Thermostats Frequently Asked Questions

What Does it Mean when Your Thermostat Says Temporary?
A thermostat that says "temporary" is in a temporary hold. It will hold the set temperature until the hold period expires or the hold is disabled. Learn about a temporary hold.
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Can I Control My Z-Wave Thermostats w/o Internet?
Z-Wave thermostats can be controlled without internet by using local Z-Wave control or remotely through cellular connectivity. Find out more about Z-Wave thermostats.
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What is a Temporary Hold on a Honeywell Thermostat?
When a Honeywell Thermostat is in a temporary hold, it will temporarily maintain the set temperature until a specified time. Learn more about the temporary hold feature.
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Why Won't My Honeywell Thermostat Connect to WIFI?
A Honeywell Thermostat won't connect to WIFI if the device is not compatible with WIFI or if there is a problem with the WIFI service. Learn how to use your Honeywell Thermostat.
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What is a Z-Wave Thermostat?
One way that a smart thermostat can communicate is across a Z-Wave network. These ingenious devices are great for smart home setups. Learn more about Z-Wave thermostats.
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Is a Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Z-Wave Compatible?
The IQ Panel 2 includes an integrated Z-Wave Plus controller for operating Z-Wave home automation devices. Up to 119 different Z-Wave devices can be programmed. Z-Wave devices can be controlled from the panel or from Alarm.com. Learn more about the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 and Z-Wave automation.
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Thermostat Econ Recovery vs Fast Recovery?
A common feature on most modern thermostats is for the user to choose between Econ Recovery and Fast Recovery. This is used to determine how much energy the system will use in raising or lowering the temperature and how long the full temperature adjustment will take. Learn more about this feature.
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