My thermostat is at the top of my 2 story foyer so the temperature it reads is affected by the downstairs HVAC. I also have a 12 month old that seems to be rather temperature sensitive while sleeping and I also work from home from a room on the same floor. My first question is can I set my thermostat that is upstairs to use only the temperature coming from the room sensor in the baby’s room and ignore what the thermostat reads at it’s location? There will be little to no motion so I cannot rely on that to dictate it. Also, can I set it to use the baby room during the night and the office during the day? I would also like to define “day” and “night” but that also seems impossible.
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Here are a couple of threads to read and watch. I am following them to get an understanding of what the sensors can and can’t do while waiting for the snail express to deliver mine.
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The long-awaited Wyze Room Sensor is here! A little device that works with Wyze Thermostat to balance your home’s temperature. Track temperature in every room remotely with the Wyze app, see data at a glance with the always-on-display, and even turn on Motion Sensing Comfort Mode to only prioritize rooms you’re actually using. Available now!
I bought 6 of the new Room sensors that connect up to the Thermostat. These things look REALLY good!
The magnets in these things are REALLY strong! The batteries were really strongly attracted to them (both in the sensor and the sensor stand).
You can easily decide which sensors are included in Comfort Control or not by selected the plus or minus in the different sections to move them to the other section (as shown below).
You can also select which ones are used f…
I guess to confirm my understanding…
•Does Wyze Thermometer have all of the same built in sensors as the new Room Sensors?
-So I don’t need a sensor also in my living room, on the main floor, where the thermostat is located?
•If the sensor is upstairs, and it can tell we are up there lets say getting the kids ready for bed, it will try to cool the area where the upstairs sensor is, which will likely make the main floor very cold?
-If my wife and kids come upstairs to play, then go back down,…