We plan to get something like Trane XV95 ComfortR, plus upgrade to R410a coolant, & a TXV, & Tstat. (Everything professionally installed by others.)
If my questions are confusing, it's because I may not understand yet what I'm asking about totally, or how these things interact with each other. Thanks for your forbearance.
Does using Constant-On Blower, in essence, "nullify or rule out" the features of Comfort-R & Dehumidifying Tstat settings?
Sounds like this is a wiring decision that must be made at setup, versus setting things up for Comfort-R control, but then simply turning constant fan on at Tstat if we wanted, on top of that.
Instead, am I right that it must be an either/or proposition in order to work "properly", & not both functioning at the same time?
Apparently, using both modes ... Constant-On Blower & Comfort-R ... are incompatible processes from postings I've read.
I do understand that Comfort-R calls for varying blower speeds during parts of the heating/cooling processes, as well as does Tstat-calls for additional dehumidifying, if set up for that.
I'm also VERY much needing to know if the alternate hookup for 40% Constant-On Blower Speed is still an option, to safely use today, as diagramed in the 2004 TRANE Comfort-R Enhanced Mode Variable Speed Pocket Guide???
Although we're desiring to use Constant-On Blower, including for air cleaner reasons, our family is quite sensitive to an airy house per se. Thus our BIG interest in the lower 40% Constant-On Blower Speed.
But indeed, if we still can't handle the airiness even after that, then we'll have to forget about the Constant-On Fan anyway.
I've tried to do an attachment in here of a section on the Comfort R Settings Pocket Guide for reference. I don't know if after the upload of it, it's readable.
I wasn't able to put an "image" directly in this post here, due to it asking for a URL Image.
There is a direct web link to this guide somewhere, but I don't remember the location.
But there are tiny encircled numbers next to each alternate "constant-on fan speed" hookup diagram (shown in the guide). And I cannot read most of those encircled numbers, which refer to various explanations also listed there on the guide.
For the 40% fan speed option on the guide, can anyone else recognize those little encircled numbers?
I just need to figure out what my preferences will be, after learning the ramifications of competing options, before we have anything installed & set up. Preparation makes for a satisfied client.
Wow.......this was lengthy wasn't it.
Anyone very knowledgeable on this stuff want to take a stab at helping me out on this.
The more the merrier!!!
We plan to get something like Trane XV95 ComfortR, R410a refrig., & TXV installed.
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