2023 TEMPSTAR Distributor Kit

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2023 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS & PRODUCT OVERVIEW

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2023 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS & PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Contents
3 Introduction Letter 4 2023 Regulatory Overview 6 Sell Through and EnergyGuide Information
8 Protect Your Business
9 Key Messaging
11 Introduction to Product Lineups 12 Air Conditioners 14 Heat Pumps 16 Furnace Coils 18 Fan Coils 20 90% Gas Furnaces 22 80% Gas Furnaces 24 Small Packaged Products
27 New Product Technologies 28 Welded Aluminum Technology 30 Power-V Technology 32 Entry Tier Furnace Enhancements
33 Readiness Planning and FAQs 34 2023 Readiness Planning 35 FAQs 41 Where To Go For More Information

Heating and Cooling Products

March 2022 Dear Tempstar Customer:

#2023Ready: New standards, new products and new technologies.

By now you've heard about the new efficiency standards for 2023. We've been gearing up for years and are excited to tell you that we are ready with new product lineups, including residential split-system products featuring welded aluminum coil technology and new indoor coils with Power-V Technology.
Our new V-shaped evaporator coils with Power-V Technology are reshaping the future of indoor comfort with enhanced performance, improved corrosion protection and better condensate management, along with easier installation and servicing.
In addition, most of our new split-system air conditioners and heat pumps will include our exceptionally durable, corrosion-resistant, and energy-efficient welded aluminum coils. As a proud member of the Carrier family, we are the only manufacturer expected to offer this groundbreaking coil technology in residential outdoor products.
To help you prepare for these significant changes, our latest 2023 Regulatory Launch Kit includes:

l N ew product lineups and nomenclatures l New product features l Power-V Technology overview l Welded aluminum coil overview

l New entry-tier gas furnace features l Readiness planning l Frequently asked questions

We are #2023Ready and we want you to be too! As your trusted HVAC manufacturer, we will continue to update our 2023 readiness resources as new information becomes available, so be sure to continue visiting HVACpartners for the most current marketing resources.

Thank you for your support!

Braden Cook Director, Product Management, Heating & Cooling

Heidi Gehring Associate Director, Cooling Product Management

Brooke Greenwood Associate Director, Heating Product Management

Introduction Letter 3

2023 Regulatory Overview

New Minimum Efficiency

CHANGE IS NEAR. WILL YOU BE READY?

l B eginning January 1, 2023, the DOE is increasing the minimum efficiencies for central air conditioners and heat pumps. The testing procedures for determining those efficiencies are changing as well.
­ For air conditioners in the North, the minimum efficiency will increase from 13.0 to 14.0 SEER and in the South from 14.0 to 15.0 SEER under today's test procedure.
­ The national heat pump minimum efficiency will increase from 14.0 to 15.0 SEER.

l T empstar will be required to comply with a new M1* testing procedure for developing efficiency ratings. Compared to today's M** test procedure, the external static pressure used when testing will be increased by up to 5X to better reflect field conditions.

l I n 2023, there will be new metrics and nomenclature ­ SEER2, EER2 and HSPF2.
­ The new SEER2 ratings will be lower, and the minimum efficiencies will be reduced to account for the more difficult test procedures.
­ T he new test procedure will also drive changes to the airflow set point on indoor blowers (fan coils and furnaces).
* DOE Appendix M1 Ratings ** DOE Appendix M Ratings

North Region

Southeast Region

System Type

2023 Minimum Efficiencies
Current New Minimum New Minimum Minimum with M Ratings with M1 Ratings

Split System AC 13.0 SEER 14.0 SEER

13.4 SEER2

Southwest Region

System Type
Split System AC (AC < 45k Btu/h)
Split System AC (AC  45k Btu/h)

2023 Minimum Efficiencies Current New Minimum Minimum with M Ratings
14.0 SEER 15.0 SEER
14.0 SEER 14.5 SEER

New Minimum with M1 Ratings
14.3 SEER2
13.8 SEER2

National

2023 Minimum Efficiencies

System Type

Current New Minimum New Minimum Minimum with M Ratings with M1 Ratings

Split System AC (AC < 45k Btu/h)
Split System AC (AC  45k Btu/h)

14.0 SEER 12.2 EER 14.0 SEER 11.7 EER

15.0 SEER 12.2 EER* 14.5 SEER 11.7 EER*

14.3 SEER2 11.7 EER2** 13.8 SEER2 11.2 EER2**

* 10.2 EER if equipment is at or above 16.0 SEER ** 9.8 EER2 if equipment is at or above 15.2 SEER2

4 2023 Regulatory Overview

2023 Minimum Efficiencies

System Type

Current New Minimum Minimum with M Ratings

Split System HP

14.0 SEER 8.2 HSPF

15.0 SEER 8.8 HSPF

SPP AC and

14.0 SEER

Gas Electric

(EER applies to SW only) 11.0 EER

14.0 SEER 11.0 EER

SPP HP and Dual-Fuel HP

14.0 SEER 8.0 HSPF

14.0 SEER 8.0 HSPF

New Minimum with M1 Ratings
14.3 SEER2 7.5 HSPF2 13.4 SEER2 10.6 EER2 13.4 SEER2 6.7 HSPF2

2023 Regulatory Overview

AIR CONDITIONER RATINGS
The new 2023 minimum efficiency standards for air conditioners continue to follow the regional borders established in 2015: North, Southeast and Southwest. Additionally, the Southwest includes an EER/EER2 requirement. SEER and EER are ratings tested under the pre-2023 test procedure while SEER2 and EER2 are tested under the 2023 test procedure with higher external static pressures as detailed below.

Split System Air Conditioners ­ 2023 Regional Standards

System Type
Split System ACs (AC < 45K Btu/h)
Split System ACs (AC  45K Btu/h)

North Region

New SEER

New SEER2

14.0 SEER

13.4 SEER2

14.0 SEER

13.4 SEER2

Southeast Region

Southwest Region

New SEER

New SEER2

New SEER

New SEER2

15.0 SEER

14.3 SEER2

15.0 SEER and
12.2 EER*

14.3 SEER2 and
11.7 EER2**

14.5 SEER

13.8 SEER2

14.5 SEER and
11.7 EER*

13.8 SEER2 and
11.2 EER2**

* 10.2 EER if SEER  16.0 SEER ** 9.8 EER2 if SEER2  15.2 SEER2

Sell-Through Deadlines For the North Region, any 13.0 SEER AC built before January 1, 2023, can still be installed on or after January 1, 2023. For the Southeast and Southwest Regions, any AC that does not meet the above requirements cannot be installed on or after January 1, 2023.

HEAT PUMP RATINGS
Heat pump minimum efficiency requirements follow national standards. In 2023, the new minimum efficiency standards for heat pumps will increase by 1.0 SEER to 15.0 SEER. Split-system heat pumps must also achieve a minimum of 8.8 HSPF.

Split System Heat Pump ­ 2023 National Standards

System Type

National Efficiency Standard

New SEER & HSPF

New SEER2 & HSPF2

Split System HPs

15.0 SEER & 8.8 HSPF

14.3 SEER2 & 7.5 HSPF2

Sell-Through Deadline Any 14.0 SEER heat pump built before January 1, 2023, can still be installed on or after January 1, 2023.

