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Tip of the Day 08/16/14
Amana ComfortNet Communicating Control System
(An AC Express top pick for system upgrades)

Amana ComfortNet

The Amana brand ComfortNet digital control works with Amana brand ECM-based furnaces and air handlers and 16 & 18 SEER two-stage air conditioners and heat pumps.

Product Features

Automatic system configuration ensures system is working at its maximum efficiency Exclusive “Call for Service” diagnostic indicator Large 12 square-inch display with extra-large touch keys, 10-second backlight, and large easy-to-read character sizes Unique color-coded temperature touch keys for quick adjustments Clean, uncluttered touchscreen display provides easier navigation Intuitive menu-driven programming with audio beep prompt Simplified dual-fuel compatibility without the need for extra controls Built-in dehumidification controls

  • Active system diagnostics — All control board error codes are mirrored at the display
  • Your choice of seven-day programmable or non-programmable functionality
  • Programmable fan and comfort circulating fan
  • Selectable energy management recovery program
  • Remote outdoor temperature sensor
  • Hard-wired with battery back-up

THE AMANA COMFORTNET COMMUNICATION SYSTEM IS A SYSTEM UPGRADE

The ComfortNet control system actively monitors and analyzes the entire HVACR system for any irregular conditions. If detected, the control will take appropriate action and display the results in the diagnostic menu on the ComfortNet control unit. The 12-square inch touch screen display – the industry’s largest – and oversized touch keys simplify programming, explains Fisher. An intuitive menu, with audio prompts and color-coded temperature touch keys, allow for quick adjustment.“The touch screen display is clean and uncluttered, designed for easier navigation,” he says.

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