Honeywell Lyric T6 Smart Wireless Zoning Thermostat
Honeywell's Lyric T6 wireless zoning thermostat and the Lyric app on your iPhone or iPad ensure that your home heating and cooling will be just how you like it. Not only is it easy to set up straight out-of-the-box, it’s been designed with the best features of today's connected devices. Create a schedule to suit your needs, adjust your heating remotely via iPhone or simply leave the automated location-based feature to turn on your heating before you get home.
Large, clear touch-screen display for easily scheduling, changing and overriding temperatures
Touch-screen interface offers intuitive on-screen guidance
Lyric app gives you complete control over home heating, including schedules and automated synchronisation with the thermostat
Uses the location features on your iPhone to determine where you are and adjusts the temperature accordingly
A choice of schedule settings to fit your lifestyle, including 7-day, 5/2-day and single-day scheduling
Up to six different time settings per day
HomeKit enabled to allow control from your iPhone or iPad (requires iOS 8.1 or later)
What’s in the Box
Honeywell Lyric T6 thermostat
Mains cable (only used in some countries)
Four fixing screws
Other Features: HomeKit Compatible
Power Source: AC
Height: 10.3 cm/4.06 in.
Length: 10.3 cm/4.06 in.
Width: 6.8 cm/2.68 in.
Weight: 200 g
UPC or EAN No.: 5025121381000
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Answers from the community
Does this thermostat communicate with the Elgato eve radiator valves through homekit to turn the heating on and off when a room reaches temperature?
- Asked by Paul S from Swords
- on 31-Jan-2017