I am not famaliar with that system at all so I can not help you with it. I find it hard to believe it can do all the Infinity can do, we have only discussed a very small amount of what the Infinity can do. The Infinity only uses 4 wires, so I guess it is possible yours could work with 5.Originally posted by afton
Plain,Originally posted by plain spoken
If dehumidification option is turned on, then yes as long as your humidity set point is below 60%.
You select the humidity set point just like you select your temperature set point. You can turn dehumidification off or on, again a selection.
The design of the Infinity is to provide much greater than normal dehumidification (as well as many other controls and comforts). It provides this dehumidification in seveal ways. 1. Any time you have a call for cooling (temperature above setpoint), the Infinity system operates at a lower cfm range to dehumidify. 2. If the humidity is above your set point during this call for cooling, it will slow the fan even further to do more dehumidification. 3. If you do not have a call for cooling and the humidity is above the set point, it will bring the cooling on with a very low fan speed just to dry out the air. In other words it becomes like a whole house dehumidifier. In this mode there are a couple of limits. It will only over cool the space up to 3 degrees. Once the space gets below 75 degrees then the 3 degree ovecool is proportionally decressed.
You seem to know a lot about this subject. I have had a new Amana Ultron system installed with a two speed compressor, a two stage furnace and a varible speed blower. The installer used a White-Rodgers thermostat model 1F95-391.
This thermostat has all of the same control features you described about the Infinity. The thermostat has many points for connections but the installer only used five wires to hook up the system. My question is, is it possible to control a system with multiple speeds and stages (including humidity control) using only five wires. Thanks for any input.