Honeywell T6 Z-Wave Thermostat

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Honeywell t6 z wave thermostat smart thermostat

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The Honeywell T6 Z-Wave Thermostat has a simple, clean UI that allows basic heating and cooling control, as well as other specialized functions. Buy the T6 Z-Wave Thermostat here.
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The Honeywell T6 Z-Wave Thermostat was originally branded as the Lyric T6 Pro Z-Wave thermostat. To avoid confusion with the Lyric alarm system lineup, Honeywell decided to simplify. The T6 Z-Wave is an excellent choice for almost any HVAC installation, ranging from residential to commercial environments.

Although there are several options when it comes to smart thermostats, the T6 Z-Wave is the ideal Z-Wave thermostat for those without common power (aka C-wire). Honeywell was able to engineer this device to function effectively on battery power. If there is a C-wire (generally 24VAC from the HVAC equipment), the thermostat will operate as a "routing slave" node on your Z-Wave mesh network. This means that it will have the ability to "route", or allow, another Z-Wave device or "node" to "hop" through it as it repeats the signal back to the controller. Z-wave networks support up to 4 of these "hops." For those familiar with Z-Wave technology, battery powered devices do not support this hopping feature. That means if the T6 is used on battery mode, it will not support the hopping function. Plan your network topology accordingly to ensure that your other AC-Powered routing/hopping devices are strategically located.

This thermostat has a simple, clean UI that allows basic heating and cooling control, as well as other specialized functions. The initial setup is a breeze compared with some of the other smart thermostats on the market, and we have been impressed with the Z-Wave reliability. The T6 will integrate with most Z-Wave controllers, and we have already tested it with the Honeywell Lyric Controller running the latest firmware at the time of release. The flexibility that this thermostat offers in terms of its ability to operate without a C-wire, along with its ability to reliably integrate with Alarm.com or Total Connect 2.0 via Z-Wave, makes it our favorite smart thermostat to date!

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Hi Brett, The T6 does not shoe an outside temperature. It will only display the indoor temperature and what you set your A/C to.
Is this thermostat capable of displaying outdoor temperature?
It looks like its the same device. You should be able to use the same mounting base.
Is this different than the TH6320WF2003? Also would this be interchangeable with the existing wiring and mount for my existing T6 thermostat?
Thank you for the prompt reply. To clarify my earlier question regarding the outdoor temperature. The T6 thermostat has the outdoor probe, so I was wondering if the Texido displayed the outdoor temperature from the T6? I know there are times when the field devices have more features that are not passed through to the home automation controllers. Anyone have a screen shot of the Tuxedo showing the T6? Thx
Good question! So, this will work with the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch panel, due to the Tuxedo being a Z-Wave remote/receiver. So long as the Tuxedo has the latest firmware. Also, when you mention "Outdoor temp" I assume you are referring to weather services. In this case, you will be able to see the weather both on the Tuxedo and via TotalConnect. Here is a link to the new Tuxedo Firmware revision as well: https://www.alarmgrid.com/blog/honeywell-tuxedo-touch-software-revision-5-dot-3-21-dot-0
Has this unit been tested with the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch panel? If so, does anyone know if the outdoor temp is displayed on the Tuxedo display and also on the server side (remote in)? Thx.
Hey Honus, That is a great question you have there. So, the "Honeywell T6 Z-Wave Thermostat" will support 2 stages, however, it is uncertain if that would equate to damper support. It would be best to confer with an HVAC tech to acquire a deeper understanding! Thank you for your question, however!
Does the outdoor sensor allow the thermostat to open auxiliary damper for outside fresh air upon temp differential?
If the Thermostat is connected to a Total Connect account then a firmware update can be sent to it. Unfortunately, Honeywell has not released a function where it will have the ability to program where it would turn off heating/cooling system if a perimeter zone has been faulted for a period time, but hopefully your thermostat would detect the temp change and turn on/off accordingly.
Is this thermostat firmware upgradable? Also, will this thermostat have the ability to program where it would turn off heating/cooling system if a premeter zone has been faulted for more than so long and then resume operation when premeter zones have been closed?
Thank you!! Will I be able to program this thermostat where heating/cooling system will automatically turn off if a door/window has been left open for more than so long?
Yes, this will work with your current L7000.
I’m thinking about getting this thermostat for my house in the future. Will this thermostat work with my current L7000 alarm panel?
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