Nest Learning Thermostat

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Nest Learning Thermostat 2nd Gen
Nest 3rd Gen Learning Thermostat
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
Compatibility Officially Supported
Manufacturer Nest
Model/Part # 3rd Gen
Network Type WiFi
Category(s) HVAC
Access Control, Security & Monitoring
Type(s) Thermostat
Monitoring
Sub-Type(s) Temperature
Humidity

PRODUCT FEATURES
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CONFIRMED WORKING: Officially Supported

Nest 3rd Gen Learning Thermostat


OVERVIEW


Just turn it up and down. The Nest learning thermostat learns the temperatures you like and creates a custom schedule for your home. Nest automatically turns itself down after you leave so you're not heating or cooling an empty home. You can control it from anywhere using your phone, tablet, or laptop. And energy history lets you see how much energy you use and why. In independent studies, Nest saved an average of 10-12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills. That means it can pay for itself in under two years.

KEY FEATURES


  • Auto-Schedule - Nest remembers the temperatures you like and programs itself. Easy install - Most homeowners install Nest themselves in 30 minutes or less. After that, it's just a matter of changing the temperature
  • Auto-Away - Nest saves energy by automatically turning itself down when you're away
  • Remote control - Connect Nest to Wi-Fi to control it from your smartphone, laptop or tablet
  • The Nest Learning Thermostat works with 95% of 24V heating and cooling systems, including gas, electric, forced air, heat pump, radiant, oil, hot water, solar and geothermal. Heating: 1,2, and 3 stages (W1, W2, W3) Cooling: 1 and 2 stages (Y1, Y2) Heat pump: with auxiliary and emergency heat (O/B, AUX, E) Humidifier or dehumidifier (HUM, DEHUM) Fan (G) Power (C, RH, RC)

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DISCLAIMER

  1. Although I do my best to verify every product that is reported as compatible, things do change.
    • Firmware updates to either hub might render previously-compatible devices inoperable. Usually, problems like this are reported and addressed by Wink.
  2. Inclusion in this Wiki is a very good indicator of compatibility, but is not a guarantee.
    • One thing to be aware of is that "ZWave Plus" devices might not work with the Wink Hub (1st version), though they should work with the Wink Hub 2.
  3. I use a Wink Hub 2 as my primary controller.
    • My testing is done on the Wink Hub 2.
    • I try to find out if devices reported by others are Hub 1 or Hub 2, but I'm not always able to find out.
  4. I am a beta tester.
    • This means my hub might work with a device that won't work for the general public.
    • I try to avoid adding article for devices that are only compatible with the Wink beta firmware, but sometimes, something slips through.
    • If I report that it works, but it does not work for you, chances are it will start working for you in the near future.