The new EvenAir Whole House Comfort Control Solution ensures even temperatures in the home.
Get the EvenAir Solution with Field Controls whole house comfort control! The Comfort Control System works directly with heating and cooling appliances to bring temperature balance to the home. The EvenAir system thermostat monitors the sleeping area and living area temperatures and the comfort control automatically adjusts the system airflow. Uniform air delivery balances temperatures for a comfortable home.
The EvenAir installation is just as simple as the system itself. EvenAir system thermostat is installed where the existing thermostat is located. A temperature sensor is installed in the sleeping area. Area Comfort Dampers that control the airflow to the sleeping area and living area will be installed in the ductwork for a discrete look.
The Comfort Problem– Multi-level homes find discomfort due to uneven temperatures from the heating and cooling system. Rising heat, sun exposure, and windows can cause the living and bedroom (sleeping) areas to be uncomfortably warm or uncomfortably cool.
The upper level sleeping area of a 2-story home during the summer cooling season will feel too warm. The lower level living area during the winter heating season will feel too cool. The sleeping area and living area of a single story home can be too warm or too cool depending on exposure.
The EvenAir Solution- The EvenAir Whole House Comfort Control System works with your heating and cooling appliances to bring temperature balance to your home. EvenAir system thermostat monitors the sleeping area and living area temperatures. The comfort control automatically adjusts the system airflow. Uniform air delivery balances temperatures for a comfortable home.
The EvenAir installation is simple. Your contractor will install an EvenAir system thermostat where your existing thermostat is located. A temperature sensor is installed in the sleeping area. Area Comfort Dampers that control the airflow to the sleeping area and living area will be installed in your ductwork.
How EvenAir Works
- An EvenAir thermostat monitors the temperature in two locations (sleeping area and living area) to maintain even temperatures throughout the home.
- The second temperature sensor, located in the sleeping area, is checked every 2 minutes during heating and cooling modes.
- When the temperatures differ by more than 2 degrees, airflow is automatically adjusted. Each EvenAir damper is adjusted by 2% in the appropriate direction to increase airflow where it is needed. This modulates air delivery to balance temperature throughout the home.
- Every two minutes during a heating or cooling call an adjustment to the airflow will be made if the living and sleeping area temperatures differ by 2°F or more.
- The EvenAir thermostat continues to automatically adjust airflow to find the right distribution for heating or cooling airflow to keep the living and sleeping area comfortable.
- At night the thermostat uses the temperature sensors in the sleeping area to control heating and cooling calls, just as if the thermostat was moved upstairs to the sleeping area.
- Airflow override feature allows up to 3 hours of directed airflow to living area for special gatherings
- Thermostat provides a large, bright, touch, LCD display
- Wi-Fi version thermostat is directly interchangeable with standard thermostat
- LED lights on damper to indicate open and close positions
- Modulating damper operation
- Hidden key protected Installer options
- Separate USER/Homeowner options
- Energy saving during night time hours
- Standard multi-size dampers available for every installation
- HERS Testing: same as traditional single-thermostat installation
- Requires only one airflow test as compared to zoning
- No BYPASS damper required. No energy
- Lower cost of installation:
- No zoning panel required.
- No discharge air sensor.
- No bypass duct and damper.
- No barometric damper.
- Less wires. Uses standard 5 wire between thermostat and air handler.
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