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Johnson Controls Inc., York Engineered Systems: Floor-Mounted Fan Coil Unit

August 30, 2010
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The Enviro-Tec brand floor-mounted fan coil unit offers optimized coil circuits and efficient fan and motor combinations, which contribute to significant energy savings. The choice of a programmable thermostat that uses a clock for unit setback or a passive infrared (PIR) sensor that senses occupancy to determine setback helps to manage energy consumption. The units also include wireless networking capabilities that enable communication with a building automation system. Available in concealed, exposed, or sloped-top configurations, the unit includes factory-mounted DDC control or unit-mounted digital thermostats. Controllers and actuators are wired via plugged wiring harnesses with color-coded plugs and wires. In addition, factory-mounted piping packages arrive on the jobsite with actuators wired to the controller. Features include high-efficiency MERV 8 or MERV 13 filters and dehumidification control via reheat options and thermostat-control schemes.

Johnson Controls Inc., York Engineered Systems, Attn: Mike Duguid, Marketing Communications Manager, P.O. Box 1592-361P, York, PA 17405-1592; 717-771-7890; 717-771-7381 (fax); michael.s.duguid@jci.com; www.johnsoncontrols.com

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