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August 3, 2009
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The programmable digital control for the new-generation Infinity System has been redesigned, giving the homeowner greater control and more ease-of-use of their heating and cooling system. With its state-of-the-art control unit, the complete system provides longer heating and cooling cycles at lower fan speeds for energy savings and more consistent temperatures throughout the home. The system includes the Infinity Control, a single control that allows for easy management of the entire system, with a distinctive, easy-to-read, large backlit display. The control also offers enhanced communication capabilities, such as advising when it’s time for regular maintenance and filter changes. The control doubles as a service tool to maintain optimum performance. When maintenance issues arise, the control will provide an alert and display the phone number of an authorized Carrier dealer. An optional Remote Access Kit will allow the system to contact the dealer when service is required, permit remote troubleshooting, and give homeowners remote control of the system via the Internet or a telephone.

Carrier, Indianapolis, IN; 800-227-7437; contact.carrier@carrier.utc.com; www.carrier.com

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