SMALL PACKAGED PRODUCT RATINGS
Small Packaged Products will not increase in minimum efficiency from 14.0 SEER and 8.0 HSPF, but will be required to comply with the new test procedure.

System Type
Packaged ACs & Gas/Electric ACs
Heat Pumps & Dual-Fuel HPs

Packaged Systems ­ 2023 National Standards

National Efficiency Standard

Southwest Region

New SEER & HSPF

New SEER2 & HSPF2

New EER

New EER2

14.0 SEER

13.4 SEER2

11.0 EER

10.6 EER2

14.0 SEER & 8.0 HSPF

13.4 SEER2 & 6.7 HSPF2

N/A

N/A

Sell-Through Deadline Any 14.0 SEER SPP unit built before January 1, 2023, can still be installed on or after January 1, 2023.

 SEER, EER, and HSPF values shown are based on the current test procedure and are for reference only. Beginning January 2023, products must comply with the SEER2, EER2 and HSPF2 values developed using the 2023 test procedure.
2023 Regulatory Overview 5

Sell Through & EnergyGuide Information

2023 Sell Through Requirements
For the North region, any 13.0 SEER AC built before January 1, 2023 can still be installed on or after January 1, 2023. For the Southeast and Southwest regions, any AC that does not meet the above requirements CANNOT be installed on or after January 1, 2023. All Split System Heat Pumps and Small Package Product built before January 1, 2023 can still be installed on or after January 1, 2023.

North

South

Air

Date of

Conditioner Manufacture

Date of Install

Heat Pump

Date of

Date of

Manufacture Manufacture

SPP

Date of

Date of

Manufacture Manufacture

Inventory Management of Pre-2023 Units
In order to be certain you understand the Sell Through deadlines, ask yourself the question Can I install an air conditioner that was manufactured before 2023 after the January 1, 2023, deadline? The chart below will help you get your answer depending on the region where your business is located. Be sure to check the EnergyGuide labels on your current air conditioner inventory against this chart as you begin your phase in/phase out process.

SOUTHWEST REGION
No, unless EnergyGuide label says:

AC

SEER EER

Split < 45k BTU 15.0 12.2

Split  45k BTU 14.5 11.7

U.S. Government

Federal law prohibits removal of this label before consumer purchase.

Central Air Conditioner Cooling Only Split System

XYZ Corporation Model NH65

Efficiency Rating (SEER)*
15.0

13.4 Least Efficient

19.0 Most Efficient

Range of Similar Models * Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio

For energy cost info, visit productinfo.energy.gov

Notice
Federal law allow this unit to be installed in all U.S. states and territories.

Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER): This unit's EER2 is 12.2.

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NORTH REGION Yes

SOUTHEAST REGION

No, unless EnergyGuide label says:

AC

SEER

Split < 45k BTU

15.0

Split  45k BTU

14.5

U.S. Government

Federal law prohibits removal of this label before consumer purchase.

Central Air Conditioner Cooling Only Split System

XYZ Corporation Model NH65

Efficiency Rating (SEER)*
15.0

13.4 Least Efficient

19.0 Most Efficient

Range of Similar Models * Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio

For energy cost info, visit productinfo.energy.gov

Notice
Federal law allows this unit to be installed only in:

AK, AL, AR, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IA, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WV, WI, WY, and U.S. territories.
Federal law prohibits installation of this unit in other states.
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER): This unit's EER2 is 10.5.

Installation allowed

Sell Through & EnergyGuide Information

New 2023 EnergyGuide Label Samples
The Federal Trade Commission requires energy labeling for major home appliances and other consumer products to help consumers compare the energy usage and costs of competing models. As a result of the DOE's new minimum efficiencies and testing requirements, the FTC published rule amendments updating the EnergyGuide labels with new descriptors ­ specifically the SEER2, EER2 and HSPF2 ratings.
Consequently, all 2023-compliant products will include a new EnergyGuide label with the SEER2, EER2 and HSPF2 ratings clearly noted as applicable. Examples of what the new Split System Air Conditioner, Split System Heat Pump, and Small Package Product labels will look like can be found below. 2023-compliant products that begin shipping in calendar year 2022 will have these new labels.

U.S. Government

Federal law prohibits removal of this label before consumer purchase.

U.S. Government

Federal law prohibits removal of this label before consumer purchase.

U.S. Government

Federal law prohibits removal of this label before consumer purchase.

Central Air Conditioner Cooling Only Split System

XYZ Corporation Model NH65

Efficiency Rating (SEER2)*
14.3

13.4 Least Efficient

19.0 Most Efficient

Range of Similar Models
* Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio 2

For energy cost info, visit productinfo.energy.gov

Notice
Federal law allows this unit to be installed only in:

AK, AL, AR, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IA, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WV, WI, WY, and U.S. territories.
Federal law prohibits installation of this unit in other states.
Energy Efficiency Ratio 2 (EER2): This unit's EER2 is 10.5.

Installation allowed

Split System Air Conditioner Sample Label

Heat Pump Cooling and Heating Split System

XYZ Corporation Model 6645

Cooling Efficiency Rating (SEER2)*
14.3-16.0

14.3 Least Efficient

42.0 Most Efficient

Range of Similar Models
* Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio 2

Heating Efficiency Rating (HSPF2)*
8.6-10.0

7.5 Least Efficient

14.6 Most Efficient

Range of Similar Models
* Heating Seasonal Performance Factor 2

This system's efficiency ratings depend on the coil your contractor installs with this unit. The heating efficiency rating varies slightly in different geographic regions. Ask your contractor for details.
For energy cost info, visit productinfo.energy.gov

Split System Heat Pump Sample Label

Central Air Conditioner Cooling Only Single Package

XYZ Corporation Model NH65

Efficiency Rating (SEER2)*
14.0

13.4 Least Efficient

19.0 Most Efficient

Range of Similar Models
* Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio 2

For energy cost info, visit productinfo.energy.gov

Notice
Federal law allows this unit to be installed only in:

AK, AL, AR, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IA, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WV, WI, WY, and U.S. territories.
Federal law prohibits installation of this unit in other states.
Energy Efficiency Ratio 2 (EER2): This unit's EER2 is 10.5.

Installation allowed

Small Packaged Product Sample Label

DOE Enforcement

THE COSTS ­ AND CONSEQUENCES ­ OF NON-COMPLIANCE

As with the 2015 standards, we anticipate penalties for non-compliance in 2023 as well. The DOE has been aggressively enforcing efficiency standards in a number of industries, including HVAC, and violations can be costly.
l D ealers and contractors caught installing non-compliant equipment will be forced to replace the equipment at their cost. Repeat violators can be put on a national do-not-sell list.
l D istributors are subject to the same do-not-sell penalty if they knowingly and repeatedly supply non-compliant equipment to contractors who install that equipment in violation of the regional minimum.
l Any distributor or contractor identified as a routine violator will be prohibited from purchasing any of the seven classes of products identified in the Code of Federal Regulations, 10-CFR-430.32.
l Manufacturers knowingly selling non-compliant equipment will also face stiff fines.

