Trane Variable-Speed Air Conditioner
Trane variable-speed air conditioner systems, like Trane’s XV17 and XV18 TruComfort™ systems, offer precise temperature control and enhanced energy efficiency for your home. These systems allow you to adjust your fan to various speeds, ensuring that your home remains at the ideal temperature, providing the utmost comfort.
XV17 TruComfort™ Variable Speed Air Conditioner:
This system is designed to provide efficient and comfortable home cooling. With its variable speed capabilities, it can continuously adjust to maintain optimal temperatures. The XV17 is a reliable choice for enhancing your home’s comfort while being energy-efficient.
XV18 TruComfort™ Variable Speed Air Conditioner:
Rated up to 18 SEER, the XV18 TruComfort™ system offers quiet operation and energy efficiency. It maintains a comfortable indoor environment with its variable speed features. The XV18 system is perfect for those seeking a balance of cooling efficiency and reduced noise levels.
XV20i TruComfort™ Variable Speed Air Conditioner:
The XV20i TruComfort™ system stands out with a 22 SEER rating for maximum efficiency. This system delivers exceptional cooling performance while maintaining high energy efficiency. It’s a top choice for those seeking efficiency and overall performance.
When considering a variable-speed AC unit, it’s important to note that the pricing may vary based on your specific system requirements and location. Trane recommends pairing these units with components like the Hyperion™ TAM9 Air Handler, XC 80 Gas Furnace, XC 95M Furnace, or S9V2 to optimize efficiency. Variable speed units continuously communicate with these components and your Trane thermostat to achieve the highest efficiency.
How does this variable speed unit communicate to achieve optimal efficiency?
Variable speed units achieve optimal efficiency by utilizing advanced technology that allows continuous communication with various components within the HVAC system, including the Trane
thermostat. This communication ensures precise control over the system’s speed and operation to meet specific cooling needs effectively. Here’s how it works: