|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.75 x 1.5 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||RTH6580WF1001/W1|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||C-wire required|
|Installation Method||Mounting hardwear|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Plug Profile||Not Applicable|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium|
Honeywell Home Wi-Fi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat (RTH6580WF), Requires C Wire, Works with Alexa
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- “Compatibility is Required” Works with virtually any system type except electric baseboards. But Please Note: C-Wire is required for this thermostat to receive power. If you do not have a C-wire, you may be able to use the C-Wire adapter (sold separately) or a G-wire jumper cable which is included with this thermostat. Use of the G-wire jumper cable will allow you to power the thermostat without a C-Wire; however using the G-wire solution means that you will no longer have independent fan control, although the fan will still run while your system is on.
- 7 day programming with 4 program periods per day can be configured to meet almost any scheduling scenario for ultimate flexibility.
- Wi-Fi enabled thermostat allows for remote access via smart-phone or computer, free smart-phone app for iPhone, iPad and Android operating systems.
- Ability to view local weather from web portal or app, Wink App Ready - No Wink Hub Required.
- In the box you will find: Thermostat, Wall plate (attached to thermostat), Screws and anchors, Quick Start Guide, Thermostat ID Card, Wire labels, User Guide, Quick Reference Card, G Wire Jumper Cable.
- Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, Samsung SmartThings, IFTTT, Bonomi, Wink, and Stringy (devices sold separately)
- See Product Manuals below in “Technical Specification” for more information.
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Highly rated Total Connect Comfort App
- Remotely view and control the temperature of the home
- 7 Day programming
- Activate temporary or permanent hold
- Smart Alerts - High/low temperature, loss of connection to network
- View local weather
- Control the system and fan
Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat
Save Energy and Maintain Comfort from Anywhere
The Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat is designed for the way you live - connected and online. You can control it from anywhere in the house or anywhere in the world.
Control your indoor temperature settings with the touch of a button by downloading the free app to monitor your heating and cooling systems from your laptop, tablet or smartphone.
The Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat also works with leading smart home companies including Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT, and Samsung SmartThings.
- Extensive compatibility - Connects with nearly all heating and cooling system types. Not compatible with 110-volt or greater systems such as electric baseboard heat.
- Connects to your existing home network - Convenient Wi-Fi capabilities offer a secure and reliable connection.
- Control the temperature from anywhere - Download the app from iTunes or GooglePlay and adjust your thermostat from your smartphone, tablet or laptop, even when you're miles away.
- Smart Response technology learns your schedule - It provides cozy temperatures and ensures energy efficiency by learning your preferred heating and cooling cycles.
- Customizable climate control for every day of the week: 7-day programming and up to 4 program periods per day to keep your home comfortable. Permanent and temporary hold options.
- The large, easy-to-read display helps you maintain consistent comfort - Easily navigate the display to control your indoor temperatures.
Large, easy-to-read display
Highly rated, easy-to-use Total Comfort Control App
Compatible with most systems
Energy Star Certified Thermostat
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Photos are of the old base and new base.
The WiFi capabilities are much more than what I could ask for. Only gripe I have about the WiFi is that it is not dual band and only works with 2.4ghz networks. The app is simple to use and offers a few more benefits than using the thermostat on the wall. With the app, you can group days you want to have the same schedule and set them all at once. You can also set a hold for a specified amount of time. If you change the temperature it will say hold until your next set point. Then you can change that time to whatever you want. Then at the end of the hold it will automatically return to the schedule. It also works with Alexa once you have enabled the Honeywell Skill.
Here are things that I don't like, but are not enough to take a star away.
-There is no battery backup and it requires a C Wire. But since it's on WiFi, it will automatically set itself if you disconnect or if there is a power outage.
-There are no reminders to tell you that you need to change your filter.
-If you manually change the temperature, it will show "hold until XX:XX" on the screen instead of the actual time. They could have programmed it to also show the current time at the top corner or something.
All in all, it is a GREAT thermostat. The WiFi capabilities are nice, and if you forget about the WiFi or the WiFi stops working, it's still a GREAT thermostat. If you don't need all the fancy features of the nest or ecobee, then this is the thermostat for you. I just want to be able to change my temperature if my schedule randomly changes, and this allows me to do that. I am more than satisfied.
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That was not the case. I popped off my old one and found that I was missing the C wire and me being electrically challenged, I called my local electrician to come and install it for me. It took him and hour and me $50 more bucks to have it installed. Well that is what I get for not having any electrical skills.
Now to hook it up to Wi-Fi... That was another hour of my time reviewing comments, watching youtube and trying to find out what exactly I needed to do.
Step One - go to your settings one your phone/tablet then wifi and add your unsecured device to your wifi profile. This was the step I wasnt getting. I downloaded the app and tried to do it that way but no go.
Once you understand that step, the rest is easy to follow.
Yikes - I thought this would be a breeze but it took way to long. Now that everything is hooked up and working, I am happy.
Update one month later - I was really happy with this purchase but the heat mode turn itself off twice which can be disasterous in our cold Canadian climate. I contacted Honeywell support and they said
*** The thermostat should not switch itself from Heat to off. Either the thermostat is going bad, or the voltages it is receiving from the heating/cooling system are out of required range, which would make the thermostat malfunction. Take a volt meter and check***
Well that isnt going to happen because that would be another 50 bucks for an electrician. The window for returns closed on Feb 2nd and it is the 13th now... I might be stuck with a lemon.
