Dropcam now works with Nest so you can know even more about what’s going on in your home.
The system requirements and technical specifications for the Nest Protect (Battery) and Nest Protect (Wired 120V).
The technical specifications of the 2nd generation Nest Learning Thermostat.
All Nest Learning Thermostats include the official languages of the countries where it is sold. Choose the language you prefer during or after setup.
This article describes changes and enhancements included in software updates for the Nest Learning Thermostat.
Some heating and cooling systems use their own proprietary communication protocols instead of commonly accepted standards. The Nest Learning Thermostat isn’t compatible with these systems.
Some smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms communicate with each other through wires. Nest Protects speak to each other wirelessly. Wireless interconnect has advantages over wired interconnect: With wireless interconnect you can add more alarms without adding expensive wiring and it allows Nest Protect to convey more safety information in an emergency. The latest codes say wired and wireless interconnect are equal. With wireless, you can add alarms without adding expensive wiring.
The Nest Learning Thermostat works with low-voltage (24 volt) systems only. Before installing a Nest Thermostat, you’ll need to verify that your system is low-voltage.
This article lists Wi-Fi access points and routers that have known compatibility issues with the Nest Learning Thermostat.
Nest uses its Time to Temperature feature to help manage multiple stages of heating or cooling.