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    honeywell prestige iaq heat pump lockout question?

    I have a heatpump i dont want to run in warmer outdoor temps during morning warmup. Does the honeywell prestige iaq have a compressor lockout for upper end? Didnt see it, and figured it would have that capibility. I moved upstage control timer for now but i just want this compressor locked out if its warm outside.
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    Not to my knowledge. Set it to emergency heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freefall View Post
    I have a heatpump i dont want to run in warmer outdoor temps during morning warmup. Does the honeywell prestige iaq have a compressor lockout for upper end? Didnt see it, and figured it would have that capibility. I moved upstage control timer for now but i just want this compressor locked out if its warm outside.
    Just curious what is the purpose of locking out the HP when its warm out? I have never heard of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R600a View Post
    Just curious what is the purpose of locking out the HP when its warm out? I have never heard of that.

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    to avoid high head pressure. some manufactures recommend. I have a Bosch and was going to lock it out at 60 I think lennox was no higher than 70deg outdoor
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    Ok that makes sense. I didnt know that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freefall View Post
    to avoid high head pressure. some manufactures recommend. I have a Bosch and was going to lock it out at 60 I think lennox was no higher than 70deg outdoor
    Does Bosch actually recommend locking it out.
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