Commercial rooftop unit series

Johnson Controls' line of York commercial rooftop units includes 3- to 12.5-ton York Prestige units.

12/04/2014


The York commercial rooftop units are designed to allow contractors to deliver heating and cooling solutions and feature advanced microprocessor control technology with an LCD display and a programmable USB interface and digital diagnostic readouts. CourtJohnson Controls' line of York commercial rooftop units includes 3- to 12.5-ton York Prestige units with features like advanced microprocessor control technology with an LCD display and a programmable USB interface and digital diagnostic readouts. The controls deliver information on unit status; start-up and commissioning features; unit setup; supply, return, and outdoor air temperatures; and plug-and-play accessories. The models also use a single or dual scroll compressor, which means fewer moving parts for the unit.

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