The ecobee Remote Sensor Module (RSM) is compatible with the ecobee Smart Thermostat (Residential) and has been developed to allow for greater control over the comfort of a home or buildings operating system.

The RSM will provide access to up to four additional hard wired sensors per system and supports 10K NTC resistive temperature sensors and 0-10Vdc or 0-5Vdc humidity or CO2 sensors. The RSM is mounted right into the Equipment Interface and will be managed through the ecobee Web Portal delivering ultimate control, monitoring and remote diagnostics from anywhere you have an internet connection.

Some of the features of the Remote Sensor Module include:

Control Sensors
  • Use the average from multiple temperature or humidity sensors to control the HVAC system
  • Use a remote sensor instead of the thermostat sensor
  • Use existing thermostat high/low temp alerts to signal you of any problems with the system

  • Monitor each sensor individually on the thermostat and online.
  • Monitor the temperature of non-HVAC equipment, for example freezers or refrigerators.
  • Monitor humidity or C02 levels.
  • Set individual high or low thresholds per input
  • Generate alerts or program specific actions to suit specific needs.

    Discharge Air Temperature Monitoring
  • Monitor discharge air or return air
  • Set individual temperature ranges for both heat and cool
  • Generate alerts or program specific actions

    Outdoor Sensor
  • Replace the internet weather for HVAC algorithms
  • Replaces current temperature information on home screen
  • Still retains a 5 day forecast Dry Contact
  • Up to 4 more dry contacts for door/window dry contacts points
  • Generate alerts or specific actions
  • Read more
    Manuals (2)
    Temperature Range (F):
    -40° to 160°F
    Operating Humidity:
    5% to 95% (non-condensing)
    Speak with a real person who will go out of their way to help!
    Monday – Wednesday
    8am–7:45pm EST
    8am–5:45pm EST
    9am–4:45pm EST
    3 Videos

      Product Reviews

      Product Q&A