If you want to enhance your ecobee experience or take even more control over your
energy consumption, we have the accessories to help you do it.
Whether you use ecobee accessories for your home or for your business, you'll enjoy greater control when it comes to managing your energy usage and ultimately, create a more comfortable living or working environment.
Our thermostat products are a great start to understanding and cutting back on your energy usage — which of course, will also bring down your energy costs. Our accessories will help you conduct remote diagnostics and get an even better idea of how much energy you're using so you can take the steps to reduce your usage even further and really maximize those savings.
Want to have even more control over your environment? All you have to do is add the ecobee Remote Sensor Module (RSM). The ecobee Remote Sensor Module is the newest technology designed to support the award- winning ecobee line of products. It allows additional sensors to be connected to the ecobee Smart Thermostat or Energy Management System.
We've built in increased functionality to the Energy Management software so that you can get even more out of the Remote Sensor Module. Using the ecobee Web Portal and Remote Sensor Module you can manage your building operations without actually having to be there in person. All you need is an Internet connection and you can monitor temperatures, humidity and CO2 levels as well as non-heating and cooling equipment for optimal system performance. You can even set different thresholds to create alerts for each sensor. Now, rather than just receiving an alert, you'll also be able to trigger actions based on certain thresholds that you set.
The Remote Sensor Module is compatible with most off-the-shelf 10K NTC temperature sensors, or humidity sensors.
There are cases where the location of the thermostat within the home or office is not ideal. Either you'd prefer not to have the thermostat in an open space, or it cannot be easily installed in the space that best represents the current temperature or humidity. With the Remote Sensor Module, a sensor can be installed in the desired location and the thermostat can be configured to use the temperature registered by the selected sensor as the "current temp" and/or "current humidity". The product will function as normal but will use this remote sensor as the current temperature.
Sometimes taking an overall average of several rooms is a better representation of the current temperature or humidity. In the case of temperature, the contractor would install up to 4 sensors in various locations and configure the thermostat to take a simple average of some or all of the sensors, this can include the sensor built into the thermostat. This average will be the used as the "current temp". For humidity up to 2 remote sensors and the one within the IDT could be used to produce an average "current humidity" reading.
Using the Remote Sensor Module you can monitor your system's discharge air temperature and return air temperature to ensure the system is operating properly. Alerts would be sent if preprogrammed thresholds are reached.
A remote temperature sensor can be used to replace the built in ecobee Internet weather feed as a means to detect the outdoor temperature. The temperature registered by this sensor would be used for the control ecobee smart automation. In this case, Internet weather would still be provided for display on the IDT and web portal. This configuration makes the most sense in applications where the associated weather feed does not accurately represent the temperature where the equipment is located.
In light commercial applications, it is sometimes desirable to monitor the temperature of the refrigerators or freezers to ensure they are operating within specifications. When the Remote Sensor Module is configured, alerts can be sent and actions can be triggered if preprogrammed thresholds are reached.
A CO2 sensor can be used with the Remote Sensor Module to determine at which point a ventilation system should be activated. This would be programmed to have a trigger point at which the ventilation system would become activated.
Using the ecobee Power Supply you can easily operate your ecobee from any power outlet.
Power supplies are also great in situations where hardwiring power to a unit is not an option or plugging in the thermostat is preferred.
120 volts input
12 volts dc output
Maximum 1 amp
Quick — how many devices or appliances do you have around your home that are plugged in at any given time? If you're like most of us, the number is probably higher than you realize! The thing is, even if you're not actually using those items, they're still eating up energy and costing you money.
At ecobee, we're not just all about thermostats — we're about energy solutions. That's why we've manufactured our very own Smart Plugs, to give you another way to understand, manage, and reduce your energy use.
By adding Smart Plugs to your ecobee Smart Thermostat you'll be able to monitor and manage them through your existing ecobee Web Portal.
Entertainment system on entertainment system off. All from the click of a button…from anywhere! Want to get more out of your Smart Plug? Try connecting it to a power bar!
