Thermostats

Wi-Fi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat (RTH6580WF)

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Features
FEATURES
The Wi-Fi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat is designed for the way you live — connected and online. You can control it from anywhere in the house or anywhere in the world. Features such as Smart Response and precision temperature accuracy bring convenience and comfort to your home.
Setup
SETUP
Setup is simple and easy. Verify compatibility with your home heating and cooling system, and then remove your existing thermostat.
Connect with home comfort locally and globally

Our Wi-Fi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat — RTH6580WF connects to your home’s Wi-Fi connection to give you remote access from any Wi-Fi-enabled device. You can also download the free app to your smartphone or tablet for virtual access to your thermostat. From your connected device, you can program for comfort and energy savings. Or access the thermostat’s functions using the large, easy-to-read display.


  • Seven-day programming with four programs for each day
  • Energy saving mode
  • Large, easy-to-read display
  • Real-time clock (optional)
  • Automatic software updates
  • Secure network
  • Permanent/temporary hold
  • Honeywell precision accuracy to +/-1 degree F
  • Auto change from heating to cooling
  • One-year limited warranty
  • DIY installation
  • Total Connect Comfort voice command
Remote Access
Remote access to thermostat from anywhere with Wi-Fi-enabled device or free app on smartphone or tablet
Smart Response
Thermostat learns your heating/cooling cycles, then optimizes to deliver the right temperature at the right time
Specs
  • Model number: RTH6580WF
  • Color: White
  • Dimensions: 3-1/2 in. High X 5-3/4 in. Wide X 1-1/2 in. Deep
Energy Savings
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Ecosystem
Works with leading smart home companies for enhanced comfort and control. For a full list of integrations, please visit our integrations page.

Wi-Fi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat RTH6580WF

WiFi 7 Day Programmable Thermostat (RTH6580WF)
Honeywell DIY Wi-Fi Thermostat Overview (RTH6580WF) | Home | Honeywell

Compatible with systems

  • This thermostat works with virtually any system.
  • It is not compatible with electric baseboard heat (120/240V).
  • Use the chart available here to confirm that your system meets the compatibility requirements


Now you’re ready for the step-by-step instructions for installing the Wi-Fi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat. Simply choose the installation instructions option you prefer:

App-Guided Installation

Search “Total Connect Comfort” in the App Store or Google Play. Download the app to your smartphone or tablet to learn how to install and use your thermostat.

Video-Guided Installation

Watch a series of short videos that help you install your thermostat, including determining your system type, the installation process in steps, registering your thermostat and more.See Video’s Below.

Installation Guide PDF

Download PDFs of manuals and guides in the resources section below, such as Quick Start and User Guides.

Wi-Fi-7-Day-Programmable-Therm-RTH6580WF-Installation-Videos

WiFi 7 Day Programmable Thermostat (RTH6580WF)
Identify Your Heating-Cooling System Type | Training | Honeywell
WiFi 7 Day Programmable Thermostat (RTH6580WF)
Honeywell Wi-Fi Thermostat DIY Installation | Training | Honeywell
WiFi 7 Day Programmable Thermostat (RTH6580WF)
Honeywell Wi-Fi Thermostat Enrollment - DIY Installation | Training | Honeywell
WiFi 7 Day Programmable Thermostat (RTH6580WF)
Honeywell Wi-Fi Thermostat Registration - DIY Installation | Training | Honeywell

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Often, the thermostat will separate from the wallplate with moderate pressure. Other times, there might be small screws holding the device in place. If you are unable to pull it off, please refer to your thermostat manufacturer's website or manual for removal instructions. NOTE: Do not place your old thermostat in the trash if it contains mercury in a sealed tube. Contact the Thermostat Recycling Corporation at http://www.thermostat-recycle.org/ or 1-800-238-8192 for information on how and where to properly and safely dispose of your old thermostat.
An extra unused wire in the wall can be used as the C wire for your new thermostat. The extra wire will also need to be connected to the C (common) terminal at the heating and cooling system. This will provide power to your new thermostat. Please refer to the video section for more information.
The jumper wire can easily be replaced connecting it to the "R" and "RC" terminals on your thermostat wallplate. If you are unable to find the factory installed jumper, a short piece of wire can be used in its place. Please refer to step 1.7 in the Quick Start Guide.
In most cases, the only tools and materials required are a small flat edge screwdriver, #2 phillips screwdriver, your thermostat ID card (located in the box), and your home Wi-Fi Network password.
The thermostat will have a glass tube with a silver liquid inside of the tube. Mercury is typically found in older mechanical thermostats like the Honeywell Round T87 and rectangular T8090.
NOTE: Do not place your old thermostat in the trash if it contains mercury in a sealed tube. Contact the Thermostat Recycling Corporation at http://www.thermostat-recycle.org/ or 1-800-238-8192 for information on how and where to properly and safely dispose of your old thermostat.
There is no code governing wire colors and thermostat connections. The thermostat should be wired by the letters found next to the wire screw terminal block. If you do not know the letter labels, then you can trace the wires back to the air handler/furnace or heat pump/ac unit. That will allow you to determine the function of each wire at the system and then allow you to attach it to the matching terminal on the thermostat.
Some wireless routers have advanced features like guest networks. It is recommended that you connect your thermostat to your home network. If you must connect to your guest network, then you will need to contact the router manufacture to assist in unblocking port 443 in the guest network firewall.
Please try the following steps to get past the this screen: Power down the thermostat for 3-5 minutes by removing it from the wall plate or turning power off at the circuit breaker. Then turn the thermostat back on and verify that the "set time" screen is shown. If the "set time" screen is not shown repeat this process for longer period of time. After repowering, press the "fan" and the "up" arrow at the same time for five seconds. Press "Next" until ISU "39" is displayed, set it to option "0" with the arrow buttons, and press "Done." This will cause the Wi-Fi radio to reset. Please restart the Wi-Fi enrollment steps from the beginning.
No, the MAC ID and MAC CRC are not case sensitive. Upper and lower case characters will work.

