Nest Learning Thermostat - 3rd Generation
Meet the 3rd-gen Nest Learning Thermostat. It has new rings and a big, sharp display. And hot water control.
The 3rd generation Nest Thermostat learns the temperature you like, then programs itself. It knows how long it takes to heat your home so you’re comfortable when you get there. When you leave, it automatically turns down your boiler and hot water tank so you save energy.
New features for the 3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat
- Hot water - The Nest Thermostat can now control your hot water tank, in addition to central heating. You can adjust the hot water schedule from your phone or thermostat, boost from anywhere, and Auto-Away works with your hot water tank to help save energy when no one’s home (after 2 days).
- Sleek new design - The Nest Thermostat has a 40 percent larger, brighter, high-resolution screen and new graphics so you can see it easier from far away. The crisp screen has 229 pixels per inch (ppi), 25 percent more than the current generation Nest Thermostat. The 3rd generation Nest Thermostat also has a slightly thinner profile so it can sit flush against the wall.
- Farsight - Previously, you had to be pretty close to get the Nest Thermostat to wake up and turn on the display. Farsight takes advantage of the new high-resolution screen so that you can see useful information on the Nest Thermostat from across the room. You can set the thermostat to display target temperature, an analog clock or digital clock, or turn Farsight off.
- OpenTherm support (exclusive to Europe) - Nest now uses OpenTherm to enable two-way communication between compatible boilers and the 3rd generation Nest Thermostat. The Nest Learning Thermostat continues to get better over time through over-the-air software updates, and the modulation experience will continue to improve in the future.
Hi. Yes it will.
If using it on the table stand, then it will need to be plugged in. When on the wall, you have a 12v supply wired to it from the heat link box.