Google Nest Temperature Sensor
Works with compatible Nest thermostats ; the sensor tells the thermostat what the temperature is in the room where it’s placed and the thermostat uses that reading to control when the system turns on or off to keep that room the temperature you like Put different temperature sensors in different rooms, like the baby’s room or living room Control your Nest sensor in the Nest app; set a schedule and choose which room to prioritize when  The Nest Temperature Sensor is easy to set up; just hang it on the wall or place it on a shelf The Nest sensor runs on batteries so it works in most homes; batteries can last up to 2 years Add up to 6 sensors for each compatible Nest thermostat in your home The Nest Temperature Sensor is a great addition to your smart home; its simple design blends into any home Please refer to the product description section below for all applicable legal disclaimers denoted by the bracketed numbers in the preceding bullet points (e.g., , ,
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Ridiculously easy to pair with the nest thermostat (I’m using the 3rd gen learning one). It regulated my 2nd floor temperature within two hours without making the rest of the house too cold. Very impressed and looking forward to a comfortable night’s sleep
Meet the Google Nest Temperature Sensor. It communicates the temperature to compatible Google Nest thermostats, like the Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Gen) and the Nest Thermostat E. You can put different Nest sensors in different rooms, then use the Nest app to choose the exact temperature you want the room to be, along with a time of day. And it’s simple to install yourself – just hang it on the wall or place it on a shelf.  The Nest Temperature Sensor requires a 3rd generation Google Nest Learning Thermostat or a Google Nest Thermostat E. Identify your thermostat.  Remote control and mobile notifications require working internet and Wi-Fi.
From the manufacturer
Keep your home and family comfortable.
Most homes aren’t the same temperature in every room. Maybe the baby’s room gets too cold or the living room is too warm. Or maybe your thermostat is in a room where you don’t spend much time. The Nest Temperature Sensor helps make sure a certain room is just the temperature you want it to be.
How does it work?
Your sensor will tell your Nest thermostat the temperature in the room where it’s placed. Your thermostat will use that reading, rather than its own built-in sensors, to control when the system turns on or off. You can schedule it to use different sensors at different times of the day.
Where should I install it?
In most homes, it’s best to install your sensor in a room where you spend a lot of time, like a bedroom or living room. Place it near chest height for the most accurate temperature measurement. And make sure it’s within 50 feet of your thermostat so they can communicate.