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  2. Nest now compatible with Iris

    Which is preferable in my mind. The Nest interface is very refined. I primarily want nest integration to provide temperature and humidity triggers for Iris rules and scenes. Schedules and settings through the Nest interface is good with me.
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  4. Nest now compatible with Iris

    You preserve nest settings.
  5. Nest now compatible with Iris

    Can you add it to Iris without having to create a Nest schedule from scratch? Or can I preserve all my Nest settings?
  6. Yesterday
  7. Nest now compatible with Iris

    Unfortunately, there isn't a lot of flexibility in what you can do with nest in iris. It's a reliable, nice looking thermostat, but I kinda regret purchasing it. I was hoping the integration with iris would open up more options to do what I want, but it didn't. The natively supported zwave thermostats (Radio Thermostat and Go-Control) in iris have much better options for programming schedules, and nest forces you to use their app and their rules for scheduling nest thermostats. I just want the ability to have different schedules run depending on presence. Its just not something you can do with nest. If you use their auto away feature in the summer, you have to come home to a hot miserable house and then it takes all night to cool down again! The nest operates exactly the opposite from what I want. I want a hold temperature when someone is home, and a schedule when we are away (which I can configure to pre-cool the house based on our typical arrival times). You can also set your away temperature on nest to heat well beyond what they consider "energy efficient". However, you aren't allowed to do the same with cooling. They force efficiency over comfort for cooling, but allow comfort over efficiency for heat. The ONLY thing I really want from a smart thermostat is for it not to run all day long while I am away, but have the house comfortable and ready for me when I get home. The nest fails miserably at this task in the summer... the only way to do it is to disable the smart features and set a simple schedule just like you can do with a dumb $35 programmable thermostat. It seems to me that Nest was designed for people who live in cold climates. If you live in the south, and you don't like your house 76 degrees when you come home, the nest isn't really the best option for you!
  8. I've been an IRIS user for almost 3yrs now and during the upgrade to IRIS 2.0, I started deploying my first 'IRIS Cameras'. The cameras were generally useful, especially for monitoring the home while on vacation. I haven't been happy that the storage of the cameras is relatively limited or that I can't just use POE ethernet cables to power them, but they have mostly worked out until this month. Three Weeks Ago: All cameras drop off network Two Weeks Ago: I purchased two of the new indoor/outdoor camera's and they both became highly unstable after the hub updated their firmware to the latest release. Had to return them. Last Week: Went on vacation, shortly after the first streaming use, the camera disconnected from the network and had to be power cycled. Camera was useless until I returned home.
  9. Tapatalk

    It's working for me now again. I guess 4-8 hours ago it was broke and by the two hours ago mark they fixed it.
  10. Tapatalk

    Working for me. In fact this is being posted with Tapatalk. Sent from my SM-G950U1 using Tapatalk
  11. Tapatalk

    Isn't working here too.
  12. Version 2.4.1 is in the app store

    I have the exact same barometer on my water heater control. Device offline, 10 seconds later (about) device online.
  13. Tapatalk

    Broke again? Mine isn't working this morning.
  14. Nest now compatible with Iris

    I just updated my app and paired my Nest thermostat looks nice in Iris, hopefully they are working on adding the Protects and cameras as well eventually.
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  16. Version 2.4.1 is in the app store

    Android is also.
  17. Version 2.4.1 is in the app store

    Looks like my GE Link Bulb update barometer wasn't to far off. [emoji848]
  18. Version 2.4.1 is out in the apple app store As noted previously, this has support for nest thermostats.
  19. Nest now compatible with Iris

    Yep, nest shows as an option in the devices, however it says you need to download the latest version of the app to pair it... no update in the iOS app store at the moment.
  20. Iris web portal V1.2.6

    Coming soon.
  21. Nest now compatible with Iris

    if so that's great. I've been waiting for another thermostat option because I just haven't found one that liked and was iris compatible. Nest may fit that bill.
  22. Nest now compatible with Iris

    Support posted a pairing video for the Nest thermostat. Hopefully we'll get an update today.
  23. Maintenance notice from Iris

    It's not really that strange. Iris recommends not having non-certified devices on a system and I chose to ignore that recommendation so whatever happens is my own fault and I can deal with it. Just out of curiosity, how many GE Link Bulbs do you have paired to your hub?
  24. Maintenance notice from Iris

    Strange, all of mine are working just fine. Strange how it can happen to you and not me, and then the reverse with the GE Z-Wave, none of mine are reliable but for everyone else they seem to be fine. Crazy sh!t.
  25. Maintenance notice from Iris

    All of my GE Link Bulbs went offline yesterday over an eight hour period. They were causing all kinds of havoc on my zigbee network so I removed them all. I can't remember the last time that all of them went offline in the same day so I would say something is in the wind again.
  26. Changing Order on Climate/temp tab

    You can use thegillion's web portal to accomplish both sorting (alphabetically) and logging. However, you must keep the temperature page open so it is not an ideal way to log changes.
  27. Changing Order on Climate/temp tab

    This depends on the platform you are using. Android will sort temps alphabetically, but iOS does not. There is no rhyme or reason for the sorting order in iOS.
  28. Changing Order on Climate/temp tab

    Not sure about changing the order but you can name them alphabetically to achieve your goal.
  29. Does anyone know a way to change the order devices display on the temperature tab. I have put sensors in the HVAC intake and discharge and wanted them to list together. Also, is there any way to log temps over time to better notice trends. Thank you. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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