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Amazon S6ED3R ENERGY STAR certified Manual

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Amazon S6ED3R ENERGY STAR certified


  • SIZE: 3.56 x 3.56 x 0.84 in (90.4 x 90.4 x 21.4 mm)
  • WEIGHT: 3.86 oz (109.5 g) Actual size and weight may vary by the manufacturing process.
  • NETWORK CONNECTIVITY: 2.4 GHz only, 802.11 b/g/n. Does not support 5GHz networks or connecting to ad-hoc (or peer-to-peer) Wi-Fi networks.
  • AUDIO: No far-field microphone; Alexa-enabled device required for voice control.
  • ON-DEVICE CONTROL: 3 touch buttons on device (Temperature Up, Temperature Down, Select/Mode).
  • ON-THE-GO-CONTROL: Alexa app, voice control, on-device, and Echo device compatible.
  • INSTALLATION METHOD: Guided installation in the Alexa app. (You may need a power drill, 3/16” drill bit, and a level.)
  • GENERATION: Amazon Smart Thermostat – 1st Generation – 2021 release
  • STANDBY POWER: 0.89 Watts


The Amazon Smart Thermostat has earned the ENERGY STAR® label. The EPA estimates that ENERGY STAR-certified thermostats reduce annual energy costs by an average of $50. To save money on your purchase, ask your energy supplier about any potential rebates for energy efficiency. Additionally, eligible customers can sign up for continuous energy savings incentives through their energy supplier to continue saving throughout the entire year. Learn more by using the Alexa app. Your thermostat will be programmed by Alexa to operate according to your preferences. If Alexa suspects you are at home, away, or asleep, the thermostat can even be adjusted to your chosen temperature. You may voice-control your HVAC system by connecting the Amazon Smart Thermostat to an Alexa-enabled device in your house.

Even while travelling, you can manually regulate the temperature or create a schedule using the Alexa app. By carefully following the step-by-step instructions provided in the Alexa app, you may install Amazon Smart Thermostat on your own. Contact customer care via phone, chat, or email at any time if you need assistance. The Honeywell Home Thermostat Technology used in the Amazon Smart Thermostat blends more than 130 years of HVAC expertise with the enchantment of Alexa. Products that are Certified for Humans are smart gadgets designed for non-experts; devices that don’t require patience or stress. Even the software updates happen automatically with the quick and simple connection to Alexa. Customers adore Certified for Humans products because they are unexpectedly easy to use and up to a high quality.


  • Get the Alexa app open.
  • The thermostat can be chosen by opening Devices.
  • To access the Smart Thermostat’s control panel, choose it under Thermostats.
  • Decide on Settings.
  • Decide on the Thermostat Schedule.


Verify if your device is “low voltage” (24v) Thermostats from companies like Nest, Ecobee, Honeywell, and others that are generally referred to as “smart thermostats” are the only ones that work with “low voltage” 24v HVAC systems. Before trying to connect a smart thermostat, make sure your HVAC is compatible.


Smart thermostat sensors are wireless remote sensors that can monitor temperature changes in a number of rooms and transmit that data to the main thermostat. Homeowners can have better control over the heating and cooling of underused rooms in their homes with the help of a smart thermostat sensor.


  • Put your thermostat in the off position to turn it off.
  • Locate and shut off the breaker that supplies power to your HVAC system.
  • After waiting for 30 seconds, re-engage the breaker.
  • Restart your thermostat.


Dust the thermostat’s internal components gently with a clean, soft paintbrush. Slide an open dollar bill or dental floss through the electronic components’ points of contact to loosen and remove any filth or debris there. Compressed air is an alternative tool.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need C-Wire to use an Amazon Smart Thermostat?

A C-wire or a power adaptor kit are needed for the Amazon Smart Thermostat. To find out if your house already has one, use the compatibility tester. There are guided installation instructions in the Alexa app.

How many zones can the Amazon Smart Thermostat support?

While some smart thermostats are made to manage just one zone, others may manage several zones simultaneously. For instance, the smart thermostat from Amazon can control between ten and fourteen zones from a single phone app.

Why are C wires required for smart thermostats?

For usage with batteries, smart thermostats require too much power. Power theft can be effective, but it can also be unreliable and uses your wiring in an inappropriate way. The greatest solution ensures that your smart thermostat will remain powered for as long as your home does with a c-wire.

Has the Amazon thermostat got backup heat?

But today, we have multi-stage fans, heat pumps and heaters, cooling and heating options, “emergency heat” settings that trigger supplemental heating in addition to heat pumps, and fan-only options.

Is it preferable to leave the thermostat at one setting?

A furnace uses more energy during starting than it does while operating continuously at a single set temperature, which results in additional costs to you. It’s preferable to maintain your furnace (or AC) at the same steady temperature for extended periods of time in order to enhance efficiency.

Should the heat be on or off at the thermostat?

You should set the thermostat to “Auto” if you want to reduce your energy costs. However, it’s advisable to turn the thermostat to “On” if you like a more even dispersion of heat throughout the house.

In the winter, what setting should I use for my thermostat at night?

When you’re at home in the winter, the best thermostat setting is 68 degrees Fahrenheit. While you’re awake at home, Energy.gov advises keeping the thermostat at 68 degrees, but lowering it while you’re sleeping or gone.

Can you use your phone to manage an Amazon thermostat?

The thermostat has some basic controls, but in order to set it up and manage it, you need the Alexa app on a compatible smartphone.

Why doesn’t my Amazon thermostat function?

Verify the thermostat’s Wi-Fi network connectivity. The Wi-Fi router can potentially benefit from a reboot. Consider deleting the thermostat from your Alexa app, reinstalling it, and then performing a partial reset. See Maintain Your HVAC Connections While Resetting Your Amazon Smart Thermostat.

Is the Amazon smart thermostat lockable?

You cannot directly lock your thermostat, sorry. Simply navigate to settings in the Alexa app to specify a maximum and minimum permitted temperature.

Is a smart thermostat required for each zone?

It will be necessary for each of those circuits to have a separate thermostat. If so, we’d advise using a different smart thermostat for each zone. Without having to manually control each zone, you may save energy more effectively with this configuration.

For two zones, do I need two smart thermostats?

You will undoubtedly need two smart thermostats if you want to manage different zones in your home. For each zone you want to control, a separate thermostat with dedicated remote sensors is required.

How many wires are required for a smart thermostat?

4 wire thermostat wiring is necessary for the effective operation of smart thermostats like Nest and Ecobee models. The cooling wire, which is typically blue or yellow in color, is included in 4 wire thermostats in addition to the heating (2 wire thermostats) and C or fan (3 wire thermostats).

Has C-Wire been powered?

A smart thermostat can receive continuous 24 VAC (volts AC) power through the C wire, sometimes known as the “common wire.” The thermostat’s actual power source is not provided by the C cable, though. The R wires are the ones that supply the power source (or hot wires).

Do I need to switch on the backup heat?

Without air flow, emergency heat can harm your outside unit. Unless your heat pump is entirely out of commission, you should never manually turn on the emergency heat. If that’s the case, you should get your heating system checked out and fixed right away.

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