We anticipate the DOE will allow easy and confidential reporting of suspected violations, and will make every effort to investigate credible complaints. In addition, manufacturers will be obligated to report any potential violations we identify or become aware of to the DOE within 15 days of discovery.

In 2015, the DOE cracked down with big fines for violators, including a $1.2 million fine to HVAC manufacturers.

Sell Through & EnergyGuide Information 7

Protect Your Business
TRAINING So how can you prepare to safeguard your business? The first step is training. As 2023 draws nearer, the 2023 minimum efficiency standards will be easily accessible on the Internet, including the DOE web site. Tempstar will also be creating training materials and continually communicating with you as we get closer to the deadline. We will make every effort to ensure that you are being supplied with region-appropriate products that meet all efficiency requirements for your area. However, it is important for you to protect your business by learning the efficiency standards for your region and placing product orders accordingly.
Visit MLCtraining.com today and search 2023 in the online course catalog and video section to access available training.
FUTURE RECORD KEEPING Beginning in 2023, be prepared for record keeping. Dealer/contractors, distributors, and manufacturers will all be required to track the model and serial numbers of equipment sold, delivered and installed, as well as delivery addresses and installation locations. This includes cash sales. These records will protect you in the event of a DOE investigation. If 2015 is any indication for 2023, they will need to be kept for up to 60 months, depending on the type of business:
- 48 months for dealers / contractors - 54 months for distributors - 60 months for manufacturers In summary, treat this information like you would treat your tax records, just to be safe.
MAKE THE COMMITMENT Remember, we ALL have a stake in this. As your trusted supplier, we will invest the time and resources to make compliance as easy as possible. That includes training, updated product labeling, and continued communications about this topic. In the end, we encourage you to make the commitment as well. Start preparing now by getting up to speed on the upcoming 2023 regulations and taking advantage of your resources. Visit HVACpartners.com for the very latest on the 2023 regulatory requirements and product information.
8 Sell Through & EnergyGuide Information

Key Messaging

New government regulations will be changing products throughout the entire HVAC industry, affecting manufacturers of residential cooling and heating products. Here's a brief outline of what's happening:

Dealer Messaging

Consumer Messaging

l Every six years the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) reanalyzes the effect of energy usage, sets minimum efficiency requirements and manages the testing standards by which those efficiencies are measured. For 2023, the DOE is increasing the minimum efficiencies for central air conditioners and heat pumps. The testing procedures for determining those efficiencies will change as well.
l The DOE's new minimum efficiency standards and testing procedures will be enforced for all HVAC manufacturers starting on January 1, 2023.
l To meet these new standards, 100% of current products across all tiers will need to be re-rated using the new test procedures.
l The majority of product tiers and tonnages will be available on or before January 1, 2023.
l W e are instituting a phased roll out, with products launching ahead of deadline starting early 2022, to ensure readiness before January 1, 2023.
l In addition, our regulatory-ready products are being redesigned with an expected change in refrigerant to minimize future product transitions. We expect the new refrigerant requirements to take effect in 2025.

l D ependent on what area of the country a homeowner lives determines what air conditioners they can buy. That's because the DOE has put in place new minimum efficiency standards by region.
­ The DOE regional breakdown by state:
· Southwest: Arizona, California, Nevada, and New Mexico
· South: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories
· North: The remainder of the United States
l H omeowners buying new Tempstar 2023-compliant systems will benefit from:
­ A higher energy-efficient system leading to potentially reduced monthly utility bills.
­ E nhanced comfort benefits such as more consistent indoor temperatures and improved humidity control.

Key Messaging 9

Introduction of Product Lineups
11

Air Conditioner Product Lineups

Pre-2023

Tier

Model Family

Stage

Region

Coastal Option

Grille

Tonnage Range

TVA9

5 SW/SE No

Posts

2 - 5

IonTM System

TCA7

2

SW

No

Posts

2 - 5

TSA6

1

SE

No

Posts 1.5 - 5

TSA5

1

SW Yes

Posts 1.5 - 5

Performance Series

N4A7

2

SW

No

Dense

2 - 5

NH4A4 1

SW

No Horizontal 1.5 - 5

N4A6

1

SW

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

NXA6 1

SE

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

N4A5

1

SW

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

N4A4

1

SE

Yes

Dense 1.5 - 5

NXA4 1

SE

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

N4A3

1

N

Yes Dense Op 1.5 - 5

R-Series

R4A5

1

SW

No Dense Op 1.5 - 5

R4A4

1

SE

No Dense Op 1.5 - 5

R4A3

1

N

No Dense Op 1.5 - 5

Note: There will be no changes to three-phase product.

2023

Model Family

Stage

Region

Coastal Option

Grille

Tonnage Range

TVA9

5

SW

No

Posts

2 - 5

T4A7T 2

SW

No

Posts

2 - 5

T4A6S 1

SW

No

Posts 1.5 - 5

N4A7T 2

SW

Yes

Dense

2 - 5

S4A5S 1

SW

No Horizontal 1.5 - 5

N4A5S 1

SW

Yes

Dense 1.5 - 5

N4A4S 1

N

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

R4A5S 1 SW

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

R4A4S 1

N

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

2023 Region Key SW = Compliant in all regions SE = Compliant in Southeast and North N = Compliant in North only

12 Air Conditioners

Air Conditioner Nomenclatures
As part of the 2023 Regulatory project, we took this opportunity to update our nomenclatures. This change provides added identifiers for airflow type and updated efficiency levels. Refer to HVACpartners.com for the 2023 Regulatory Look-Up Tool to help you learn these new model numbers. And for an added challenge, go to My Learning Center to try out the Model Number Challenge Game.

New 2023 Air Conditioners

Air Conditioner
Title

1
Brand & Airflow Type

2
Refrigerant Type

Product #/Letter
Descriptions

N
N = Non-Brand Specific Vertical
S = Horizontal Discharge T = Ion System R = R-Series

4 4 = R-410A

3 OD Type
A A = AC

4

5

Efficiency

Design Type

4
4 = North Compliant 5 = Southwest Compliant 6 = 16 SEER2 7 = 17 SEER2 8 = 18 SEER2 9 = 19 SEER2

S
S = Single-Stage T = Two-Stage V = Variable-Speed

6 7

8

Nominal Cooling Capacity

Feature

18

A

18 = 1.5 tons 24/25 = 2 tons 30 = 2.5 tons 36/37 = 3 tons 42/43 = 3.5 tons 48/49 = 4 tons 60/61 = 5 tons

A = Standard C = Coastal

9
Voltage
K
K = 208-230-1 or 208/230-1
H = 208-230-3 or 208/230-3
L = 460-3 S = 575-3 W = 230-1-50

10

11

Special Feature

Region

A

N

A = Standard

N = Standard North AC
W= Standard Southeast and Southwest AC

Note: Ion System TVA9 follows the pre-2023 nomenclature and meets the 2023 regulatory requirements.

