Control Climate

Set the temperature throughout the house, or a different temperature in every room. To view and control:

  • All thermostats in the house: Tap the Climate tile on the Home screen. The Climate screen displays the current temperature, status, and temperature control for each thermostat.

  • A thermostat in a room: Tap a Room tile for a room that has a thermostat. The Room View displays the current temperature, status, and temperature control for the thermostat in the Room Services section.

Tap the thermostat name for additional thermostat controls.

Set the Temperature

Slide the circular temperature gauge, or tap the + and - buttons, to change the temperature for the room.

Mode

NOTE: The configurable settings may vary depending on the thermostat functionality. For more information, refer to the thermostat documentation.

Tap Mode to set the operating mode for the thermostat. Typical options are Off, Cool, Heat, and Dual Auto.

  • Cool: Turn cooling mode on.
  • Heat: Turn heating mode on.
  • Dual Auto: Turns on heating or cooling mode based on the heat and cool temperatures that are selected.
  • Off: Turn the thermostat off

Fan

Tap Fan to set the fan mode. Typical options are Auto, On, Circulate Low, and Circulate Medium.

  • Auto: The fan turns on and off automatically when the heat or air conditioning is on.
  • On: The fan turns on to circulate air in the house.
  • Circulate Low: The fan turns on at low speed to circulate air in the house.
  • Circulate Medium: The fan turns on at medium speed to circulate air in the house.

Schedule

Tap Schedule to switch the schedule between Run and Hold.

  • Run: Starts the thermostat schedule.
  • Hold: Stops the thermostat schedule.

Create a Scheduled Climate Event

To create a new climate event in the user control interface:

  1. Select a thermostat from the drop‑down menu on the top left of the screen.
  2. Tap the menu button on the top right of the screen.
  3. Tap Scheduled Events. The Scheduled Events screen for the thermostat is displayed.

  4. Tap + Create new scheduled event. The New climate scheduled event screen is displayed.

  5. Configure the following settings for the climate event:
    • Use the text box at the top of the screen to edit the name for the climate event.
    • Start: Set the time that the climate event should occur using the provided spinner menus.
    • Active Days: Tap the appropriate day of the week to select the days that the climate event should occur. A filled icon indicates that the event is scheduled to occur on the associated day.
    • Set Points: Select the temperature set points for cooling , heating , and auto modes using the appropriate spinner menu.
    • NOTE: Depending on the selected mode, the thermostat switches to cooling mode when the room temperature reaches the cooling set point, switches to heating mode when the room temperature reaches the heating set point, or maintains the auto mode set point.

    • Event Status: Tap the check box to enable the event and add it to the thermostat schedule. New events are disabled by default.
  6. Tap Save to save the climate event or tap the back button to cancel creating the event.

Edit a Scheduled Climate Event

To edit an existing climate event:

  1. Select a thermostat from room.
  2. Tap the menu button on the top right of the screen.
  3. Tap Scheduled Events. The Scheduled Events screen for the thermostat is displayed. The Scheduled Events screen lists the thermostat events that have been created for the thermostat. Each thermostat event provides the time and days that it is scheduled to occur, as well as its cooling and heating set points.

  4. Tap the event to edit the thermostat behavior for the climate event.

  5. Configure the following settings for the climate event:

    • Use the text box at the top of the screen to edit the name for the climate event.
    • Start: Set the time that the climate event should occur using the provided spinner menus.
    • Active Days: Tap the appropriate day of the week to select the days that the climate event should occur. A filled icon indicates that the event is scheduled to occur on the associated day.
    • Set Points: Select the temperature set points for cooling , heating , and auto modes using the appropriate spinner menu.
    • NOTE: Depending on the selected mode, the thermostat switches to cooling mode when the room temperature reaches the cooling set point, switches to heating mode when the room temperature reaches the heating set point, or maintains the auto mode set point.

    • Event Status: Tap the check box to enable the event and add it to the thermostat schedule. New events are disabled by default.

  6. Tap Save to save the climate event or tap the back button to cancel creating the event.

Copy a Scheduled Climate Event to Another Thermostat

Scheduled climate events can be transferred between thermostats in the system.

To copy a scheduled climate event to another thermostat:

  1. Select a thermostat.
  2. Tap the menu button on the top right of the screen.
  3. Select a scheduled event.
  4. Tap the icon and then Copy Event.
  5. TapCopy to Another Thermostat. A dialog shows the available thermostats in the system.
  6. Select the desired thermostat and then tap Apply Copy. A dialog indicates that the scheduled event has been successfully copied to the new thermostat.

Delete a Climate Event

To delete a climate event:

  1. Select a thermostat from the room.
  2. Tap the menu button on the top right of the screen.
  3. Tap Scheduled Events. The Scheduled Events screen for the thermostat is displayed. The Scheduled Events screen lists the thermostat events that have been created for the thermostat. Each thermostat event provides the time and days that it is scheduled to occur, as well as its cooling and heating set points.

  4. Tap the icon and then Delete to delete the climate event.