To remove a thermostat from your project file right click on the device in the tree on the left and select 'Remove'.
Make sure the tables button is active. If the button is active make sure the window isn't resized to the bottom of the screen.
To change the password, access the thermostat and click on the Configuration tab. Down in the bottom right corner there is a box labeled Password, enter the new password you want and click the Apply button.
A static IP address is an address that does not change. Alternatively, a dynamic address via DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is an address that is assigned by the router and may change based on any of several parameter settings in the router, including lease time or if the router/access point resets. Your router will have a DHCP range and will randomly assign any devices on the network that are set to DHCP to an address within that range at designated intervals.
In order for the occupancy sensor to switch the thermostat into occupied mode the override timer in the thermostat configuration must be set to greater than 0:00. This setting can be found on the configuration page.
Changing the mode will set the thermostat into override mode and it will continue in the altered mode for the duration of the override timer. To return to the schedule after changing the mode you can either press the resume button or allow the override timer to end.
To register your device you will go to the configuration tab and fill in at least the state and zip code under the address field. After you have filled in the address information hit the "Apply" button next to the "Contact" box. Then you will enter your email address and put in a password to create login credentials. After you have filled in the login credentials boxes hit the apply button. The page will refresh and ask you to login using the information you just changed. You have now claimed your device.
If I have WiFi or Ethernet thermostats on two separate networks can I access both of them from one place?
Yes, there are several ways to access WiFi and Ethernet thermostats on different networks from one place. This can be done using our CloudConnect service, DirectConnect, a web browser via WAN IP address, or through the IP Command Center using external IP addresses.