|Manufacturer||Nexia Home Intelligence|
|Item Weight||10.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 4.5 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||14942771|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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TRANE 14942771 Thermostat, Z-Wave, Works with Alexa
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- Works with Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately);7 day programmable with up to 4 schedules per day. Only supports single stage (Y1) cooling
- Remote Control: Monitor and adjust your home's temperature and reduce energy consumption through your smartphone, tablet, or PC
- Easy install: Most people install the Trane XR524 thermostat in 30 minutes or less. NOTE: A 24 Volt common and hot wire MUST be connected to the control for operation. See manual for more details.
- Use It On The Go: The XR524 is Z-Wave compatible for use with leading home automation systems such as Nexia Home Intelligence. Communications: 908.42 MHz (Z-Wave RF)
- Filter and Maintenance Reminders: Send maintenance notifications and filter alerts to help extend the life of your HVAC system
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Installation was a snap: Locate studs and wires in wall, drill, drive screws, then snip, strip, and screw down the wires. As long as you wrote down the old locations or can physically verify their purpose, it's that easy.
Programming took a minute, mostly because I had to go verify the type of a/c heating system I had, but was pretty simple. Instructions could have been clearer or more complete (some options are just about undocumented), but I guess that's because they don't expect homeowners to be adjusting them.
Setting the schedule was a breeze, and while it could be nice to have one or two more set points throughout the day (there are 4: wake, day, eve, night), it's sufficient for my purposes. After setting Monday and Saturday, copying to the rest of the week took just a couple seconds.
Swing (I guess that's what it is) seems pretty wide by default. After reaching a set temperature, the A/C remains off for a while (even if the temperature goes outside the set range by a degree--seems like it wont kick back on unless it goes two degrees past the setting). Not a big deal, may want to adjust your normal settings to compensate.
The circulate fan mode (which automatically cycles the fan on and off for a set period) seemed to work at first, but after programming the schedule and setting the mode to auto (rather than heat or cool), it doesn't seem to run other than when the a/c or heat is on (which can be quite a long interval if the outdoor temperature is moderate and you have good insulation). I'm not sure if that's a feature or a bug, but I would appreciate it if it would run the fan when the a/c and heat have been off for a while (maybe a configurable period from 30m to 24h).
zwave paired with my nortek usb zwave controller quickly, and works well with homeassistant for reporting and controlling the temperature and fan settings remotely (though there are four seemingly redundant nodes). Setting up automation and scripting is tedious, but I think that is more to do with homeassistant than this thermostat. Sending commands works (it puts the thermostat in "temporary override" mode), just need to figure out how to format the configuration of homeassistant. Temperature (target, min, and max), fan (and fan speed if your system supports it), and away mode (schedule, away, vacation) are all reported and configurable via zwave. There are alao some other undocumented options, but I haven't figured out what they do yet.
Like many others replacing older thermostat I had to connect the spare wire in my wiring bundle at the furnace and the new thermostat to the C terminal. After the thermostat is in service for a few days I will still need to adjust the Current Temp as covered in the documentation. The documentation provided is very small print, recommend just searching for manual online, it is much easier to read. I like the large bright display that dims and is still very easy to see.
If you are using HomeSeer skill in Alexa you will find that the Heat To and Cool To titles are reversed and the Current Temp is displayed in Celsius regardless of thermostat settings in the Alexa display.
Controlled by HomeSeer controller but thermostat clock gains time and has to be rescanned to correct time. The rescan creates a child field that needs to be deleted each time you rescan.
It displays correctly with my HS3TOUCH app and I am pleased with the thermostat.
Not being one to quit, I started searching the internet, and finally, I realized that these new smart thermostats need a C-wire. I tried to use a jump wire with my 4 wire installation, in one of my failed attempts. Luckily, hidden behind the wall of my 18 gauge wire bundle, I found the 5th wire. It wasn't connected to the air handler, so I had to take the air handler apart and connect the 5th wire to the C terminal, then I did the say to the thermostat. After turning the power back on, it all worked perfectly.
So, good product so far with easy connection via zwave, but I wish the manual would have discussed the need for a c-wire.