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    Confused Heat Pump Quotes- Tax Credit

    Would the following systems qualify for the Federal Tax Credit?
    Which system would you recommend?

    1- Trane Single StageXL15i Heat Pump 3.0 Ton 15 Seer Model # T4TWX5036A1000A with 10 year part warrantee and 1 year Labor
    1- Trane High Efficient Variable Speed Indoor Air Handler Model# T4TEE3F40B1000A with 10 year part warrantee and 1 year Labor
    1- Honeywell Vision PRO8000 Programmable Thermostat 3h/2c w/ De-Humidification Control
    1- Aprilaire 4200 Media Air Cleaner w/ One Touch Control
    1- Trane 10 Year Labor Warranty
    1- Trane $100.00 Mail-in Rebate

    1- Bryant Single Speed Preferred 3.0 Ton Heat Pump Model# 265ANA036000 with 10 year compressor and 5 year parts warranty and 1 year Labor 1- Bryant Variable Speed Evolution Air Handler Model# FV4BNF005000 with 5 year part warranty and 1 year Labor
    1 T4TWX6036C1000A
    1- Aprilaire 4200 Media Air Cleaner w/ One Touch control
    1- Bryant 10 Year Parts and labor Warranty


    1- Trane Two StageXL20i Communicating Heat Pump 3.0 Ton 20 Seer Model # T4TWZ0036A1000A with10 year part warrantee and 1 year Labor 1- Trane Communicating Variable Speed Indoor Air Handler Model# T4TEE3C05A1000A with 10 year part warrantee and 1 year Labor
    1- Trane Communicating Programmable Thermostat w/ de-Humidification Model# TCONT900
    1- Trane Clean Effects Air Cleaner Model # TFD260ALAH000C
    1- Trane 10 Year Labor Warranty
    1- Trane $1000.00 Mail-in Rebate

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    you can go here to research your quoted equipment to see if it will qualify for the credit..

    http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?...tax_credits#c3

    your unit should meet or exceed these requirements for the credit...
    Split Systems:
    HSPF >= 8.5
    EER >= 12.5
    SEER >= 15

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    Ya, but, its so much easier to wait for Ryan to come along and do it instead.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    Well, since I'm still waiting for March Madness to begin at 1pm, here I am.

    The Trane 15i with 40 air handler qualifies: 12.7 EER, 15 SEER, 9 HSPF.

    The Bryant would if you used the FV4BNF006000 air handler (the FV4BNF006T00 would be better, with the tin-plated coil and 10-year warranty). The 265ANH036 has better performance figures on the HSPF side with the FV4BNF005000 if you have to use the 005 for space reasons.

    The 20i qualifies but they got the model wrong inside. 4TEE3C04A1000A is correct.

    And, one of the Trane's would be my pick if I were making the decision. Ask for the VisionPRO IAQ with the 15i instead (better dehumidification by controlling blower not overcooling), and make sure you're getting the TCONT900 with the Trane 20i, which I believe is required anyway.

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    Thanks for the information. I have decided to get the Trane XL15I and change the T-Stat to Honeywell IAQ. I want to make sure I can lockout the auxiliary heat, what would ask the dealer to add to contract.

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    VisionPRO IAQ with EIM - YTH9421C1002
    Honeywell outdoor temp sensor

    Should do what you want to do. Beenthere or someone else can confirm.

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    To upgrade from the Tcon802 to the Honeywell IAQ(YTH9421). With outdoor temp sensor.
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    I would like to know if there is way to adjust the balance point temperature on Honeywell Vision Pro IAQ T-stat?

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    Yes, it adjustable at the thermostat.
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    Can you tell were to find the feature for the balance point? Thanks

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    Its in the installation manual.
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    Can someone confirm that the balance point can only be adjusted\set on fosil fuel systems rather than electric backup systems. This is what installation guide seems to state. (Reference # 345 in the installation guide)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dexter1956 View Post
    I would like to know if there is way to adjust the balance point temperature on Honeywell Vision Pro IAQ T-stat?
    you can search here for more info >>>

    http://www.hotfreshcool.com/visionpro_IAQ_features.html

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