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Does Ring Doorbell Work with any Thermostat?

Does Ring Work with any Thermostat?

The Ring is a security hinged company that manufactures Wi-Fi-enabled doorbells to supplement safety and ease of control. These doorbells have built-in Motion Sensors, IR Night Vision Cameras, Internet Connectivity, and smartphone application moderated control functions, which makes them more than just a doorbell. Because of these starling features, these doorbells have made their way into many homes and buildings.

Also, we know that every other person has some thermostat device in their homes. For a quick explanation, A Thermostat is a heat-sensitive, temperature monitoring system that can modify the ambient temperature as desired. The Thermostat controls heating and cooling devices at your homes and regulates them by adjusting the flow of water and other heat transfer fluids inside these devices.

The question is, are Ring Doorbells compatible with the Thermostat device? And the answer is, Yes, they are. One can come up with a plethora of ways to connect Ring with a thermostat.

Does Ring manufacture its Thermostats?

No, Ring does not themselves manufacture any Thermostats or have a third-party partnership with any company. But this fact does not come in the way of linking the Ring device with other thermostats.

There are multiple different ways to get the job done. One can also connect Ring with the Nest system using a hub like Amazon Echo plus or Google Home. There is an advantage of the voice command feature that is supplement by AIs like Alexa and Google Assistant.

Which Thermostat works with Ring Doorbell?

Three thermostats are most compatible with Ring. But note that all the following thermostats work only with Ring Doorbell 2 device. These are:

Ecobee4 Thermostat

The smart Thermostat has an additional Escobee room sensor that not only has heat sensors but also motion sensors to detect any movement or activity going on in the field range of the sensor.

The idea behind the room sensors is to widen the range of the heat sensing ability of the device. If the Thermostat is present in only one room, then you can install motion sensors in others to prevent a difference in their cooling or heating. Otherwise, going from one room to another could feel very uncomfortable.

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Carrier Cor 5C Thermostat

This is a programmable, zoning panel compatible device that has proper comfort management. The Carrier Cor 5C Smart Thermostat can connect to a Wi-Fi network and can be moderated by a free company provided app. The device will update you on its regular activities by sending notifications on the smartphone.

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Honeywell Lyric T5 Wi-Fi Thermostat

It is high tech, a square-shaped device with a touchscreen interface and a sleek black finish. The Honeywell Lyric T5 is a budget alternative to a high-priced Lyric Round but with a more stylish look. Along with Ring, it is compatible with a broad range of other hardware, like single- and multi-stage heating and cooling systems, heat pumps, geothermal and hot-water heating, and gas fireplaces.

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What are Some Other Thermostats That Work with Ring?

There are some more to the list of thermostats that connect to the Ring devices. These are mentioned below:

Emerson Sensi Touch Wi-Fi Thermostat

This device glows and changes light with the change in temperature. It also tracks humidity and provides you with actual numbers. The large touchscreen also has flexible lighting options.

The Emerson Sensi Touch Wi-Fi heat-sensing device comes with a free Sensi installable app that walks you through the step-by-step process of DIY installation. The device has a rapid installation procedure because of its traditional Thermostat design. The terminal ends light up for better visibility, and you do not even need a screwdriver.

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Lennox iComfort E30 Smart Thermostat

This is a versatile device that connects with any Google Assistant Device. You can also program your Lennox iComfort Thermostat with “If This, Then That (IFTTT)” app and manage it according to your daily schedule. In case you are in the Apple ecosystem, then this option is best for you, and the Lenox thermostat can also be controlled with the Apple Homekit with Siri.

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Johnson Controls GLAS Smart Thermostat

This translucent, touchscreen, 5.9-inch OLED device is the most cooling Thermostat among all others. It is like a showpiece more than a heat sensor. Not just moderating the room temperature, the Johnson GLAS Smart Thermostat also displays information on your home’s climate.

The device has built-in Microsoft Cortana voice assistants for a smooth hands-free experience. But one can even link Alexa or Google Assistant by using Amazon Echo or Google Home, respectively.

