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  • ENERGY STAR Certified
    Smart Thermostats

    Smart thermostats that earn the ENERGY STAR label have been independently certified to deliver energy savings.

For the average American household, almost half of the annual energy bill goes to heating and cooling – that’s more than $900 a year. Being smart about how you control your temperature settings with an ENERGY STAR certified smart thermostat will help you save money and stay comfortable in your home.

Each product uses slightly different features to help homeowners save energy, so do your research, and choose the ENERGY STAR certified smart thermostat that's right for you.

Common ENERGY STAR certified smart thermostat features may include:

  • Remote Control:
    • Using your smartphone, you can adjust the temperature in your home from anywhere with an internet connection.
  • Geofencing:
    • This feature allows your thermostat to detect when you’ve left for the day to ‘set back’ your HVAC system and save money on your heating or A/C bill. If you’re on the way home, the thermostat can automatically adjust the temperature to ensure you arrive to a comfortable home.
  • Learning temperature preferences:
    • Certain ENERGY STAR certified smart thermostats can learn your preferences automatically and establish a schedule that adjusts to energy-saving temperatures when you are asleep or away.
  • Over-the-Air Updates:
    • Your thermostat may update its software periodically to ensure it uses the latest algorithms and energy-saving features available.

Buying tips:

  • Make sure the smart thermostat you purchase is compatible with your heating and cooling system. For the very highest efficiency heating and cooling equipment, you may want a controller from the same company. (E.g. Air conditioner rated at 20 SEER or higher).
  • If your smart thermostat uses WIFI, make sure it’s reasonably close to the router to prevent periodic disconnections. If your thermostat is too far from your router, consider a WIFI range extender, which can improve overall connectivity.

ENERGY STAR certified smart thermostats are also designed to be compatible with the programs that some local utilities offer, providing home owners in their service territory with incentives to help them manage reliability.

American Standard - Gold 824


  • Thermostat Brand Owner Field details:
    American Standard
  • Thermostat Brand Name Field details:
    American Standard
  • Thermostat Model Name Field details:
    Gold 824
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  • ENERGY STAR Partner Field details:
    Trane and American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning
  • Demand Response Summary Field details:
    Ingersoll Rand is committed to supporting Demand Response (DR) programs with utilities across the United States. As such, the XL824 CT is Title 24 compliant, open ADR compatible, and has both cloud and local APIs to support DR. It also supports utility DR control through a portal designed specifically for utility use. For improved comfort, we support DR events that follow a consumer configurable setpoint, and allow override by subsequent setpoint changes made by the consumer. We also provide a specific operating mode for variable capacity systems DR that triggers a minimum capacity mode rather than a full off.


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  • Thermostat Heating and Cooling Control Features Field details:
    External Temperature Detection,Additional Home Temperature Sensor,Geofencing (User Device Based),Other,Humidity Sensing
  • Thermostat Communication Method Field details:
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  • Date Available on Market Field details:
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  • Markets Field details:
    United States, Canada

Additional Model Identification

ENERGY STAR Unique IDField details: 2337840
Additional Model Names and/or Numbers: ,Gold 824,