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    Quote Originally Posted by R600a View Post
    Last i checked the IAQ is still honeywell. At least the tech support for the IAQ is Honeywell.

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    EVERYTHING says "Honeywell."

    The IAQ is on the Resideo stat page at the very bottom. All of the redlink and prestige line and all of the accessories are there as well.

    Honeywell does not appear in the URL for that page. It starts, "customer.resideo....."
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    Oh darn. Looks like they got their grimy hands in all of it.
    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    EVERYTHING says "Honeywell."

    The IAQ is on the Resideo stat page at the very bottom. All of the redlink and prestige line and all of the accessories are there as well.

    Honeywell does not appear in the URL for that page. It starts, "customer.resideo....."
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    This includes even commercially used stats such as vision pro.
    OUCH...

    I have a bunch of Pro1's from a volume purchase (closed down supply house)...

    I use the T4 for basic stuff and the T6WiFi for high end stuff...
    For general stuff and rentals... the Pro1's.

    And for DF: I have some older Honeywell units with a module at the furnace.

    Sorry to hear of the problems with the T series stats...
    I DID have an issue with that cutsy little wiring gadget that snaps into the wall mount... seems one or more of the wires does not connect to the pin.
    Replace the wiring gadget, all was good.
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    That wiring gadget is apparently designed for use with 22 solid.

    Have fun trying to get stranded stat wire into it. I know I had fun.....
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    Twist neatly and pull out the soldering iron and some lead solder.
    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    That wiring gadget is apparently designed for use with 22 solid.

    Have fun trying to get stranded stat wire into it. I know I had fun.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by R600a View Post
    Twist neatly and pull out the soldering iron and some lead solder.

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    No...we are not tinning wires out in the field for 60% of going rate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    That wiring gadget is apparently designed for use with 22 solid.

    Have fun trying to get stranded stat wire into it. I know I had fun.....
    I’ve never seen anyone pull stranded tstat wire. Was it commercial?


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    I would. I always have an iron and a roll of solder handy. Not to mention like 8 sizes of heat shrink tube.
    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    No...we are not tinning wires out in the field for 60% of going rate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Achso017 View Post
    I’ve never seen anyone pull stranded tstat wire. Was it commercial?


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    Stranded is old school commercial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I did some additional looking around.

    If it is a thermostat, a combustion control, an electrical component, Etc....in other words, all of the Honeywell stuff you're going to find at the supply house.... it's now Resideo. It does not matter if the products are used in a commercial environment.

    Honeywell has completely separated from Resideo. They do not own it. They are due indemnity payments every year from both Resideo and Garrett, the turbine engine maker, which they have also spun off and is now a separate company.

    This means that Residio is 100% not Honeywell, and merely a user of their designs and service and trademarks which were a part of that segment of the previous Honeywell business.
    Nah, this isn't quite right. I was confused too and was doing research on it a while back. Honeywell definitely still kept the commercial stuff in-house. The easiest way to see how it got split up is to check out both the "customer" websites:

    https://customer.honeywell.com/en-US/Pages/default.aspx
    https://customer.resideo.com/en-US/Pages/default.aspx

    As you can see, the websites have the same design, but Resideo lists all the residential products and Honeywell lists the commercial products. There was some overlap in the lines, so you'll notice some identical products between the Honeywell and Resideo sites. I suspect that even though the companies are officially separate, the Honeywell and Resideo products are still being made in the same factory.

    I doubt the T6 issues are due to the split, since that stat was introduced before then. Still, given the overlap in products, it doesn't make sense to me why they did this spinoff. Again on the security side of things, you see the exact same products being sold under Resideo and Honeywell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss120396 View Post
    Nah, this isn't quite right. I was confused too and was doing research on it a while back. Honeywell definitely still kept the commercial stuff in-house. The easiest way to see how it got split up is to check out both the "customer" websites:

    https://customer.honeywell.com/en-US/Pages/default.aspx
    https://customer.resideo.com/en-US/Pages/default.aspx

    As you can see, the websites have the same design, but Resideo lists all the residential products and Honeywell lists the commercial products. There was some overlap in the lines, so you'll notice some identical products between the Honeywell and Resideo sites. I suspect that even though the companies are officially separate, the Honeywell and Resideo products are still being made in the same factory.

    I doubt the T6 issues are due to the split, since that stat was introduced before then. Still, given the overlap in products, it doesn't make sense to me why they did this spinoff. Again on the security side of things, you see the exact same products being sold under Resideo and Honeywell.
    The similarity is only temporary.

    The business news articles say that the only relationship left is the indemnity payments due to Honeywell from Resideo and Garrrett.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    Stranded is old school commercial.
    And long run cable for stats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R600a View Post
    I would. I always have an iron and a roll of solder handy. Not to mention like 8 sizes of heat shrink tube.

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    Not for these rates you wouldn't.
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