The ecobee room sensors are a great way to expand on your Ecobee system and get the most out of its capabilities. The all-new SmartSensor catches eyes and detects both temperature and occupancy—faster and from further away.
Bring your home to life
SmartSensor unlocks the full power of your ecobee thermostat for enhanced comfort when you’re home and savings when you’re away.
Place sensors in multiple rooms up to 60 feet away from your smart thermostat to set an average temperature for your whole home.
Fits right in
SmartSensor blends perfectly into the look of any room. Connect it to its magnetic stand and place on a shelf; or attach it to a wall with the included adhesive wall mount.
Amazing battery life
SmartSensor is powered by the long-lasting CR2477 battery and uses a secure, energy-efficient radio frequency (915MHz) for up to five years of battery life. So, you really can set it and forget it.
Smart Home / Away
When your remote thermostat sensors detect you’re home, your ecobee thermostat automatically adjusts the temperature for comfort, and vice versa for energy savings when you’re away.
Did you know? Smart Home/Away doesn’t run overnight. As you sleep, your thermostat will set the temperature based on the average reading from active sensors.
Follow Me Mode
With Follow Me enabled, your room sensors detect which rooms are in use and your ecobee thermostat sets the household temperature to prioritize comfort in those rooms. Over time, your thermostat learns your family’s occupancy habits and adjusts the temperature automatically for smarter comfort and further savings.
With the Smart Recovery feature enabled, your ecobee uses local weather information, your occupancy habits, and an ongoing analysis of your HVAC system’s heating and cooling patterns so that it’s always the right temperature at the right time.
Keep your home comfortable and prevent your HVAC system from excessive runtime with Thermal Protect. With it enabled, your ecobee thermostat will ignore a sensor when its readings diverge from those of your other sensors beyond a certain customizable limit. (This can sometimes happen when a sensor is placed in a room that tends to get hotter (e.g. attic) or cooler (e.g. the basement) than the rest of the home.)