Overview: The Nest Temperature Sensor is designed to be used exclusively with
the Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd generation) or
Thermostat E. It monitors the temperature in the room, and wirelessly sends
the data to the connected Nest Thermostat. This allows you to program the
thermostat to keep that particular room at a certain temperature at certain
times of the day. The Temperature Sensor can be hung on a wall or placed on a
shelf. Dimensions: Diameter 1.968", Height 0.885", Weight 1.6 ounces.
Note: This package contains 3 Temperature Sensors.
Function: Most home HVAC systems have a centrally-located thermostat with
it's own temperature sensor. As the air around the thermostat varies from the
set temperature, the thermostat will turn on the heat or air conditioning. With
a remote Nest Temperature Sensor connected to your compatible Nest Thermostat,
the thermostat will keep that room's temperature at the set temperature. If the
bedroom gets too cool at night, adding a Temperature Sensor will keep that room
comfortable while you sleep. The Nest app lets you set the temperature for
specific rooms at different hours. For example, you can set the living room at
70° from 8 until 9 am, the bedroom at 65° from 9 pm until 6 am, and the
kitchen at 68° from 6 'til 8 am.
Capacity: You can add multiple Temperature Sensors to your home's
Nest-controlled HVAC system. Up to 6 Temperature Sensors are supported for each
connected thermostat. If you have multiple Nest Thermostats in your home, you
can have up to 18 Nest Temperature Sensors in your home.
Wireless: The Temperature Sensor sends its data to the Nest Thermostat via
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Typical range is up to 50 feet, however, the range
may vary depending upon your home's construction, wireless interference, or
Power Requirements: The Nest Temperature Sensor is powered by a single,
3-volt CR2 Lithium battery (installed). Typical battery life is up to 2 years.
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