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Various Utility Companies offers current Account Holders in Select States: Sensi Smart Wi-Fi Thermostat on sale for prices listed below. Shipping may vary by location and provider.

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Various Utility Companies [emerson.com] offers to current Account Holders: Sensi Smart Wi-Fi Thermostat (various) in select states for sale prices as listed below + Additional Rebate w/ Select Utility Companies. Shipping may vary by location and provider.

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  • Rebate amounts vary depending on the utility provider.
  • The utilities listed offer an instant rebate via an online marketplace, but your utility may offer a traditional rebate. To find traditional rebates, Click Here [emerson.com], scroll to the bottom of the listings, then click the button under the header that says "Don't see your utility?"
  • Some discounts may require enrollment into energy savings programs. These programs are designed to help ease demand on the electric grid by allowing the utility to make slight adjustments to your thermostat on select days during the year. Program specifics vary, but you are always able to override any thermostat changes.
  • No c-wire is necessary and no professional installation required for the ST55U model.
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djsvetljo asked this question on 03-17-2022 at 04:11 PM
03-17-2022 at 05:32 PM
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03-18-2022 at 08:12 AM
I own this. Thermostat runs fine at preset settings when internet cutout. I put a dumb thermostat set at 45 (no batteries, no internet) in parallel with the Sensei when I go to Florida as insurance

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#31
Quote from TonMobile :
i can't connect my nest because my house does not have a power c. you can buy the adapter but that is way over my head.

based on all the comments i am still not sure if this unit need a power c or not but so i will hold off for now
Check out this link:
https://sensi.emerson.com/en-us/support/c-wire

" For Sensi™ Smart Thermostat, a common wire (c-wire) is required for heat only systems, cool only and heat pump systems. For Sensi™ Smart Touch Thermostat, all system types require a common wire (c-wire)."

Unless you have a system that does heat or cool ONLY or you have a heat pump, you don't need a c wire. As I said in a different comment, the Sensi uses the electrical current from the wire not being used at the time. If you have a traditional furnace and air conditioning system, this will work right out of the box. Just need a smart phone and their app to install. Their website has useful info that you can review prior to and during installation.
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thanks got my code andgot my discount on Honeywell Home
Wi-Fi Smart Color 7-Day Programmable Smart Thermostat with Color-Changing Touchscreen Display

got it for 65.99. its on sale for 129.99 but with code got it cheaper, SLICK DEAL!!!
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KS never does anything fun like this Frown
Not sure which part of Kansas you're in, but if you're a Evergy customer, they have free Google Nests several times throughout the year. I think the last one was in November. I had to hook my aunt's up at Thanksgiving. (Overland Park, KS)
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Not sure which part of Kansas you're in, but if you're a Evergy customer, they have free Google Nests several times throughout the year. I think the last one was in November. I had to hook my aunt's up at Thanksgiving. (Overland Park, KS)
oh snap whaaaaaat

i get on their website a few times a year to see and they never have anything Frown
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Anyone know if this supports a zoned (6 wire) setup?

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oh snap whaaaaaat

i get on their website a few times a year to see and they never have anything Frown
Keep and eye on this site, though there's no offers currently available.
https://www.evergy.com/ways-to-sa...hermostats

And it really does depend on your state. Sadly, Kansas doesnt have a lot of energy savings programs as much as the surrounding states.

Edit: Yeah it looks like Missouri has $50 Nests and free ecobees right now.
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People like you make me sick. I asked you to document it because I believed you were wrong; not because I feel superior (though clearly I am). Instead of documenting it, you reference some conversation you misunderstood from a tech.

From the Emerson website:
"Two AA batteries (included) provide backup power that can last for months. However, if you have a c-wire, it is recommended that you connect it."

If you don't install a C wire, the batteries run out quickly. Could anything be clearer?
So glad that I make you sick. Will try harder to advance the cause.

Since you were not on my phone call with technician, it's impossible for you to assume I misunderstood anything. Have you actually spoken to their technical support staff?

If you read my other post, you would see and read the documentation and the manufacturer link to it. Take the time to do so before making snarky comments. You should also reread your own quote and notice the operative word "backup". The batteries provide just the power to retain the settings.

Had you taken the time to read and understand the documentation, you'd understand that although you have a c wire and for some reason chose not wire the thermostat with it, you'd realize that your thermostat is being powered as I described and not by your batteries. If you don't believe that, remove them altogether and see that the device still operates consistent with what the manufacturer designed using the low voltage wiring.
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So glad that I make you sick. Will try harder to advance the cause.

Since you were not on my phone call with technician, it's impossible for you to assume I misunderstood anything. Have you actually spoken to their technical support staff?

If you read my other post, you would see and read the documentation and the manufacturer link to it. Take the time to do so before making snarky comments. You should also reread your own quote and notice the operative word "backup". The batteries provide just the power to retain the settings.

Had you taken the time to read and understand the documentation, you'd understand that although you have a c wire and for some reason chose not wire the thermostat with it, you'd realize that your thermostat is being powered as I described and not by your batteries. If you don't believe that, remove them altogether and see that the device still operates consistent with what the manufacturer designed using the low voltage wiring.
What a weird dude that toller guy is
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Powering methods

Battery: 2 AA batteries

Wired: 20 to 30 VAC through terminals C and Rc or Rh

NEC class II, 50/60 Hz

https://sensi.emerson.com/en-us/p...thermostat
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Aren't these the type the power company can shut you down if demand usage is high?
You're probably thinking of the new digital meters that they can read and control from HQ (The big thing usually on the outside of a house with a wheel or digital counter). There aren't any thermostats I'm aware of that your utility company could access without your permission
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Meh, Sensi Smart isn't that great and it's not even free. Previous deals for Ecobee or Nest were way better. I'd wait for those to come back.
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they say it doesn't need a c-wire but my use case shows otherwise. it stopped working on 15 out of 16 furnaces I tried it on
It does. I actually got this on promo for $4 in December. They make a product called fast stat that you don't need to run a c wire and it works.
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Anyone remember years ago when some smart thermostat did an update that left millions without heat in the middle of winter? I don't see any good reason to trust some unknown aholes with your safety.
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