The 2nd Generation Nest Learning Thermostat

Nest has come up with the 2nd generation thermostat specifically designed to help you manage the temperature within your house and also keep you aware of the present temperatures in case it’s too warm. Its system runs on preset software which enables you to maintain the temperatures as per your wish while sensing when you leave your home. Due to its high degree of accessibility, you can keep connected through WiFi and control its function anywhere.

The programming and convenience provided by the newest Nest Learning Thermostat lets you save approximately 20% of heating and cooling expenses. Compared to the previous version, this Nest Learning Thermostat is also about 15% slimmer. The system runs on a simple button enclosed in the stainless steel ring which lets you manage the settings.

Incorporated in the 2nd gen version is an option called ‘Away’ which lets you manage the temperature even when you are not at home. It saves you more energy over time as this version is faster. It has quick sensors installed within and senses when you are back in the house while bringing back the temperature to the level you desire.

Interestingly, Nest knows what to do with the different types of heat sensors which you can simply select in the settings. It has more options to connect to different types of heating systems.
It’s quite simple to install this product. It hardly takes 4 to 5 minutes for installation, and while it was still easy to install the previous version, this one is faster. Once you have installed the Nest Learning software, you can connect it to WiFi and control it from your phone, tablet, and laptop regardless of the location.
It runs on a lithium battery which comes preinstalled and is meant for indoor use only. This device is round in shape having a size of 6.5 x 6.5 x 3.2 inches and can be installed on the wall with the help of 2 screws to hold it firmly.
The 2nd gen Nest Learning Thermostat is no doubt the best way to control temperatures in the house and save energy costs to a great degree with the added advantage of controlling it remotely.