Hi, I'm looking at switching out our current Honeywell thermostat for Ecobee, and would like to also switch the vents in each of 3 bedrooms for Flair.
I understand I need at least one Gateway Puck for the Flairs to work.
Current thinking is to set up room #1 with a Gateway Puck, and rooms #2 and #3 with Ecobee sensors -- plus an Ecobee smart thermostat in the hallway.
In this case, how does the Puck interact with the Ecobee Thermostat? If I am in bedroom #1 and set the Puck to a lower temperature than the Ecobee thermostat is set to, will it talk to the Ecobee thermostat to turn on the AC and Flair will shut off vents in the other rooms?
I'm trying to understand if the Ecobee has to already be powering on the system on independently and then Flair only directs air, or if Flair in-room readings can also be used to drive the Ecobee system too.
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