Can I use all Remote Sensors and not use a Puck?
Every Flair system needs at least one Puck, configured as a Gateway and plugged into power using the supplied cable and adapter. This "Gateway Puck" is connected to your home WiFI and acts as a communication hub for all your other Flair devices (even if you only have one Puck in your system).
If you plan to use one Flair Puck and use your smart thermostat and its remote sensors in the rest of the rooms, place your Gateway Puck in a centralized location to provide good signal strength to all the Smart Vents. It doesn't need to be in a room and can be used as a dedicated networking device. Some homes may need more than one Gateway Puck. Read this article to make sure you have enough Gateway Pucks: "How many Gateways do I need?"
Adding Remote Sensors to Rooms
During Setup, when integrating an ecobee or Honeywell smart thermostat, Flair will automatically import any remote sensors associate with the smart thermostat. After Setup, follow these instructions to add remote sensors to rooms:
- In the Flair app, tap the 3-dot menu on the room tile and go to Settings
- Select Devices
- Expand "Remote Sensors"
- Check the remote sensors to use in this room
In this example, this room is using a remote sensor named, "Rec Room".
To use the occupancy feature of remote sensors, see Remote Sensor Occupancy.