[nfb-talk] Honeywell Pro 6000 Thermostat with iPhone?

Ringlein, Ellen ERinglein at nfb.org
Fri Jul 7 12:38:21 UTC 2017


If you would like an accessible thermostat not connected to the internet and not dependent on an app which may or may not remain accessible in the future, the NFB Independence Market can help. We sell the VIP3000 Thermostat. Here is the catalog description.

This talking thermostat is designed to be used in residential settings and can control most 24 Vac AC and heating systems, including the newest multi-stage furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pump systems. One can easily check the indoor temperature and the thermostat setting, and adjust the temperature. The weekday and weekend programs allow one to specify the temperature for heating and cooling for four different selectable time points during the day and night. The unit speaks during all aspects of setup. Includes audio and text-based instructions on CD. Measures approximately 7 × 3 1/4 × 1 1/4 inches. Uses four AA batteries (included). This thermostat must be professionally installed. AIG92T; $199.00 + S/H


Ellen Ringlein
Manager, Independence Market
200 East Wells Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 659-9314, extension 2421| ERinglein at nfb.org


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-----Original Message-----
From: nfb-talk [mailto:nfb-talk-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Michael D. Barber via nfb-talk
Sent: Thursday, July 06, 2017 3:21 PM
To: Gerardo Corripio via nfb-talk
Cc: Michael D. Barber
Subject: [nfb-talk] Honeywell Pro 6000 Thermostat with iPhone?

Looking for an accessible thermostat for our furnace/air conditioner.  Honeywell used to make those thermostats that stopped every 2 degrees as you twisted the dial, but I'm told they no longer have those.  A Honeywell Pro 6000 was suggested to. Me and was told it would work with smartphones.  Has anyone used one and are you, or have you had good experiences with it or would you recommend another?

Thanks very much.

Michael Barber

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