Energy unit controller

Lennox’s Prodigy 2.0 unit controller is designed to save energy and extend the life of HVAC equipment, is compatible with major automation protocols, and can integrate with building management systems (BMS).

08/19/2015



Lennox’s Prodigy 2.0 unit controller is designed to save energy and extend the life of HVAC equipment, is compatible with major automation protocols, and can integrate with building management systems (BMS). Courtesy: LennoxLennox's Prodigy 2.0 unit controller is designed to save energy and extend the life of HVAC equipment. The controller features a large display as well as a USB port for downloading service reports and saving unit-configuration information. The Prodigy 2.0 is compatible with automation protocols such as BACnet and LonWorks and can integrate with most building management systems (BMS). It also comes with a free mobile app for smartphones or tablets and is designed to provide on-the-spot access to troubleshooting resources. The Prodigy 2.0 app also includes instructional videos, product and technical FAQs, and related technical documents.

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