12
Major Series
A A - Z

Air Conditioners 13

Heat Pump Product Lineups

Pre-2023

Tier

Model Family

Stage

Coastal Option

Grille

Tonnage Range

TVH8

5

No

Posts

2 - 5

Ion System

TCH6

2

No

Posts

2 - 5

TSH6

1

No

Posts 1.5 - 5

TSH4

1

No

Posts 1.5 - 5

Performance Series

N4H6 NH4H4 NXH6 NXH5 N4H4

2

No

Dense

2 - 5

1

No Horizontal 1.5 - 5

1

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

1

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

1

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

R-Series

R4H4

1

No Dense Op 1.5 - 5

Note: There will be no changes to three-phase product.

Model Family TVH8
T4H7T

2023

Stage

Coastal Option

Grille

Tonnage Range

5

No

Posts

2 - 5

2

No

Posts

2 - 5

T4H5S

1

No

Posts 1.5 - 5

N4H7T DLCURA

2

Yes

Dense 1.5 - 5

1

No Horizontal 1.5 - 5

N4H5S

1

Yes

Dense 1.5 - 5

R4H5S

1

No

Dense 1.5 - 5

14 Heat Pumps

Heat Pump Nomenclatures
As part of the 2023 Regulatory project, we took this opportunity to update our nomenclatures. This change provides added identifiers for airflow type and future refrigerant change. Refer to HVACpartners.com for the 2023 Regulatory Look-up Tool to help you learn these new model numbers. And for an added challenge, go to My Learning Center to try out the Model Number Challenge Game.

New 2023 Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps
Title
Product #/Letter Descriptions

1
Brand & Airflow Type
N
N = Non-Brand Specific Vertical
T = Ion System R = R-Series

2
Refrigerant Type 4
4 = R-410A

3
OD Type
H H = HP

4

5

Efficiency

Design Type

5

S

5 = National Compliant 6 = 16 SEER2 7 = 17 SEER2 8 = 18 SEER2 9 = 19 SEER2

S = Single-Stage T = Two-Stage V = Variable-Speed

6 7

8

9

10

11

Nominal Cooling Capacity

Feature

18

A

18 = 1.5 tons 24/25 = 2 tons 30 = 2.5 tons 36/37 = 3 tons 42/43 = 3.5 tons 48/49 = 4 tons 60/61 = 5 tons

A = Standard C = Coastal

Voltage
K
K = 208-230-1 or 208/230-1
H = 208-230-3 or 208/230-3
L = 460-3 S = 575-3 W = 230-1-50

Special Feature
A
A = Standard

Region A
A = HP

Note: Ion System TVH8 follows the pre-2023 nomenclature and meets the 2023 regulatory requirements.

12
Major Series
A A - Z

Heat Pumps 15

Furnace Coil Product Lineups

Pre-2023

Tier

Model Family

Orientation

EAM4X/ EDM4X

Multi-Poise

A-Coil

EAA4X

Vertical

Cased Yes No

N-Coil

END4X

Vertical

Yes

ENW4X

Transition

Yes

ENA4X

Vertical

No

ENH4X

Horizontal

Yes

V-Coil

Model Family
EAM4X
EAA4X

2023
Orientation Multi-Poise
Vertical

Cased Yes No

EVD4X

Vertical

Yes

EVM4X

Multi-Poise

Yes

EHD4X

Horizontal

Yes

EHD4X

Horizontal

Yes

Slab Coil

Get to know our new Post-2023 furnace coil lineup below.

Model Cased Orientation

EAM4X Yes
Multi-Poise A-Coil

EAA4X
No
Uncased Vertical A-Coil

Performance Series EVD4X Yes

EVM4X Yes

Vertical V-Coil

Multi-Poise V-Coil

EHD4X Yes
Horizontal Slab Coil

Factory-Installed TXV

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Special Features

-

-

Power-V Technology Power-V Technology

-

16 Furnace Coils

Furnace Coil Nomenclature

FCuurnrraecnetCFouilrsnace Coils (1A-Coil and Sl2ab)

Furnace Coils Title
Title Product #/Letter

1 Component Component
E

C2oil TCyopiel Type
A

Product #/Letter Descriptions

E E = Furnace

A A = A-Coil

Descriptions

E = CFourilnace

AH = AS-laCboil

Coil

H = Slab

3
Co3il ConfiCgouirlation Configuration
D
D A = Uncased
AD = UVenrctaicsaeld D =(VUePrFti/cDaNl F) M =(UMPuFlt/iD-PNoFis)e MH ==HMourlitzio-Pnotaisle
H = Horizontal

4
Refrig4erant RefTriygpeerant
Type 4
4 4 = R-410A
4 = R-410A

5
Mete5ring MDeetveicriensg Devices
X
X P = Piston
PX = TPXisVton
X = TXV

6-7
U6n-i7t CaUpnaict ity Capacity
18
18 18/19 = 18k BTU
1284/1295 = 1284k BTU 2340/2351 = 2340k BTU 306/317 = 306k BTU 3462/3473 = 3462k BTU 428/439 = 428k BTU 4680/4691 = 4680k BTU
60/61 = 60k BTU

8-9
Tu8b-i9ng DTuebsiinggn Design
L
L L = Aluminum
L = Aluminum

New Furnace Coils with Power-V Technology (V-Coil and Slope)

Power-V Coils Power-V Coils Title Title Product #/Letter Product #/Letter Descriptions Descriptions

1
1 Component
Component E
E E = Furnace E = CFourilnace
Coil

2
C2oil TCyopiel TyVpe
V V = V-Coil
VS = SVl-oCpoeil
S = Slope

3
Co3il ConfiCgouirlation ConfigDuration
D D = Vertical
DM==VMeurtlitci-aPloise MR ==RMeupltai-cPeomiseent RH == RHeoprliazocenmtael nt
H = Horizontal

4
Refrig4erant RefTriygpeerant
Ty4pe
4 4 = R-410A
4 = R-410A

5
Mete5ring MDeetveicriensg DevXices
X P = Piston
PX = TPXisVton XE = ETXV
E = EXV

6-7
U6n-i7t CaUpnaict ity Cap3a6city
36 18/19 = 1.5 tons
1284/1295/=261.=5 2totnosns 2340/2351/=262.=5 2totnosns 306/317/=382.=5 3totnosns 3462/3473/=383.=5 3totnosns 428/439/=503.=5 4totnosns 4680/4691/=505 =to4nstons
60/61 = 5 tons

8-9
Tu8b-i9ng DTuebsiinggn DeMsign
M M = Power-V
M = Power-V

10 Cab1i0net CWabidinthet Width
17 17 14 = 14.2" wide 1147 == 1147..25"" wwiiddee 1271 == 1271."5w" iwdeide 2214 == 2214".5w" iwdeide 24 = 24.5" wide
10 Cab1i0net CWabidinthet W1id7th
17 14 = 14.2" wide 1147 == 1147..25"" wwiiddee 1271 == 1271."5w" iwdeide 2214 == 2214".5w" iwdeide 24 = 24.5" wide

