I heard some trane rooftop unit need special T-stat, otherwise may cause the unit to run heating and cooling at the same time. Any ideas? Thanks.
Some trane units use a 5v dc t-stat (bay sens), but you can get an interface board to use a conventional t-stat.
it would depend on the unit...some units use a special trane communicating t-stat. these units can be converted to a standard t-stat with the addition of a board. some units can use either one.
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Heat pumps are known for this, Carrier as well.
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