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Honeywell TH6220WF2006/U Lyric T6 Pro Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat with Stages Up to 2 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pump or 2 Heat/2 Cool Conventional
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|Brand Name||Honeywell Home|
|Controller Type||Amazon Alexa , HomeKit|
|Ean||0696498759553 , 0085267183925|
|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||085267183925 , 696498759553|
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|Are batteries required?||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Display Type||Manual||—||Digital||—||Digital||8.06 sq.in. Tri-Lingual|
|Item Dimensions||5.00 x 2.30 x 6.00 inches||4.00 x 4.00 x 1.25 inches||3.75 x 5.88 x 1.00 inches||3.50 x 4.50 x 0.88 inches||5.75 x 1.50 x 3.50 inches||0.87 x 4.50 x 3.50 inches|
The T Series programmable thermostat streamlines everything from product selection and installation to customer service and support. With a standard footprint and simple interface, the T Series will enhance the entire thermostat experience for you and your customers alike. made in United States. Manufactured by Honeywell.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5 x 2.3 x 6 inches; 4 Ounces
- Item model number : TH6220WF2006/U
- Batteries : 2 AA batteries required.
- Date First Available : December 5, 2016
- Manufacturer : Honeywell
- ASIN : B071GRB33D
- Best Sellers Rank: #11,298 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
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The application also made it easy at the same time to add it to my Apple HomeKit for the house location.
Anyway I replaced my Honeywell Lyric Round with a Schneider Wiser smart thermostat when my Round died 2 years and 1 month after I bought it (one month out of warranty). The Lyric Round had another major flaw (other than dying) that soured me (see below) so I decided to try the Schneider Wiser instead of another Honeywell product. However when I came home on three different occasions to find my home at around 47, 52 and 55 and the Schneider indicating it was 67 in the house (therefor NOT turning the furnace on) that was enough. Had I been away longer my pipes and possibly my cat would have froze.
The Schneider doesn't offer the geofence feature which was a real plus for me with the Honeywell. You can download an app for your android to monitor the temp and provide some type of geofence with the Schneider but it is a generic app that Schneider doesn't really support. Either way I wouldn't risk my cat or pipes freezing again. So I returned the Schneider Wiser. I really liked the Honeywell Home app with built in geofence so I ended up buying a Honeywell Lyric T6 wireless that works with the Honeywell Home app.
The Honeywell Lyric T6 also doesn't have the flaw that the Lyric Round had when using a lithium battery without a C wire because you don't have the option to use a battery in the first place. I replaced the first battery after about a year with no problems being it wasn't dead or even indicating weak.
You see the problem is that Honeywell in its ultimate wisdom feels a dying battery only rated a 'notice' on your phone. A notice that gets buried under hundreds of other notices. However Honeywell thinks the humidity dropping below 31 rates an ALERT that you can't miss on your phone and in the app. When I found the weak battery notices buried under all the other notices (user has gone outside the geofence. user is home, etc.) after the heat went off (while I was home thankfully) I couldn't believe Honeywell designed such garbage. That to me is a major flaw. That to me is just plain STUPID.
Using a C wire eliminates the battery and the major flaw the Lyric Round had if you used the lithium battery option (just a bad choice that shouldn't even be offered in the first place). With the Lyric T6 you have to use a C wire (no battery option). Both the Lyric T6 and Schneider Wiser came with a C wire adapter. So I decided to give Honeywell another chance.
With the Lyric T6 we can fly to Vegas for a week in the winter after filling the auto-cat feeder, liter box and setting up my web cams to check up on the cat AND monitor the temp with the Honeywell Home app. I wouldn't try that with the Schneider after the first time it screwed up.
The Lyric T6 hasn't tried to freeze my cat . . . yet.
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As long as you have a good WiFi signal for them to connect to they work great; that modem/WiFi box hiding beside the furnace in the basement will NOT cut it.
We are using the app on 3 different phones with the scheduling and GeoFencing and have had zero issues. I can turn the temperature up from my bed when I am woken up by the Better Half to be told "I'm Cold".
The sycronizing between the thermostat and the Honeywell App on my android cell phone went very smooth and now I control and see everything on my App. I’d recommend it to anyone who would like to replace his standard old thermostat by a new one. You’ll love it!
App installation was somewhat long and not very intuitive.
Overall happy with it, you can set a range for your temperature (low and high) however if you have it in heat mode and it goes above the high temp it won’t automatically switch to cool mode to keep you in your range. And vice versa.
Overall it does the job for a good price.
Thermostat goes back and will look for another one where deadband is adjustable.