11 Ma1j1or SMearijeosr Series
A A A = Revision A = Revision
11 M1a1jor SMearijeosr SeAries
A A = Revision A = Revision

Furnace Coils 17

Fan Coil Product Lineups

Pre-2023

Tier

Model Family

Motor

Stage

Dehum

Blower Insulation

FCM VCA VS Yes

Yes

2023

Model Family

Motor Stage

Modular Cabinet Option

Dehum

Blower Insulation

FCM VCA VS

Yes

Yes

Yes

Deluxe

Mid

Entry

FVM VCA 2 Yes

Yes

FXM4X FCT-5 1

No

Yes

FEM4X FCT-5 1

No

Yes

FEM4P FCT-5 1

No

Yes

FMA4X FCT-5 1

No

Yes

FMA4P PSC 1

No

Yes

FMC/U4Z FCT-5 1

No

No

FMC/U4X PSC 1

No

No

FVM VCA 2

Yes

Yes

Yes

FJM FCT-5 1

Yes

No

Yes

FMA4X FCT-5 1

No

No

Yes

FMA4P PSC 1

No

No

Yes

FMC/U4Z FCT-5 1

No

No

No

FMC/U4X PSC 1

No

No

No

Motor Key VCA = Variable-Speed Constant Airflow Motor FCT = Fixed-Speed Constant Torque Motor PSC = Permanent Split Capacitor

Multifamily

18 Fan Coils

Fan Coil Nomenclature

New 2023 Fan Coils

Fan Coils

1

Title

Unit

Product #/Letter
Descriptions

F F = Fan Coil

2

3

Type

Position

V

M

V = Variable-Speed
C = Communicating ECM
J = ECM Five-Speed

U = Upflow M = Multi-Poise

4
Major Series
A
A - Z

New 2023 Multifamily Fan Coils

Multifamily Fan Coils

1

2

Title

Unit

Type

Product #/Letter
Descriptions

F

M

F = Fan Coil M = Multifamily

3
Installation Type
U
U = Uncased C = Cased A = Aparment

4
Refrigerant Type 4
4 = R-410A

5
Refrigerant Type 4
4 = R-410A

6 7
Metering Device
X
X = TXV

8
Nominal Cooling Capacity
24
18/19 = 18,000 24/25 = 24,000 30/31 = 30,000 36/37 = 36,000 42/43 = 42,000 48/49 = 48,000 60/61 = 60,000

9

10

Coil Type

Feature

L

0

L = Aluminum

0

11
Cabinet Width
B
A = 14" B = 17" C = 21" D = 24"

12
Sales Code
A
A

5

6 7 8 9

10

Metering Device
Z

Nominal Cooling Capacity
2400

Revision A

X = TXV & PSC Motor Z = TXV & ECM Motor

1800 = 18,000 = 1.5 tons 2400 = 24,000 = 2 tons 3000 = 30,000 = 2.5 tons 3600 = 36,000 = 3 tons

A = Marketing Revision

11
Sales Code/ Features L
L = Aluminum Coils

Fan Coils 19

90% Gas Furnace Lineups

Standard Pre-2023

Tier Family

Motor

Htg

Cool

Dehum

Blr Ins

AFUE (up to)

SKUs

F97CMN VCA Mod VS Y Y 98.0 6

F96CTN VCA 2 VS Y Y 96.7 5

Family

Motor

Standard 2023

Htg

Cool

Dehum

Blr Ins

AFUE (up to)

SKUs Timing

F97CMN VCA Mod VS Y Y 98.0 6 Q4 2023
F96CTN VCA 2 VS Y Y 96.7 6

Ion System

QuietComfort

F96VTN VCT 2

2

Y Y 96.0 9

F96VTN VCT 2

2

Y

Y 96.5

9

Q3 2023

Performance

N96VSN VCT 1

2

N95ESN FCT-5 1

1

N92ESN FCT-5 1

1

Y Y 96.0 8 N N 96.0 11 N N 92.1 9

N96VSN VCT 1

2

N96MSN MCT-18 1

1

N92MSN MCT-18 1

1

Y

Y 96.5

8

Q3 2023

N

N

96.5

11

Q4

N

N 92.1

9 2022

R-Series

R95ESN FCT-5 1

1

R92ESN FCT-5 1

1

N N 96.0 10 N N 92.1 8

R95MSN MCT-18 1

1

R92MSN MCT-18 1

1

N N 96.0 7 Q4
2022 N N 92.1 4

Ultra-Low NOx Pre-2023

Tier

Model Family

Motor

Htg

Cool

Dehum

Blr Ins

AFUE (up to)

SKUs

Model Family

Ultra-Low NOx 2023

Motor

Htg

Cool

Dehum

Blr Ins

AFUE (up to)

SKUs Timing

F95CSU VCA 1 VS Y Y 95.0 3

F95CSU VCA 1 VS

Y

Y 95.0

3

Q4 2023

Ion System

Performance

N95ESU FCT-5 1

1

N Y 95.0 5

N95MSU MCT-18 1

2

N

Y 95.0

5

Q4 2022

R95ESU FCT-5 1

1

N Y 95.0 4

R95MSU MCT-18 1

2

N

Y 95.0

4

Q4 2022

R-Series

20 90% Gas Furnaces

90% Gas Furnace Nomenclature

90% Gas Furnaces

90% Gas Furnaces Title

1
Brand Identifier

Product #/Letter

F

Descriptions

F = Deluxe N = Entry/
Generic R = R-Series

2 3
Product Efficiency Level
97
92 = 92% AFUE 95 = 95% AFUE 96 = 96% AFUE 97 = 97% AFUE

4
Motor
C
C = Comm. VS Constant Airflow (VCA) ECM
M = Multi 18-Speed Constant Torque (MCT) ECM
V = VS Constant Torque (VCT) ECM

5
Heating Stages
M
M = Modulating T = Two-Stage S = Single-Stage

6 Feature
N

7 8 9
Heating Input (BTU/H)
060

10 11 Width
14

N = Standard NOx L = Low NOx U = Ultra-Low NOx

026 = 26,000 * 040 = 40,000 * 060 = 60,000 * 080 = 80,000 * 100 = 100,000 * 120 = 120,000 140 = 140,000

14 = 14.2" 17 = 17.5" 21 = 21.0" 24 = 24.5"

* ULN Models Available

12 13
Cooling CFM (100s)
08
08 = 800 10 = 1000 12 = 1200 14 = 1400 16 = 1600 20 = 2000 22 = 2200

14
Major Series
A
A B C D

Motor Summary

Fixed-Speeds Constant Torque (FCT) ECM (Phase-out Q4 2022)

· F ive speeds, installer-selected by connecting motor wires to control board speed taps (example ­ one each for heating, cooling, constant fan)
· Non-communicating control, single-stage heating

Multi 18-Speed Constant Torque (MCT) ECM (Phase-in Q4 2022)

· NEW - Control board controls the motor at 18 speeds (torques) · NEW - speeds are installer-selected by utilizing the control board's Near Field Communication (NFC)
connectivity via the app or seven segment LED display with two push buttons · Single-stage heating and cooling capable

Variable-Speed Constant Torque (VCT) ECM (Relaunching with new features in Q3 2023)

· C ontrol board controls the variable-speed motor at various torques · N EW - Speeds are installer-selected by utilizing the control board's Near Field Communication (NFC)
connectivity via the app or seven segment LED display with two push buttons · N EW - RPM feedback from motor for advanced diagnostics · O ffered in single-stage or two-stage heating configurations with two-stage cooling capability · The variable-speed motor reduces the cooling airflow when call for dehumidification