Too bad they didn't update the firmware to allow scheduling of the fan only. Also sometimes the APP shows the fan running when it isn't. Using the APP for programming the schedule is much easier than trying to do it on the keypad. The setup requires codes from the manual - this is a bit of a PITA and could have used English prompts and you need the manual to do this. It doesn't require any batteries - gets it's power from the R and C connections so no operational batteries to replace or run down. Doesn't use much data for wifi access. I figure about 200-300 mb per month however Honeywell doesn't know this. I use this for a cabin to monitor the temp and only have 1GB per month so data usage is important. Some wifi tstat's don't send and e-mail on low or high temp - and this one does - part of the Honeywell APP which works well and can handle multiple tstats.
As delivered, the unit displays in degrees F. Living in Canada, I wanted degrees C and it unfortunately took me a while to figure how to adjust that setting. You actually need the user's manual in hand when working on the settings because the unit will only display numbers for the functions and their options. In my case, I needed function 14 set to 1... That is not very user friendly, especially for a WiFi device that has a large display and which can, so they claim, be voice operated through Alexa. I took one star off for that reason. For those who may be interested, this model does not display, monitor or even less control the indoor relative humidity level. The installation instructions are well written, especially in French for that matter, the quick start guide has the bulk of what you need to get it going quickly, including WiFi setup and creating a web account. Since that the unit is powered by the legacy 24 VAC relay transformer present in all heating/cooling systems, be prepared to possibly have to fiddle with the "C" wire... however, help is only a phone call away! The unit needs no battery, all settings are kept in flash memory so the unit operation resumes automatically when mains power return. I am happy with this purchase and recommend it.
If you have a straight forward wiring setup (IE the dreaded "C" wire present) then installation is a breeze.
I have an old Lennox pulse furnace and found that there is no "C" wire on it. Too complicate things even more , my wiring needed to be updated from the thermostat to the furnace.
After some research, I found out that the "T' connection at the furnace is in fact the "C" wire connection at the thermostat. Why Lennox labels it differently I don't know.
I ran a new wire by using the old wire to pull it from the thermostat location downstairs to the furnace.
Once I had the wiring sorted, the instructions for install were straight forward. If you have even moderate abilities as a handy man, you don't need to get this professionally installed. The wiring is straight forward and ,as stated, the instructions are easy to follow.
Getting the thermostat 'on line' was a bit cumbersome, but not too bad. The WIFI aspect was quite easy , just registering online was a bit tedious.
Once set up this thing works like a dream. Both the app and the website work very well.
I did have to change one setting on the thermostat itself because it was cycling my furnace on and off every 5 minutes. Upon reading the manual more thoroughly, I found that a high efficiency furnace has a different setting than the default factory setting. Once that was set, the furnace operates as per normal.
I replaced an old Honeywell thermostat with this WIFI version and found that this one looks a bit more bulky than the old one(see pictures) . That is due to the fact that the new one is small side to side but deeper than the old one. Maybe something to keep in mind?
I would definitely purchase this thermostat again! My schedule is all over the place and having the ability to set the temperature remotely means that I will save money and have a warm house to come home to :-)
First, create an account on the web site and activate the account but don't add the thermostat yet.
I had my heat pump technician to install it. If you have done it before, the hardware side is maybe 10 minutes.
Before you connect the WiFi, you need to go through the settings [see the booklet] to configure the type of heat pump, whether using WiFi, Fahrenheit or Celsius, etc.
Next, setup the WiFi using a tablet or a laptop. Using a smartphone isn't recommended.
Disconnect your current WiFi and then search for the thermostat in your WiFi connections. Connect [no password] and then go to the internal web site of the thermostat. Connect to your WiFi. You will need to log into your account, enter the ID and CRC codes and confirm you are physically there next to the thermostat.
Once confirmed, you can install the "TC" app on your tablet and/or smartphone. Note that the smartphone version has limitations.
Make sure you keep a copy of the ID and CRC codes somewhere where you can get to it. Keep the instructions and/or get a PDF off the Honeywell web site.
Note that even though I bought this from amazon Canada, the instructions came in English and Spanish!
Watch the videos for the setup on YouTube.
It would be nice if their was a log of how much the system is running or something, seems like it would be easy to integrate.
Two Tips: You must have the C-Wire installed at the thermostat location. If you don't have the C-Wire there are kits that professionals can install to allow current wiring to be C-Wire capable.
When setting up Wi-fi the thermostat will time-out after ten minutes. So if you've downloaded the Honeywell app and nothing happens when you connect to the 'New Thermostat' wi-fi connection. The thermostat has probably timed out. Just reset the thermostat by pulling the unit off the wall mount and put it back on. Then try connecting again and follow instructions. Try from a laptop if easier than a smartphone.
Would buy again and recommend no problem.
You cannot use Alexa or google th o turn the fan on and off, you can only turn off the unit or turn on off the heat or cold. We have a fireplace and the ability to turn on off the fan was almost the point of buying this. So that is a fail not being able to use voice calls...
A lot of companies are starting to do this, you must pas through their app, their service that connects to iot. Not cool, calls should be made directly to the unit without the need of third party intervention.