None that I'm aware of. I wouldn't think it would be much of a stretch of the technology, though, for the RedLink website to log and chart. There are supposedly 70 different alerts and send emails, but I haven't figured that out yet.
I have installed a few of the Honeywell Prestige and Lennox iComfort. The Honeywell is by far the more universal. I can be used on any system and with zoning. The setup was easy and free to the customer. The iComfort offers more features and contractor notification of issues, but it doesn't currently offer zoning. It is also a communicating stat designed for Lennox Signature Products.
they're crap. anyone can buy them and install them. You can buy them at Lowes
There is some misleading advertising to the public also as they seem to believe it's an Apple product while it was only designed by a former Apple employee.
I agree with tekkid. The ecobee is probably my favorite of all the various wifi stats. We have one and still really enjoy it. My wife will adjust it in bed on her phone.
If the price of the original one scared people off, you can now get the Smart SI which is a smaller screen and manual button control but it's probably around $140 cheaper. It also eliminates the need for the interface box.
I have 2 of each. If you don't require the additional features the touch screen version offers I think the si is a better choice. The touch screen is finicky, entering changes to the si is much easier.
Which makes more sense to you? CONSERVATION - turning your thermostat back and being uncomfortable. Maybe saving 5-10% ENERGY EFFICIENCY - leaving your thermostat where everyone is comfortable. Saving 30-70%
i got a honeywell wifi from hd for $149 looks nice but u need 24v to work especially if you dont have a spare wire to make it 24v, and it couldnt communicate with router because of distance in between instead of bringing the router closer returning the product was easier.