Other Specifications

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How does Mysa compare to nest?

Nest is designed to work with low-voltage heating systems (oil furnaces, whole home heat pumps, natural gas, etc.) In contrast, Mysa is designed for high-voltage (120V-240V) heating systems that are not compatible with Nest. Systems like: electric baseboard heating, in-wall fan forced heaters, and some convection heaters.

Mysa will not work in low-voltage homes, and Nest will not work in high-voltage homes.

Technical Specifications


Mysa is compatible with most high-voltage electrical heating systems, such as baseboard heaters, fan-forced heaters and radiant ceiling heating.

Power: 3800 W (Max)

Voltage: 120 V (Min)/240 V (Max)
*Compatible with 208 V Single Phase Systems, not 3 Phase Systems

Current: 16 A (Max)

Mysa is tested to UL and CSA standards through Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTL). The NRTL certification is displayed on the back of the Mysa unit.”

App and Connectivity

iPhone- Running on devices IOS 10.2 or above

Android- Running on devices 4.4 'Kit-Kat' or above.

*Internet connection required for remote access and 'Smart' features


Dimensions- Height 5.7in, Width 3.8in, Depth 1.1in

Sensing capability- Temperature +/- 0.4 F/ 0.1 C, Humidity +/- 2%, range 5-30 C

Unit Power Usage - The Mysa unit draws ~1W of power *The amount of power each unit draws to power itself

Data Usage -  A Mysa Thermostat will connect with Mysa servers every 30 minutes.

                     -  Each thermostat will use 15 MB down and 15 MB up over a 30 day period.

Packaging- Mysa Thermostat, Electrical box mounting screws, wire connectors and the installation guide.

Languages- English and French

Warranty- 2 year warranty 

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