Exact-fit packaged heat pump

Exact-fit packaged heat pump is an addition to the Champion Direct Replacement rooftop solution that features controls and an optional mobile access portal gateway.

06/29/2016


Exact-fit packaged heat pump is an addition to the Champion Direct Replacement rooftop solution that features controls and an optional mobile access portal gateway. Courtesy: Johnson ControlsJohnson Controls' exact-fit packaged heat pump is an addition to the Champion Direct Replacement rooftop solution that features controls and an optional mobile access portal gateway. Available in 3 to 8.5 T capacities, the heat pump uses Simplicity Smart Equipment (SE) controls making system setup, optimization, and monitoring easy. The control system is a standard feature on gas/electric, electric/electric, and heat pump packaged and commercial split system configurations. SE control can be accessed from a smartphone, tablet, or remote PC with an optional MAP Gateway. Additional features include adjustable defrost and three heat capacities, two cabinet heights, and footprint sizes and cooling or electric heat configurations.

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