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New Thermostats from Trane, American Standard Learn Consumer Preferences

Both allow 7-day programming with most traditional HVAC systems.

Ingersoll-Rand recently expanded Trane® Residential and American Standard® Heating & Air Conditioning brand capabilities with the launch of the XL824B and Gold 824B smart thermostats. The thermostats now include a cloud-based adaptive technology designed to save energy without sacrificing home comfort. By turning on the new “Energy Savings” mode, users can experience a 10-20 percent reduction in HVAC energy usage, sources report.

The Trane XL824B and American Standard Gold 824B connected solutions also feature built-in Nexia bridges, bringing integrated smart home comfort to the homeowner’s fingertips by allowing them to remotely control their home and energy use.

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Trane XL824

Both allow 7-day programming with most traditional HVAC systems. They can control up to two indoor air quality products, such as, home humidifiers, dehumidifiers and fresh air ventilation systems.Built-in Nexia Diagnostics determines any HVAC system issues or required maintenance needed, and with the homeowner’s advance permission, can proactively notify a Trane or American Standard service technician. Real-time updates allow the local specialist to remotely monitor the details surrounding the HVAC system’s performance.

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American Standard Gold 824

The internal Nexia Bridge also allows easy access for the entire family. Additional features include:

  • ENERGY STAR certified 
  • 4.3-in. diagonal color touchscreen 
  • system alerts 
  • remote temperature sensors
  • remote humidity sensors 
  • full humidity control (BK terminal) 
  • C-Wire power included 
  • emergency heat
  • voice control with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

 trane.com/Residential or americanstandardair.com

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