Having a clean air filter is an important part of maintaining your forced air heating and cooling system. Activating your Nest Thermostat's Filter Reminder will help you keep track of when to change it.
The system requirements and technical specifications for the Nest Protect (Battery) and Nest Protect (Wired 120V).
The Nest Learning Thermostat now figures out when you usually wake up to maximize savings and comfort. And Nest Protect participates in Auto-Away, helping the thermostat determine when you’re home or away.
This article describes changes and enhancements included in software updates for the Nest Learning Thermostat.
The Nest Thermostat’s 4.0 software update includes heating improvements, Quiet Time for humidifiers and dehumidifiers, integration with Nest Protect and time zone and weather support for ten European countries.
4.0.2 and 4.0.3 have the same features and improvements, like improved Auto-Away, which now adapts to your morning routine. The software version you’ll receive depends on the reliability of your Wi-Fi network.
If you move and are leaving Nest behind, go into Settings and select the “Reset” option on your Nest Learning Thermostat. From there, select “To Defaults”. This will remove all of your personal information from Nest, including your Nest Account details.
A Nest Account is what you use for just about everything you do with Nest, including using the Nest app or the Web to control and monitor your Nest products and participating on the Nest Community.
While the Nest Thermostat doesn't require a Wi-Fi connection, additional features like remote control and automatic software updates are only available when the Nest Thermostat connects to the Internet. This article describes the most common Wi-Fi issues and provides troubleshooting resources to resolve each them.
The technical specifications of the 2nd generation Nest Learning Thermostat.