The Set Point Controller setting is located in Home Settings->System Settings.
Set Point Controller is only available when using an integrated smart thermostat.
When Set Point Controller is set to "Thermostat", you will define your home set point using your smart thermostat. Flair will read this temperature and then open and close Smart Vents to maintain the temperature. Flair will not adjust your thermostat settings and will only adjust Smart Vents (and mini splits, window units or portables when using Mirror Mode).
Note: If you create a schedule in Flair, the Flair schedule will take priority over set point changes made to your smart thermostat or a set point changes from your smart thermostat schedule.
When Set Point Controller is "Flair App", you will define your home set point using the Flair app. Flair will then monitor the temperature of all Active rooms in your home and nudge the smart thermostat set point as necessary.
You can adjust the home set point in the control bar.
Note: The home set point control will only appear when Flair is the Set Point Controller.
When Flair is controlling the set point, Flair will look at the average temperature across all Active rooms to determine when/if to nudge the smart thermostat set point.
If you have a smart thermostat in a room with no Smart Vents, it may make sense to set that room to Inactive to prevent Flair from using the temperature from the thermostat in the averaging.
When using Flair as the Set Point Controller, if you want to use a schedule, create the schedule in Flair. If you already have a schedule on your smart thermostat follow these instructions.
For Honeywell users:
- Turn off the schedule
For ecobee users:
- Remove ecobee remote sensors from all comfort modes
- Set ecobee's "Hold Action" setting to "Until you change it"
- Disable eco+ settings
- If Flair's Away Settings are set to "App Geolocation" or "Manual", then disable ecobee's "Smart Home/Away" setting