The First Alert Onelink Wi-Fi Touchscreen Smart Thermostat connects to your Wi-Fi network and is designed to work with your smartphone or tablet using the Onelink app. This programmable thermostat lets you control the temperature from anywhere–even when you are away–to save you money while increasing energy efficiency. The thermostat can also be controlled from your Amazon Alexa-enabled device, using your voice to adjust interior climate settings. The Wi-Fi Touchscreen Smart Thermostat tracks your energy usage and displays the power consumption of your system over the past seven days. It also features a full-color touchscreen with a user-friendly interface that can showcase up to 100 images.
Protect your home or small business from HVAC equipment failure through programmable E-Mail alerts when the indoor temperature exceeds or drops below preset thresholds.
Monitor Energy Usage
Easily see how much energy has been used to heat and cool for the past seven days.Control all your settings across multiple locations using First Alert Onelink SkyPort Cloud.
Name your thermostats so they can easily be identified. This will help in cases where there are multiple thermostats in the home or if there are thermostats in multiple locations.
Quickly set your thermostat to ‘Away’ mode when you’re heading out the door. This simple function will help manage your everyday energy consumption levels and help lead to savings.
Security settings also give you the option for automatic screen lock. This locks the screen minutes after it has been touched. Prevent accidental or unauthorized access.
Compatible with Amazon Echo – Just Ask Alexa!
Now, with THERM-500 and Amazon Echo, controlling the comfort in your home is easier than ever. Simply ask Alexa to adjust thermostat settings using voice commands.
– Once connected, use simple voice commands with Alexa
– Set the thermostat to a specific temperature
– Change thermostat settings up or down by a specified number of degrees
– Change thermostat settings by two degrees without specifying degrees by asking Alexa to heat, cool, increase, or lower thermostat temperatures
– Command the thermostat by name for homes with multiple thermostats