Variable-Speed Constant Airflow (VCA) ECM (Relaunching with new features in Q4 2023)

· P rovides constant airflow regardless of external static pressure changes based on user specified CFM requirement
· Fully communicating capability allows for self-configuring airflows through the wall control · NEW - Seven segment LED display and app capability for added diagnostic capability · Features our best humidity control when used with a communicating system (including wall control) · Offered in two-stage or modulating heat configurations · Compatible with single-, two- and variable-speed outdoor products

90% Gas Furnaces 21

80% Gas Furnace Lineups

Standard/Low NOx Pre-2023

Tier

Family

Motor

Htg

Cool

Dehum

Blr Ins

NOx SKUs

F80CTL VCA 2 VS Y Y Low 8

Family

Standard/Low NOx 2023

Motor

Htg

Cool

Dehum

Blr Ins

NOx SKUs Timing

F80CTL VCA 2 VS

Y

Y Low

8

Q4 2023

Ion System

QuietComfort

F80VTL VCT 2 2

Y Y Low 4

F80VTL VCT 2 2

Y

Y Low

4

Q3 2023

Performance Series

N80VSL VCT 1 2

Y Y Low 7

N80ESN FCT-5 1

1

N

N Std 14

N80ESL FCT-5 1

1

N

N Low 14

N80VSL VCT 1 2 N80MSN MCT-18 1 1 N80MSL MCT-18 1 1

Y Y Low 7

Q4

N

N

Std

14 2022

N N Low 13

R80ESN FCT-5 1

1

N

N Std 13

R80ESL FCT-5 1

1

N

N Low 13

R80MSN MCT-18 1 1 R80MSL MCT-18 1 1

N N Std 6 Q4
2022 N N Low 5

R-Series

Ultra-Low NOx Pre-2023

Tier

Family

Motor

Htg

Cool

Dehum

Blr Ins

NOx SKUs

F80CSU VCA 1 VS Y Y ULN 4

Family

Ultra-Low NOx 2023

Motor

Htg

Cool Dehum

Blr Ins

NOx SKUs Timing

F80CTU* VCA 2 VS

Y

Y ULN

4

Q4 2023

N80ESU FCT-5 1 1

N Y ULN 4

N80MSU MCT-18 1 2

N

Y ULN

4

Q4 2022

Performance

R-Series

R80ESU FCT-5 1 1

N Y ULN 4

R80MSU MCT-18 1 2

N

Y ULN

4

Q4 2022

* Releasing with launch of deluxe product.

Ion System

22 80% Gas Furnaces

80% Gas Furnace Nomenclature

80% Gas Furnaces

80% Gas Furnaces

1

Title

Brand Identifier

Product #/Letter Descriptions

F
F = Deluxe N = Entry/
Generic R = R-Series

2 - 3 Product Efficiency Level
80
80 = 80% AFUE

4
Motor
C
C = Comm. VS Constant Airflow (VCA) ECM
M = Multi 18-Speed Constant Torque (MCT) ECM
V = VS Constant Torque (VCT) ECM

5
Heating Stages
T
M = Modulating T = Two-Stage S = Single-Stage

6
Feature
L N = Standard NOx L = Low NOx U = Ultra-Low NOx

7 - 8 - 9
Heating Input (BTU/H)
060
040 = 40,000 * 045 = 45,000 060 = 60,000 * 070 = 70,000 080 = 80,000 * 090 = 90,000 100 = 100,000 * 110 = 110,000 135 = 135,000 155 = 155,000
* ULN Models Only

10 - 11
Width
14
14 = 14.2" 17 = 17.5" 21 = 21.0" 24 = 24.5"

12 - 13
Cooling CFM (100s)
08
08 = 800 10 = 1000 12 = 1200 14 = 1400 16 = 1600 20 = 2000 22 = 2200

14
Major Series
A
A B C D

Motor Summary

Fixed-Speeds Constant Torque (FCT) ECM (Phase-out Q4 2022)

· F ive speeds, installer-selected by connecting motor wires to control board speed taps (example ­ one each for heating, cooling, constant fan)
· Non-communicating control, single-stage heating

Multi 18-Speed Constant Torque (MCT) ECM (Phase-in Q4 2022)

· NEW - control board controls the motor at 18 speeds (torques) · NEW - speeds are installer-selected by utilizing the control board's Near Field Communication (NFC)
connectivity via the app or seven segment LED display with two push buttons · Single-stage heating and cooling capable

Variable-Speed Constant Torque (VCT) ECM (Relaunching with new features in Q3 2023)

· C ontrol board controls the variable-speed motor at various torques · N EW - Speeds are installer-selected by utilizing the control board's Near Field Communication (NFC)
connectivity via the app or seven segment LED display with two push buttons · N EW - RPM feedback from motor for advanced diagnostics · O ffered in single-stage or two-stage heating configurations with two-stage cooling capability · The variable-speed motor reduces the cooling airflow when call for dehumidification

Variable-Speed Constant Airflow (VCA) ECM (Relaunching with new features in Q4 2023)

· P rovides constant airflow regardless of external static pressure changes based on user specified CFM requirement
· Fully communicating capability allows for self-configuring airflows through the wall control · NEW - Seven segment LED display and app capability for added diagnostic capability · Features our best humidity control when used with a communicating system (including wall control) · Offered in two-stage or modulating heat configurations · Compatible with single-, two- and variable-speed outdoor products