Using the Zigbee® HA profile (a wireless protocol that provides highly-efficient connectivity), the Smart Plug measures the exact amount of energy consumed by the appliance or device that's plugged into it on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. It will even show you how much it's costing you to run that appliance or device.
Installing your Smart Plugs couldn't be simpler. Just add the Zigbee module to your Smart Thermostat, plug it into your wall outlet, follow the simple configuration then plug in your device or appliance.
Note that only one Zigbee Module is required per thermostat and can be connected to an unlimited number of Smart Plugs within range.
In order to use your Smart Plug you will need to be running at minimum ecobee Thermostat software version 184.108.40.2069. This update should happen automatically if you are connected to WiFi, but if for some reason you are running an earlier version you may need to contact ecobee customer support to upgrade.
To determine the software version your thermostat is running, click here
Have a Smart Plug and want to upgrade your thermostat to the latest version? Contact technical support
Check out the Smart Plug manual
Express your individual style and customize your ecobee thermostats with
interchangeable, protective, scratch-resistant GelaSkins for your home or business!
Match the look of your ecobee thermostat to the style of your home décor. Inject your own personal flare with customized colours and patterns, or choose an awesome design that suits your taste from the GelaSkins gallery.
You can also create your own unique and personalized GelaSkin using a fun family photo or your favorite piece of graphic art to bring your ecobee thermostat to life. Talk about a conversation piece!
Want your ecobee thermostats to fit right in to your commercial establishment and help promote your brand? Create custom ecobee GelaSkins with your company logo, colors or design to spice up your walls and celebrate your brand.
Scroll through the GelaSkin artwork options and select one you like.
If you selected a GelaSkin that is already placed on the thermostat then you can proceed to Check Out – see image below.
If you select a GelaSkin that has not been placed on the thermostat then please continue with these steps – see image below.
You will be taken to the GelaSkin Creator where you will be able to position the artwork exactly how you want it to appear on your ecobee thermostat.
When you are happy with the layout, click the blue ‘Next: Preview’ button in the bottom right corner.
You will then see what the artwork will look like on your ecobee – if you are not happy please click Edit and repeat Step 3. If you approve, click ‘Add to cart’ on the right side of the screen.
From here you can continue to shop or follow the payment instructions to Check Out.
Click here to visit the GelaSkins website.
Click ‘Create Your Own’ and then ‘Start A New Project’
Scroll down the left side of screen and click on ‘Everything Else’
Scroll down until you see ecobee and select your thermostat
Click on the blue ‘Choose files’ button on the left side and select a photo from your computer.
Then click on the blue ‘Upload’ button next to the ‘Choose files’ button.
Once the photo has been uploaded, select the blue ‘Let’s lay it out’ button on the right side of the screen.
Your image will be located at the bottom of the screen – simply drag it onto the diagram of your ecobee thermostat. You can move the photo around to best fit the thermostat.
When you are happy with your artwork click the blue ‘Next: Preview’ button in the bottom right corner.
You will then see what the photo will look on your ecobee – if you are not happy please click the Black ‘Edit’ beneath the image of your thermostat and repeat Step 5. If you approve click ‘Add to cart’ on the right side of the screen.
From here you can continue to shop, or follow the payment instructions to check out.
Find your paint swatch name – on your paint can, from the company’s website, from the store you purchased the paint, etc.
Type in your paint swatch name.
Select the brand of your paint & click ‘Start’.
Copy the hex code – this is the 6 character code following the # sign.
Go to the GelaSkins website. For Smart/EMS please click here.
For Smart Si/EMS Si please click here.
Click the blue ‘Let’s lay it out’ button in the bottom right corner.
Click on the ‘Background Color’ in the top left corner – paste the hex code you copied into the 6 character space that is preceded with a # sign and click ‘OK’.
When you are happy with your color click the blue ‘Next: Preview’ button in the bottom right corner.
You will then see what the artwork looks like on your ecobee – if you are not happy please click ‘Edit’ and adjust to your liking. If you approve click ‘Add to cart’ on the right hand side of the screen.
From here you can continue to shop or follow the payment instructions to check out.