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  1. #1
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    XL20i Performance specs

    Can anyone provide the Performance Data for this XL20i heat pump system.
    4TWZ0036 paired with 4TEE3C04 air handler.

    Would like to know what the SHR is in relation to sensible and latent capacities at various operating conditions indoor and outdoor - based on CFM and temperature/humidity changes.

    Thanks

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    Here ya go.
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    Thanks jimj, is there data also available for the low speed stage?

    Thanks for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by wtl98 View Post
    Thanks jimj, is there data also available for the low speed stage?

    Thanks for your help
    Sure, here it is.
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    Here you go.
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    Thanks jimj and jimmymo for the specs.

    Are the specs similiar for the new hyperion models (TAM7AOC36 or 42) paired with the XL20i concerning sensible and latent heat. Are the communicating TAM8 hyperions available yet?

    Thanks

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    My Trane dealer said the TAM 8 will be out in late third quarter. Waiting for one now. Have the TAM 7 installed now.

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    TAM7 Indoor Blower Timing

    We have our TAM7 set for ENHANCED MODE indoor blower timing where it ramps up and down. We seem to be using more electricity now than we did before when we had a SEER 12 A/C. Now we have the 20i heat pump with the TAM7 Hyperion. The fan runs so slowly that it cannot be heard ever. This is during the maintenance of temp, not raising by several degrees. As a matter of fact, I think it only used the 2 ton compressor (not the four) so far this summer. Would it make economic sense to have the indoor blower to come on with no delay? I know the house feels very comfortable with the enhanced setting but it does seem to use more energy. It would just be a change in the dip switch.

    Also, Trane is now showing the TAM8 on its website. Wonder if that will make a difference when we switch over to that one using the Trane communicating thermostat?

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