile app, go to the menu, and then select Skills.
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Once working, I like it so far. Geo-fencing worked yesterday and and after a couple tries Alexa was hooked up as well.
Here's what tech support mailed me for supported WiFi. I have yet to mess with my router to see what is not compatible.
1. IP address has to be dynamic.
2. Router needs to broadcast signal 2.4ghz.
3. The following ports open: 80 443 113.
4. Password needs to be alphanumeric.
5. Thermostats are not compatible with the following security settings:
WPA AES PSK
WPA2 TKIP PSK
If router is set to one of those two above it would have to be changed to something else.
6. Set Google Public DNS as the DNS service 7. Enter IP addresses 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 as primary/secondary DNS server
Protocol / Security Standards
Honeywell's Wi-Fi thermostats are compatible with the following Wi-Fi security standards:
WPA TKIP PSK
WPA2 AES PSK
WPA2 MIXED PSK
They are NOT compatible with the following:
WPA AES PSK
WPA2 TKIP PSK
change the router settings to one of the supported settings above. If you are unsure how to do this, please contact the router manufacturer Mac ID and CRC displayed on stat, insert card, and back of stat. There is a dropdown box on the registration screen @ mytotal connect to select wi-fi stat or gateway device.
That said, there was a serious issue, that YOU may want to know about: this thermostat requires 4 WIRES and not 3, as older homes usually have. The reason for this is because this thing needs a constant 24 volts, in order to maintain your Wi-Fi connection, whereas older thermostats used batteries for backup in the event the power went out. I didn't find this out until I unpacked it and had my older one off the wall, ready to install it...to my chagrin I found that I lacked a wire, and thus, I began reading the instructions. Long story short, I was fortunate, in that my house already had a wire bundle with the wires that I needed, but only the three were being used- the fourth was simply tucked away, for the last 14 years, waiting for me to discover it. Once I plugged the thermostat in, after connecting everything that was required, I was again disappointed to see no life, nothing on the screen! Turns out, that other wire, although being plugged in to my new thermostat, wasn't plugged into the power source, the main circuit board in my furnace/air handler in the attic! Once I climbed up there and discovered that, I plugged it right in to the empty slot where it was just waiting to go, and wallah- everything worked perfectly!
So, before you start looking to rewire your house, or purchase one of those "add-a-wire" kits (that they also sell on Amazon), make sure your house isn't ALREADY wired up! You'll be glad you did!
Also, if you end up doing anything I just mentioned, be sure to cut the power to you air handler/AC before you begin work, as you wouldn't want to get zapped.
We used this to upgrade our Honeywell Wi-Fi 9000 thermostat. It works like any typical thermostat, but with the additional features of:
-Control your thermostat while away from the house with your phone
-Sets the thermostat to away/home based on the location of your phone(s) - Geo-fencing feature
The geo-fencing feature is the best aspect of this thermostat. It has worked flawlessly for us. I have it setup to use mine and my wife's phone as triggers based on our arrival/departure. As long as one of us is in the home, the thermostat stays in "Home" mode. We have to both leave for it to go to "Away."
Only potential drawback to this setup would be if we both left leaving the kids at home with a sitter. It would put the thermostat in "Away" mode and might get too cool/warm based on the season. This does not have the potential to occur often, and is easily over-ridden by anyone in the home adjusting the thermostat. Not enough of a negative feature to take anything away from the thermostat.
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