80% Gas Furnaces 23

Small Packaged Products Lineup

Standard Pre-2023

Tier

Family

Type

Cool Stage

Heat Stage

Standard HX

Std Indoor Coil

PGR5 YAC 2

2

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

QuietComfort

PAR5 PAC 2 2

N/A

Tin-Plated Copper

PHR5 PHP 2 2

N/A

Tin-Plated Copper

PGS4 YAC 1

1

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

PDS4 YAC 1

1

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

Grille
Dense Wire
Dense Wire
Dense Wire
Dense Wire
Dense Wire

SKUs 38 21 27 68 48

Performance

PGD4 YAC 1 PAD4 PAC 1 PDD4 DF 1 PHD4 PHP 1

1

Aluminized

Copper

Standard Wire

82

1

N/A

Copper

Standard Wire

34

1

Aluminized

Copper

Standard Wire

24

1

N/A

Copper

Standard Wire

34

MH

PAJ4 PAC 1 1 PHJ4 PHP 1 1

N/A

Tin-Plated Copper

Louver

6

N/A

Tin-Plated Copper

Louver

6

Low-NOx Pre-2023

Tier

Family

Type

Cool Stage

Heat Stage

Standard HX

Std Indoor Coil

PGR5 YAC 2

2

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

PGS4 YAC 1

1

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

PDS4 DF 1

1

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

Grille
Dense Wire
Dense Wire
Dense Wire

SKUs 26 68 48

Performance QuietComfort

PGD4 YAC 1 PDD4 DF 1

1

Aluminized

Copper

Standard Wire

82

1

Aluminized

Copper

Standard Wire

24

Ultra-Low NOx Pre-2023

Tier

Family

Type

Cool Stage

Heat Stage

Standard HX

Std Indoor Coil

Grille

SKUs

PGR5 YAC 2

1

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

Dense Wire

16

PGS4 YAC 1

1

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

Dense Wire

14

Standard 2023

Family

Type

Cool Stage

Heat Stage

Standard HX

PGR5 YAC 2 2 Stainless

PAR5 PAC 2 2

N/A

PHR5 DF 2 2

N/A

Std Indoor Coil*

Grille SKUs

Tin-Plated Copper

Louver

38

Tin-Plated Copper

Louver

21

Tin-Plated Copper

Louver

27

PGD4 YAC 1 PAD4 PAC 1 PDD4 DF 1 PHD4 PHP 1

1

Stainless

Aluminum

Dense Wire

68

1

N/A

Aluminum

Dense Wire

28

1

Stainless

Aluminum

Dense Wire

16

1

N/A

Aluminum

Dense Wire

28

PAJ4 PAC 1 1 PHJ4 PHP 1 1

N/A Aluminum Louver 6 N/A Aluminum Louver 6

Low-NOx 2023

Family

Type

Cool Stage

Heat Stage

Standard HX

Std Indoor Coil*

Grille SKUs

PGR5 YAC 2

2

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

Louver

26

PGD4 YAC 1 PDD4 DF 1

1

Stainless

Aluminum

Dense Wire

68

1

Stainless

Aluminum

Dense Wire

16

Ultra-Low NOx 2023

Family

Type

Cool Heat Stage Stage

Standard HX

Std Indoor Coil*

Grille SKUs

PGR5 YAC 2

1

Stainless

Tin-Plated Copper

Louver

16

Performance QuietComfort

PGD4 YAC 1

1

Aluminized

Copper

Standard Wire

23

PGD4 YAC 1

1

Stainless

Aluminum

Dense Wire

14

* Aluminum coil dependent on material availability. SPP Unit Type Key: PAC = Packaged Air Conditioner | PHP = Packaged Heat Pump | YAC = Year-Round Air Conditioner (Gas/Electric AC) | DF = Dual Fuel (Gas/Electric HP)
24 SPPs

Small Packaged Products Nomenclature

Small Packaged Products

Small Packaged Products

1

2

Title

Unit

Type

Product #/Letter Descriptions

P P = Package

A
A = AC H = HP D = Dual Fuel G = Gas/Electric

3
Tier
D
D = Standard J = Dedicated
Horizontal R = Mainline
Up to 16 SEER

4
SEER
4 4 = 14 5 = 15

5 6
Cooling BTU
24
24 = 24K/2 Tons 30 = 30K/2.5 Tons 36 = 36K/3 Tons 42 = 42K/3.5 Tons 48 = 48K/4 Tons 60 = 60K/5 Tons

7 8 9
Heating BTU
060
000 = N/A 040 = 40K 060 = 60K 090 = 90K 115 = 115K 120 = 120K 130 = 127 to 130K

10
Voltage
K
K = 208/230-1-60 H = 208/230-3-60 L = 460-3-60

11 12
Factory Installed Option
00
00 = No Options GC = Low Cab Air
Leakage + Tin-Plated Cu Evap Tubes TP = Tin-Plated Evap Tubes LW = Low Cabinet Air Leakage

13
Feature Code
0
0 = Standard 1 = Low NOx 2 = Ultra-Low
NOx

14
Major Series
K
K

SPPs 25

New Product Technologies
27

Welded Aluminum Technology
NEW OUTDOOR UNITS WITH WELDED ALUMINUM OUTDOOR COIL TECHNOLOGY
Another exciting product improvement rolling out by 2023 will be our unique and innovative welded aluminum outdoor coils. Building upon years of experience with indoor aluminum coil technology, we have been developing a new line of outdoor condensing units around our patent-pending, welded aluminum coil technology.
These new welded aluminum coils will deliver improved corrosion resistance while satisfying future performance requirements. As the HVAC industry leader, we are the only manufacturer currently offering this groundbreaking coil technology in residential outdoor products.
How is our aluminum coil technology better than our competitors? Our coil tubing starts out as a flat sheet of aluminum. Zinc cladding is applied in a process known as roll bonding. The aluminum and zinc alloys are hot rolled together, reheated, and put through a series of sealing passes to create a metallurgical bond. A single composite material with significantly enhanced corrosion resistance is the result.

How our aluminum coil is made The zinc-cladded aluminum sheeting is then embossed with a herringbone pattern which creates angled multi-directional channels on the inside of the tubing. These angled enhancements increase turbulent refrigerant flow to improve heat transfer efficiency.
Based on a similar process we use today on our copper tubing, the aluminum is shaped into a tube and welded along one edge. This entire process creates aluminum tubing with a wall that's 71% thicker than current copper tubing for exceptional strength. It also allows us to emboss the internal wall of the tube as noted above.

Interior view of welded
aluminum coil

Apex
The welding process

Contacts

Tube Travel

Weld Roll

Our aluminum tube coils are unlike any other in the industry. We are not the first manufacturer to hit the market with aluminum outdoor coils, but we may be the only one offering coils of this unique design. Rather than designing the units using dissimilar metals, ours include high-strength, zinc-coated aluminum parts to complement our zinc-cladded welded aluminum tubing. These products will experience significantly reduced galvanic corrosion and the resulting fin degradation.
28 Welded Aluminum Technology

Welded Aluminum Technology

WELDED VS. EXTRUDED ALUMINUM TUBING
While many of our competitors are offering aluminum outdoor coil products, many of their models use extruded aluminum which has limited and less effective internal wall enhancements, higher pressure drop, and is not capable of zinc cladding.

Extruded Aluminum Tube from Competitors
l Limited internal wall enhancements
l Higher pressure drop l No zinc cladding

Welded Aluminum Tube from Tempstar
l M ulti-directional internal enhancements
l Less sensitive to pressure drop
l Z inc cladding for corrosion protection

ARE THERE OTHER ENHANCEMENTS TO THE NEW OUTDOOR UNITS? Additional improvements to our welded aluminum coil air conditioners and heat pumps include:
l New fin material l Top isolators l Aluminum liquid distributor and vapor header with copper stubs l Aluminum tube sheets, hairpins, return bends, crossovers and defrost switch
Many of the aluminum components are sprayed with a zinc coating, and any copper-to-aluminum joints on the unit are protected with a special heat shrink wrap. The entire package has been designed for enhanced performance, lasting corrosion resistance, reduced unit weight, and an easier transition for installers and service technicians.

LET'S TALK ABOUT INSTALLATION
We do our best to re-design products with our technicians in mind. When transitioning from traditional copper coil units to the new aluminum coil models, technicians will appreciate the many similarities to current installation processes. For example:

We have maintained the same or similar footprint on most units, so there will be minimal need to replace the pad.

Because our aluminum coil is 50% lighter than copper coils, the new models will be easier to handle and transport.

There is no copper-to-aluminum brazing required in the field ­ aluminum to copper brazing takes place in our factory and these connections are treated with a protective heat shrink wrap.