You are probably connected only to your router, not to your thermostat. Try connecting to the thermostat again. - OR - The Wi-Fi thermostat works with the new iOS 9, operating system, however iOS 8 does not work for the initial thermostat installation. Please use a Wi-Fi connected computer, Android tablet or smart phone for the initial installation.

On the Thermostat Wi-Fi setup page, click on the rescan button to refresh the network list. This can be done multiple times. If this does not work then power down the thermostat by removing the thermostat from the wall plate and then snapping the thermostat back onto the wallplate in after 4-5 seconds. With your device (laptop or smartphone) reconnect to the "New Thermostat" network and open the Thermostat Wi-Fi Setup page again. If the wireless network is setup to be a non-broadcasting SSID, the user can enter in the network name at the bottom of the page. Enter the network name in the "Add new network" text box, specify the encryption type and click ADD. The new network will appear at the top of the list. Select it, enter a password (if necessary) and select ‘Join’.
Refer to Step 3 ("Register online for remote access") in the Quick Start Guide.
Verify that the password entered for the Wi-Fi router is correct.
Honeywell’s Wi-Fi Thermostats are compatible with the following Wi-Fi security standards: OPEN WEP PSK WPA TKIP PSK WPA2 AES PSK WPA2 MIXED PSK WPA AES PSK WPA2 TKIP PSK Please change your router settings to use one of the supported security settings above. If unsure how to do this, please contact the router manufacturer.
Most heating and cooling systems have a built in safety switch, which stops power to the heating and cooling system if the door is not secured.
A COM terminal is often used as another name for the C terminal and issued to provide power to your thermostat. COM can also refer to a communication circuit and will not provide power to the thermostat. If you have both a C and COM terminal on your heating and cooling system the thermostat should be wired to the C terminal. Please refer to the Quick Start Guide for more information.
There is no code governing wire colors and thermostat connections. The thermostat should be wired by the letters found next to the wire screw terminal block. If you do not know the letter labels, then you can trace the wires back to the air handler/furnace or heat pump/ac unit. That will allow you to determine the function of each wire at the system and then allow you to attach it to the matching terminal on the thermostat.
My Total Connect Comfort is a web portal for remote access to Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostats.
Yes, your my Total Connect Comfort account allows you to have multiple locations registered under one account.
The thermostat will display error code E02 if the password to the home router was entered incorrectly. The thermostat will automatically progress to the Wi-Fi Set Up screen after 30 seconds.
The thermostat will display error code E42 if the home router did not supply an IP address for wireless connection. Verify the home router is enabled for DHCP or power cycle the router and repeat the set up process.
Please use the password that you created for your My Total Connect Comfort account. If you do not remember the password you created please click on the Forgot Password link on the user sign-in page.
The MAC ID and MAC CRC are the unique identifiers used for registering your new Wi-Fi thermostat.
Start by clicking the Create an Account icon. Read and Accept the End User License Agreement. Enter the required contact information on the Create an Account screen and click Next. An activation email will be sent to you with a link to complete the activation process.
The MAC ID and MAC CRC is the alphanumeric code displayed on the thermostat display during the registration process. It is also located on the thermostat registration card and on the back of the thermostat . Each thermostat has a unique MAC ID and MAC CRC so that it is unique to your application.
Verify that the thermostat is correctly enrolled on your home Wi-Fi network. The thermostat will display "CONNECTION SUCCESSFUL" or "REGISTER AT TOTAL CONNECT." You might also see the Wi-Fi Signal strength icon. Verify that the Wi-Fi router has a good internet connection. On your computer, verify that you can open the site at mytotalconnectcomfort.coms. If you cannot open the site, switch off the internet modem for a few seconds, then power it back on.
The internet browsers supported by Total Connect Comfort are Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 4, Safari 5, and Chrome 9.
Honeywell offers several resources to assist in the wiring of your new thermostat. These resources include: Installation videos, a User Guide and a Quick Start Guide. If you are still unsure if your new thermostat is wired correctly, please contact Honeywell Customer Care at 1-855-733-5465.
Check the back or bottom of the router or the operating manual for the password. If you are still unable to find the password contact the router manufacturer.
If you do not have a wire connected to a C terminal or one that is labeled C on your old thermostat, there might be an extra wire that is pushed into the wall or wrapped around the wire bundle coming from the wall. Gently pull on the wire bundle to check whether there are any additional wires. If you do not have any additional wires, please refer to the Install Videos for alternative wiring.
It may take several minutes for your confirmation email to arrive from My Total Connect Comfort. Check your junk or spam mailbox for the activation email. The activation email will come from mytotalconnectcomfort@alarmnet.com. If you still cannot find the activation email you may need to use an alternate email account to register your thermostat. If you register with an alternate email and are still unable to find the activation email, please call Honeywell's Customer Care at 1-855-733-5465
No - once you complete the registration process, you can access My Total Connect Comfort and control your thermostat from anywhere by visiting myTotalConnectcomfort.com from any device or by downloading the iTunes or Google Play App on your tablet or smart phone.
Check your email and ensure that you received an activation email. Follow the instructions to activate your account and then login to the website.

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