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    Available for purchase at $21.50 Each

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    Get precision comfort with remote temperature sensing. By default, your HVAC system will keep your thermostat's internal thermometer at your selected target temperature. With Temperature Sensors placed in different rooms around the home, your system will also be able to detect the temperature in these other areas, such as an upstairs bedroom.

    What You Need to Get Started:

    • One or more Temperature Sensors Smart Thermostat

    • Temperature Sensors are currently compatible with 2GIG Go!Control, Interlogix Simon XT/XTi and Interlogix Concord

    You will need the latest firmware for these panel modules:

    2gig Go!Control panel 1.13+

    Simon XT/XTi 183+

    Concord 181+ (Verizon), 183+(ATT)

    Expected to offer support for Qolsys, Neo, Impassa and NX panels soon.

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    Michael Ferer
    "The Source For 2GIG and Plans"

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    Ive recently installed a t2000 smart thermostat. Install when very smooth. In addition, I installed 3 s2000 temp sensors. The Sensors showed up on without issue upon pressing the pairing button on each. My problem is shows them as unpaired sensors, thus im unable to actively use them for averaging temperature etc. They do report temp info to alarm. Com and I can set alerts for them. However, the don't show up for me to use when wanting to keep temp based on avg of all sensors, or using a specific sensor for temp control. What am I missing? Thanks!

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    What System do you have?
    Michael Ferer
    "The Source For 2GIG and Plans"

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    question will these sensors work with my NEST Unit and it be easy to install and manage with my nest units.

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