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    Trane Air Handlers

    Ok, Trane makes these units right now:

    GAM5 - constant torque blower

    TAM7 - variable speed blower

    TAM8 - variable speed with communicating functions

    Now here comes the new one.

    TAM9 - variable speed, communicating, COMPLETELY WIRELESS controls. Stick it in the closet, mount the stat on the wall and when you are done with connecting drains, refrigerant lines and incomming 240, you can walk away.
    Read, read, read!

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    Just kidding. Don't go suing me for slander etc. It would be something the Trane engineers would think of, something that no one as asked for but they would dump a ton of $ into design and testing.
    Read, read, read!

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    You know that may not be hard for them at all. Now these days with wireless networking capability and proven technology. It should be very easy. Cisco should get involved with them. They make some of the finest network hardware in the market.

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    id install it in my house.

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    I found this searching for any info because there is a TAM9 in the works but I can't find any info yet. Classes are starting soon and I hope Sarge was right!
    Quote Originally Posted by k-fridge View Post
    The laws of physics know no brand names.

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    Tam9 is supposed to replace Tam7 and Tam8.

    Trane already has wireless control on their new commercial vav's. If they can get it to work reliably in a large commercial building it will have no problem in a residential setting.

    Sent from my SM-G930P using Tapatalk

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