The easy and affordable alternative to installing a C-wire for Nest thermostats.
What is the Nest Power Connector?
Nest thermostats are designed to work without a C-wire. However, some heating and cooling systems use a C-wire to give consistent power. If your home doesn’t have a C-wire installed and you find that your system needs one, the Nest Power Connector is an easier and more affordable option for powering Nest thermostats, and it doesn’t require new wiring.
Cost less than a new c-wire
The Nest Power Connector is an affordable alternative at $24.99. It costs much less than hiring an electrician to install a new c-wire.
Do all thermostats need it?
For Nest Thermostat
Heating-only, cooling-only, heat pump, and zone controlled systems will need a Nest Power Connector or C-wire.
Other Nest thermostats
As some homes may not have a continuous power supply, a Nest Power Connector may be needed if your customers have a heating-only, cooling-only, heat pump, or a zone controlled system.
With simple instructions, you can install yourself
As some homes may not have a continuous power supply, a Nest Power Connector may be needed if you have a heating-only, cooling-only, heat pump, or a zone controlled system.
Connect your thermostat to Wi-Fi to control the temperature from your phone, tablet or laptop.
No drills, no mess.
Using existing wires that connect thermostats to HVAC systems, the Nest Power Connector attaches directly to the furnace, air handler or zone controller — whichever is applicable for the customer’s home. It means customers won’t need to have holes drilled and wires pulled through their walls.
A neat finish.
Nest Power Connectors come with a sticky pad for a mess-free installation.
It also has an IP51 rating, which means it’s resistant to dust and water, and is made from 46% recycled plastic.