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Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd Gen in Stainless Steel and Google Nest Temperature sensor (2-pack) at Home Depot for $214

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Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd Gen in Stainless Steel and Google Nest Temperature Sensor (2-Pack) - Home Depot
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stainless steel version of nest thermostat
two pack of google temp sensor
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You forgot to mention you also get a Google Home Mini
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It's a pretty good deal if you need the sensors for a larger house. Those go for $40 each. Plus there's the coupon for the free mini with purchase of a Nest thermostat.
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Do the sensors ever go on sale individually?
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What do the sensors do?
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What do the sensors do?
"Temperature Sensor", seems to be self explanatory.
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"Temperature Sensor", seems to be self explanatory.
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What do the sensors do?
They allow you to remotely sense the temperature. For example, if your thermostat is downstairs in the living room, it might be 75 degrees there but warmer (78?) in an upstairs bedroom. So if you set your thermostat to 75F it will still be 78F upstairs.

But perhaps you want your thermostat to instead have the air conditioner operate until the warmer upstairs is 75 (and the downstairs is cooler). These let you give remote temperature readings to the main thermostat. It is difficult to relocate a thermostat (wiring inside a wall).

These are battery operated, connect via WiFi, and should last for about a year on a single battery. They can be placed on top of a dresser, desk, etc.
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Does 3rd generation Nest work for people who use a 1 phase Goodman HVAC system?
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They allow you to remotely sense the temperature. For example, if your thermostat is downstairs in the living room, it might be 75 degrees there but warmer (78?) in an upstairs bedroom. So if you set your thermostat to 75F it will still be 78F upstairs.

But perhaps you want your thermostat to instead have the air conditioner operate until the warmer upstairs is 75 (and the downstairs is cooler). These let you give remote temperature readings to the main thermostat. It is difficult to relocate a thermostat (wiring inside a wall).

These are battery operated, connect via WiFi, and should last for about a year on a single battery. They can be placed on top of a dresser, desk, etc.
Can this adjust temp based upon time? For example, my thermostat is in the hallway. I would put the 2nd and 3rd thermostat in the living room and master bedroom. From 3 - 9 pm, I would want the A/C to cool based upon the temp in the living room. From 9 pm - 8 am, I would want the temp to be based upon the master bedroom sensor. The rest of the day should be based upon the main thermostat.
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