This requires InControl version 2.0 or higher.
This page will describe the steps required to setup a thermostat to turn up the heat at 7 AM and turn it down again at 10 PM, Monday through Friday.
Step 1: Create Scene to turn thermostat heat to 72 degrees.
a) Click the New Scene button and enter a name describing the scene.
b) With your new scene selected, click Add Device... and check the box next to your thermostat. After the your thermostat has been added to the scene, you can click on it and enter a Cool and Heat point. I set my cool point to something high and my heat point to 72.
Step 2: Create Scene to turn thermostat heat to 60 degrees.
Repeat step 1 again, this time creating a scene named "Thermostat Heat Off" which tells your thermostat to go to a low heat point, such as 60.
Step 3: Create rule to activate heat on scene at 7 AM
a) Click New Rule and name it "Heat on: Morning"
b) Select the rule Heat On: Morning in your list and verify that Trigger and Script to Execute are set to "On a Specific Date (repeatable)" and "ActivateScene.cs", respectively and that the rule is marked as Enabled.
c) Click the Rule Data... button. Enter today for the Target Date, and 7:00 AM for when you want the heat to turn on. NOTE: This date may be in the past. This is OK since we are going to tell this rule to repeat everyday at the same time.
d) Choose the scene you'd like to activate for this rule. In this case, we pick "Thermostat Heat On."
e) For the Interval, enter "Days" to specify that this rule should repeat every day.
f) For the interval number, we will specify "1" to tell it to repeat every 1 day.
g) Finally, choose which Days of the Week you'd like this rule to be valid on.
Step 4: Repeat step 3, creating a rule to activate the "Heat Off" scene at 10 PM.
Your thermostat should now turn on and off every day based on the schedule you set.