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XL824 Connected Control| Heating | Ventilation | Air Conditioning | HVAC | Trane
XL824 Connected Control
Thermostats and Controls
Manufactured by Trane
The XL824 7-day programmable control is wi-fi enabled, compatible with almost all HVAC systems, and can be controlled from your smartphone or tablet.
HOME COMFORT UNDER YOUR CONTROL
In addition to the benefits of the precise calibration and maintenance alerts of the communicating system, materials for all components are tested again and again for long-lasting performance and reliability.
Contact and control
Not only does the XL824 monitor indoor and outdoor temperatures, so you can adjust your system to be energy-efficient, but it also tells you when it’s time to change a filter or schedule routine maintenance.
4.3” color touchscreen
Compatible with conventional 24-volt HVAC systems
Create up to six daily heating and cooling schedules
Indoor relative humidity display
Built-in Nexia™ Home Intelligence Z-Wave Bridge. Connect over 200 Z-Wave devices to Nexia™ Home Intelligence
Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection
5-day weather forecast & weather radar**
Filter, maintenance and humidifier reminders
** Requires high speed router and connection to Nexia™ Home Intelligence.
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*Ingersoll Rand Marketing Insights, Trane Claim Consumer Survey, October 2016.
** Trane received the highest numerical score in United States in the proprietary Lifestory Research 2016 America’s Most TrustedTM Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) System study. Study based on 17,878 surveys among residential consumers. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed between January and December 2015. For details see www.lifestoryresearch.com.