Air-Fi Wireless Sensors
Trane, a global climate innovator – is building on its commitment to deliver greater energy efficiency with Air-Fi Wireless Sensors for Trane / Mitsubishi Electric CITY MULTI® VRF. Building owners using Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems can now benefit from wireless sensing technology that enables enhanced, individualized comfort. Air-Fi Wireless Sensors, which integrate with Tracer SC+ or Tracer Concierge, are now compatible with Trane / Mitsubishi Electric VRF systems. Air-Fi Wireless Sensors uniquely detect and monitor temperature, humidity, occupancy, and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) from a single device.
IntelliPak 1 HVAC Rooftop Unit
Trane's IntelliPak 1 HVAC Rooftop Unit has been upgraded to meet the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) 2023 minimum efficiency requirements and now comes equipped standard with the Trane Symbio 800 controller. The IntelliPak 1 delivers an industry-leading part-load efficiency rating of up to 18.5 IEER (Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio), depending on the system configuration, and meets ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2019.
Precedent Enabled by Symbio 700
Trane's new generation of Precedent rooftop units meets the next era of energy efficiency requirements. The Precedent portfolio will include capacities from 3-25 tons, a full range of tonnages and heating types, and improved efficiency levels. The new single-product family of light commercial unitary rooftops will be released in phases now through 2024. Available immediately, the Precedent standard efficiency 6- to 25-ton cooling and gas units feature various improvements and upgrades, including part-load efficiency ratings that comply with new industry efficiency requirements.
Ascend Air-to-Water Heat Pump Model ACX
Trane’s Ascend air-to-water heat pump model ACX combines chiller and heat pump technology to both heat and cool a building using electricity. In cooling mode, the model ACX moves heat from inside the building to the outside. In heating mode, a reversing valve changes the flow of energy to bring heat from outside of the building to the inside.