Nest’s Learning thermostat can be controlled from anywhere on a smartphone. Farsight shows users the temperature, weather or time with the choice of a digital or analog clock face. It enables users to know which room should be a certain temperature at a certain time of day.
Johnson Controls’ TEC3000 series smart thermostat is designed for multiple applications with traditional and smart equipment. It is available in networked, wireless or standalone models. The full-color, 4.2-in. LCD touchscreen delivers real-time status in plain text messages. It includes a USB port to cut installation time.
Ecobee’s SmartThermostat with voice control uses time-of-use electricity rates. Eco+ technology precools or preheats the home at times of day when electricity prices are low. Users select from five preferred savings levels, and the thermostat’s schedule and settings are optimized
TayMac's clear, polycarbonate thermostat covers have rotating, removable hinge that makes it easier to adjust the thermostat. It has a tumbler lock that prevents the lid from being removed when closed and can be mounted in four directions.
Ecobee’s Ecobee4 voice-enabled smart thermostat enables users to adjust temperature and comfort settings easily from a mobile app. It comes with a room sensor to help manage hot or cold spots and built-in Amazon Alexa Voice Service so users can perform additional tasks.
Warmup’s 4iE thermostat is compatible with floor heating, baseboards, wall heaters and fan-forced air. It can program itself using a smartphone location and the occasional override. Users can vary their settings by zone and will receive recommendations for the best settings for each room based on usage. It automatically suggests ways to save energy. It can be controlled with the...