Honeywell ZWSTAT Zwave Thermostat
It has been discontinued and replaced with the Honeywell Z-wave Thermostat.
This Honeywell ZWSTAT Zwave Thermostat is a touchscreen thermostat that is programmable and z-wave enabled. It also comes with a little converter that changes 4 wires to five wires. So you can power your thermostat without having to run an additional wire. Most Zwave thermostats do not have this little handy part. However, other zwave thermostats use battery power to get the extra power needed for a touchscreen and zwave. This one just uses this handy converter.
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This Honeywell ZWSTAT Zwave Thermostat is a touchscreen thermostat that is programmable and z-wave enabled. It also comes with a little converter that changes 4 wires to five wires. So you can power your thermostat without having to run an additional wire. Most Zwave thermostats do not have this little handy part. However, other zwave thermostats use battery power to get the extra power needed for a touchscreen and zwave. This one just uses this handy converter. It has been discontinued and replaced with the Honeywell Z-wave Thermostat.
What Honeywell has to say
Honeywell, the number one choice of homeowners and the world’s leading brand for temperature control, continues their tradition of excellence and quality with the ZWSTAT Z-Wave® Thermostat. ZWSTAT communicates via z-wave with the ADT Pulse Gateway, ZBRIDGE Z-Wave® Energy Management Module, Tuxedo Keypad, Vista Automation Module, or any other z-wave controller to enable automatic control with Honeywell’s leading security systems, making it an ideal addition to any Z-Wave connected home or building.
Additionally, precise temperature control enables ZWSTAT to provide better comfort, fewer temperature swings, and more energy conservation. Users can also create keypad lockouts in homes and businesses. This is an excellent way to save money and energy by curtailing children and unauthorized personnel from adjusting the thermostat. In addition, other notable features include the ability to alternate between heating and cooling based on temperature settings, alerts to change air filters and pads, fan circulation and more.
Honeywell ZWSTAT Zwave Thermostat Premium Features:
- Adaptive Intelligent Recovery: Allows the thermostat to “learn” how long the furnace and air conditioner take to reach programmed settings, so the temperature is reached at the scheduled time.
- Keypad Lockouts: Optional “range stops” can be created to keep temperature settings limited to a minimum/maximum setting—ideal for retail and residential applications where employees and children may attempt to adjust thermostats.
- Reminders: ZWSTAT can alert homeowners to clean and change air filters and humidifier/dehumidifier filters and pads—helping to maximize performance and efficiency while conserving energy. ZWSTAT Z-WAVE® THERMOSTAT
- Auto Change Over: ZWSTAT can automatically change between heating and cooling based upon indoor temperature. As a result, the homeowner will not have to manually change the thermostat to turn on the heat during early morning cool periods and turn off the heat during warmer periods of the day. (User can also select Manual Change Over)
- Fan Circulation: The fan circulation feature moves air when heating or cooling is not required—saving energy and helping to eliminate hot and cold spots.
- Seamlessly integrates with Z-Wave systems
- Universal application (see compatibility chart)
- Effortless, menu-driven programming
- Guides users through programming by responding to their choices
- Allows users to easily customize the thermostat for their own unique schedules
- Choose from a seven day programmable or non-programmable schedule
- Up to four daily periods
- Program to save up to 33% on annual heating and cooling costs*
- Allows consumer to put thermostat into an energy savings mode separately from other Z-Wave devices
- Multiple HOLD options
- Real-time clock keeps time during power failures
- Automatically updates for Daylight Savings Time
*Honeywell programmable thermostats can save homeowners up to 33%, or up to $200 a year, on annual heating and cooling costs. Numbers based on average annual utility costs of $1500 with 50% going to heating and cooling costs and 33% savings if used as directed. Savings may vary depending on geographic region and usage. See www.energystar.gov for more information.