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Sensor woes Can someone help? Nest (thermostat and protect…

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11/10/2016· I’m a new user and I’ve got a few things setup and working, but I’m also struggling a bit with setting up some sensors. I’m still very much working on the basics. At home I have a Nest Thermostat and a Nest Protect. I’ve got the Nest setup and I get the climate working and when I setup the nest sensor with all the options, all I get showing in HA is humidity and the …

Nest Protect Motion Sensor through API? Stack Overflow

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Nest Protect Motion Sensor through API? Ask Question Asked 6 years, 11 months ago. Active 6 years, 11 months ago. Viewed 2k times 0 I''d like to implement some automatic lighting around my house based on presence. Basically, if I get up to go to the kitchen for a glass of water in the middle of the night I''d like a small light to come on to help see. We have Nest Protects and I''d …

Learn about the Nest Temperature Sensor before you buy …

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No, you don’t need a temperature sensor to use your thermostat. We designed the Nest thermostat to keep you comfortable and you don’t need a separate temperature sensor to take advantage of all the energy saving features Nest thermostats have to offer.

How to Use Your Nest Thermostat as a Motion Detector

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07/04/2016· The Nest Thermostat has a builtin motion sensor that it uses for determining whether or not there’s someone home, allowing it to turn down the heat or the air conditioner accordingly if it detects that no one is home. It’s also used for activating the screen whenever someone walks by, displaying the current temperature that it’s set to and letting you quickly …

Nest Protect and Nest Thermostat Devices Integrations …

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19/05/2020· You know, you can still use the nest protects and just add the ecolink acoustic sensor, the Firefighter. It’s Z wave and works well with smartthings. It will alert when it hears the UL required alarm pattern from another smoke detector, including a nest protect.

Why does the Nest Protect act as a remote temperature sensor? : …

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The Nest Protect does have a heat sensor that''s able to detect sudden rises in temperature, but that''s not what you''re referring to, obviously. Just FYI, here''s an article that explains the Protect''s sensors and their functions.

Is there a way to get remote sensors? : Nest

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In addition to other features, the sensors can feed information to the Nest thermostat as a remote sensor. You can read more about the WallyHome and other additions to the Works with Nest program here. The Nest Protect does include a temperature sensor, but at this time it doesn''t feed the data to the Nest thermostat. Have a great day, Faris. 2.

Nest Temperature Sensor Google Store

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With the Nest Temperature Sensor, you can let your Nest Thermostat E or Nest Learning Thermostat know which room should be a certain temperature at a certain time of day. Just place it on a wall or shelf and get the right temperature, right where you want it. Comfort from room to room. Helps make sure a certain room is the exact temperature you want it to be. Put temperature sensors in different rooms. …

Sensor woes Can someone help? Nest (thermostat and protect…

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11/10/2016· I’m a new user and I’ve got a few things setup and working, but I’m also struggling a bit with setting up some sensors. I’m still very much working on the basics. At home I have a Nest Thermostat and a Nest Protect. I’ve got the Nest setup and I get the climate working and when I setup the nest sensor with all the options, all I get showing in HA is humidity and the thermostat as a climate …

Can Smartthings Use Nest Thermostat Motion Sensor Devices ...

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23/11/2017· Wanting to use Nest Thermostat or Protect as a SmartThings motion sensor: Nest does not give us any direct access to the status of the motion sensor. They only may update home / away based on Home / Away Assist. We cannot see from their API the motion sensor status for Thermostats or Protects. Some motion capabilities are available with the NestCam, however, ...

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