Rooftop units

Johnson Controls’ York Prestige feature an advanced microprocessor control technology with an LED display and a programmable USB interface and digital diagnostic readouts for easier installation.

11/18/2013


Johnson Controls’ York Prestige feature an advanced microprocessor control technology with an LED display and a programmable USB interface and digital diagnostic readouts for easier installation. Courtesy: Johnson ControlsJohnson Controls’ York Prestige commercial rooftop units have an exact-fit replacement design that reduces installation complexities and saves contractors time by eliminating the need for a curb adapter, which is typically required when a new unit does not identically match the existing unit footprint. The 3- to 12.5-ton York Prestige rooftop units are designed to include several features like an advanced microprocessor control technology with an LED display and a programmable USB interface and digital diagnostic readouts, making it even easier for contractors to install, set up, and operate the units. The control delivers information on unit status, start-up and commissioning features, unit setup, supply, return and outdoor air temperatures, and plug-and-play accessories. The available 13 SEER, 10.8-11.2 EER or 15 SEER, 11.5-12.2 EER packaged rooftop units also feature top panels that provide a durable, rigid cabinet for longevity and noise reduction. Sturdy, thicker gauge base rails support easy lifting and reduce potential handling damage, while gaining the highest level in seismic certification ratings. A powder paint exterior finish with 1000-hour salt spray rating offers corrosion protection. 

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