The Thermostat can measure air quality and humidity. With all these unique and fresh features, the device falls short in-app experience and distant control. The app is slow, there is no remote sensor support, installing the equipment is a tedious task, and the cherry on top is that the cost is very high. The overall software performance is not satisfactory, and Nest and Escobee are way better than Johnson Controls in this area, but yes, the hardware is robust.

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Lux Kono Smart Thermostat

Having full Compatibility with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri, the Lux Kuno Smart Thermostat is a budget-friendly choice. The hardware is sleek, with multiple home integration options.

But the deal-breaker is the taxing installation process. You need to adjust everything from a single knob that may make you question your decision to buy a Lix Kono Thermostat. Though this device is not the best choice out there, it is worth the mention.

The Ring devices can work with Alexa because Amazon acquired Ring in 20118. That is why you can link the Ring Doorbell and almost all the Thermostats using the Amazon Echo Plus Hub technology. Alexa is a speech recognition and voice command control system that gives a hands-free automation control.

The Echo Plus device can connect to multiple smart devices at once and sends out a signal to coordinate their functioning. You can also control the devices through the Alexa app on your smartphone. Make sure that all the devices are linked with the same Wi-Fi network (2.4 GHz) to ensure smooth operation.

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How to Connect Video Foorbells with Smart Thermostats?


The Ring has not yet integrated any software within their tech to incorporate working with smart Thermostats. But there is one system that is an intelligent home system that dispenses the feature of connecting video doorbell and smart thermostats. We are talking about none other than the Nest system by Google.

How to Add Nest and Ring to Amazon Echo?

You can add Nest and Ring to the Echo device by using the Alexa app. Follow this procedure:

  • Download and Install the Amazon Alexa app on your smartphones or tablets.
  • Open the App.
  • Head over to the menu bar in the corner.
  • You will be diverted to a menu list.
  • Select “Smart Home.”
  • Now select “Your Smart Home Skills” on the Smart Home bar.
  • Tap “Enable Smart Home Skills.”
  • Find and select the Nest and Ring devices that are installed at your home from the Smart Home list.
  • Enable both devices.
  • The app will ask for your Ring and Nest Account details to connect it to the Alexa account.
  • After connecting the accounts, you can give voice commands.
  • Give the following command: “Alexa, discover my devices.”
  • After buffering for about 10 seconds, the new member will appear on the Smart Home devices list on the app.
  • And you are all done.

How to Add the Nest and Ring to Google Home?

You can add Nest and Ring to the Echo device by using Google Assistant. Follow this procedure:

  • Download and install the Google Home app on your phone.
  • Go to the “Menu” on the upper left corner of Homescreen.
  • Then tap on “Home Control.”
  • Click “+” on the “Devices” option in the upper right corner.
  • At last, select the devices you want to link.
  • Follow the step by step setup procedure on the app.
  • Tap “Done”
  • Voila, your devices are connected.

Some other methods

Some apps like IFTTT also allow you to connect your devices. It is a freeware web-based assistant that makes a chain of statements called applets. The Ring device and Smart Thermostat can be contacted using the IFTTT app.

A smart step would be to integrate the Ring devices and thermostats with Z-waves. It is a wireless software that is built-in in a device. These waves allow two devices to interact with each other using low energy radio waves if both have the Z-wave signaling ability. But this is a talk of the future and is a question of a potential tech revolution.


As mentioned above, various thermostats work with Ring Doorbell, especially the second model. But to connect these devices, a hub is necessary. For ring devices, the Echo Plus is the best choice as Amazon owns both. Nest System is also an excellent way to connect Ring and thermostats. We walked you through the procedure, and we hope that it helped.

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Susan Hart
Susan Hart, with a background in Electrical Engineering, has been at the forefront of safety and security system innovations for 15 years. Her experience includes working with leading security firms, where she played a key role in developing advanced home security solutions. She is also deeply involved in community safety programs, volunteering her expertise to enhance local security measures. In quieter moments, she enjoys pottery, merging her technical precision with artistic expression. She is a great marathon runner, reflecting her dedication and endurance in her professional and personal life.

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