Meet the new Google Nest Thermostat E
Its simple design and new frosted display blend into the background. With proven energy-saving features, the Nest Thermostat E can help you save from day one. And you can change the temperature from anywhere the beach, the office or your bed.
Blends into the background and fits into any home.
Turns itself down after you leave, so you don' t waste energy heating or cooling an empty home.
Use the Nest app to change the temperature from anywhere the beach, the office or your bed.
A Simple Schedule
Start with a basic schedule, then adjust it whenever you like.
Proven Energy-saving Features
Like the Nest Learning Thermostat, the Nest Thermostat E can help you save from day one.
Check the Nest app to see how much energy you use and why.
Your thermostat controls half your energy bill more than appliances, more than electronics. So shouldn' t it help you save energy? Independent studies showed that Nest thermostat saved people an average of 10% to 12% on heating cost and 15% on cooling costs. Based on typical energy costs, Nest estimated average savings of $131 to $145 a year. That means the Nest Thermostat E can pay for itself in under two years. Individual savings are not guaranteed.
Nest Thermostat E also shows you how much energy you use every day in Energy History and every month in your Home Report. See when you use more energy, like on weekends or Monday nights, and how to use less. Saving has never been so easy.
Easy Home Installation
Installation is easy. Most people install a Nest in 30 minutes or less. Everything you need comes in the box:
- Optional Trim Plate
- Mounting Screws and Labels
- Installation Guide
- Nest Pro Installation Card
This device works with most 24V heating and cooling systems, including:
- Forced air
- Hot water
- Geothermal heat
Before you purchase your Nest, make sure that your heating and cooling system(s) are compatible using Nest's compatibility checker.
C-wire not required
A c-wire (also referred to as a common wire) is a low voltage power wire that many modern thermostats require for their features to work.
The Nest Thermostat E does not require a c-wire to work. Nest has a built-in battery that can be charged using the heating and cooling wires.
If you already have a c-wire, however, Nest recommends that you connect it. To determine if you have a c-wire, remove your old thermostat's cover plate. You should see several wire terminals labeled with letters. If a wire is connected to the C terminal, you have a c-wire.
|Warranty||1-year limited warranty. For help, visit nest.com/support.|
|Size and Weight||
|Battery||Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery|
|Power Consumption||Less than 1 kWh/month|
Nest Thermostats cannot be shipped to P.O. boxes.
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