WELDED ALUMINUM: BUILDING ON EXPERIENCE Our outdoor products with welded aluminum coil technology are the next step in delivering outstanding quality, reliability and efficient indoor home comfort. They are a big part of how aluminum is reshaping our product lineup, and another reason why we say we are all in on aluminum.
Welded Aluminum Technology 29

Power-V Technology

INTRODUCING THE TEMPSTAR® V-COIL WITH POWER-V TECHNOLOGY
Tempstar V-shaped evaporator coils are 2023-ready with increased equipment efficiency and reduced weight of equipment.

WHY DO WE NEED A NEW COIL DESIGN? Our commitment to excellence continues to be driven by meeting the needs of our distributors and dealers; satisfying homeowners who depend upon our products for comfort; and, offering products that satisfy an evolving list of regulatory requirements.
Our current coil technology has served us well for decades. As we continue looking for measured improvements in the efficiency and performance of our cooling systems, continuing with the current coil design creates a number of challenges. These challenges include:

l Increased cabinet heights due to an l Difficulties meeting the SEER2

increase in refrigerant circuit sizes

ratings using M1 testing procedures

l  Larger coils leading to increased pressure drop from the same airflow velocity

l E xtensive ductwork modifications to accommodate larger cabinet sizes

The V-coil with Power-V Technology addresses each of these challenges plus offers additional benefits in the area of installation and service.

NEW DESIGN = NEW BENEFITS
Our V-coil, with sixteen patents pending, is packed with innovative design features that increase efficiency, extend coil life, enhance corrosion resistance, and deliver many other advantages.

Improved Airflow The V-coil configuration provides for more uniform airflow over coil, resulting in:
- Improved heat transfer - Less pressure drop - Increased system efficiency
Ease of Install and Service The V-coil was designed to make install and service easier for service technicians:
- C an be used in vertical up/down flow applications and horizontal multi-poise applications
- Coils slide in/out on easy access rail system - E asily replace the TXV without removing the
coil itself - U p to 46% lighter than A-coils, up to 37% lighter
than N-coils

Corrosion Resistance The V-coil with Power-V Technology was designed to have improved corrosion resistance so as to extend the life of the coil:
- Aluminum coil to reduce corrosion - V -shape better manages condensate runoff,
channeling water away from superheated top of coil - R educed number of manually brazed joints from
13 down to just three
Legacy Design Elements The V-coil maintains some of the legacy coil design elements for consistency in installation:
- System charging the same - TXV install the same - 3/8" liquid line inlet the same - Line-set connections the same

30 Power-V Technology

Power-V Technology
WHAT DOES THE NEW COIL LOOK LIKE? The new evaporator coil incorporates flat, aluminum refrigerant channels with brazed-on ridged aluminum fins. It is configured in a "V" shape with the header tubes positioned at top. The resulting geometry provides improved heat transfer, more uniform and controlled airflow over the coil, and a lighter, corrosion-resistant coil.

WHY SHOULD I BE CONFIDENT IN THE V-COIL WITH POWER-V TECHNOLOGY?
Our engineers designed and tested these new coils specifically to address coil leakage concerns and enhance condensate management.
Addressing leakage, the #1 issue with cooling coils The new V-coil design reduces the number of manually brazed joints from thirteen down to just three - reducing the areas of potential leakage.
The V-shaped design also relocates tube-to-header joints to the top of the coil. In an "A" configuration, these joints would be sitting in the condensate, making them more susceptible to corrosion. Moving these joints to the top of the V-coil and out of the condensate improves the life of the coil.
Enhanced condensate management Condensate on the V-coil flows against the refrigerant dry-out side of the coil. Water is channeled away from the superheated top region of the coil, eliminating the occurrence of condensate blow-off. The `V' orientation also reduces the amount of internal cabinet surface area exposed to conditioned air, presenting less potential for sweating.

EASY, FLEXIBLE INSTALLATION & SERVICE
Upgrading to a new V-coil with Power-V Technology will be just as easy as replacing one of our current coils, and servicing them got that much easier as well.

What's staying the same: l Footprint of coil l 3/8" liquid inlet l C urrent line set connections l Set TXV l System charging l P ackaging

What's being improved:
l C ondensate drain options on both sides of the coil
l Up to 37% lighter than current N-coils and up to 46% lighter than current A-coils
l  E asy to install UV light via front panel

What about service?
l Open access to both sides
of the coil to inspect and clean
l C oil slides in/out on an easy-to-access rail system
l R eplace TXV without removing coil

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Entry Tier Furnace Enhancements
OPTIMIZING FOR 2023 SYSTEM RATINGS
The new 2023 Entry Tier furnaces will be optimized for the new testing procedures required for developing efficiency ratings. The new models will have airflows optimized for BOTH current and 2023 ratings requirements ­ so you can stock and sell this new product now to ensure a smooth transition prior to January 1, 2023. One key change to help meet the M1 ratings is the increased number of airflow settings. Using a MCT blower motor, our new entry tier offering will have increased speed options ­ eighteen speeds in fact! This market-leading product feature makes it easier to right-size a system to a home's needs and results in improved application flexibility.
INDUSTRY LEADING IMPROVEMENTS FOR ENTRY TIER FURNACES
In addition to being 2023-Ready, we have made a series of product improvements that are sure to be well-received in the field.
New Control Board ­ Installers and Service Technicians will enjoy a redesigned control board
in our entry tier products. We have incorporated a 7-segment display for easier installation. And we have created more and clearer fault codes to help technicians more accurately diagnose and resolve issues effecting the system.
Industry-leading FAST OEM Mobile Tech app with Patent-Pending Near Field Communication Capability ­ Use the improved FAST OEM Mobile Tech app featuring Near Field
Communication (NFC) technology to help save time on installation and service calls. NFC allows for airflow and other control parameters to be setup through your mobile device while at the job site or at the warehouse utilizing the RNC Saved Favorites option. During service calls, technicians can use both the 7-segment display and the app to access system diagnostics, including: fault codes, run time, cycle data and more.
Coming soon: Check HVACpartners soon for a "How To" video on NFC and the FAST OEM Mobile Tech app.
Improved Serviceability ­ Tempstar has streamlined their blower motor offering by using a multi-speed motor resulting
in a 70% reduction of blower motor service parts. The airflow settings for the unit are now programmed in the control board, not the motor, so servicing is simplified.

Get the FAST OEM Mobile Tech app today. These QR codes will take you to the app store where you will be able to download the Tempstar FAST OEM Mobile Tech app to your smartphone.
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Apple App Store

Google Play Store

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PRE-PLAN

2023 Readiness Planning
PLANNING FOR SUCCESS: REGULATORY READINESS FOR 2023
2023 regulatory changes will be upon the HVAC industry soon, and we want you to be ready. The best way to maintain your competitive edge is to start planning for success today. Below are some tips to help guide you as you prepare your business for 2023.
The more you know, the better equipped you'll be when regulations change. Start the process now by: l S tudying the 2023 Regulatory Readiness Launch kit and other readiness materials found on HVACpartners.com l R eviewing 2023 regulatory content on the Department of Energy website l Familiarizing yourself with new product ratings as outlined by AHRI l C ontinue tracking 2023 updates on HVACpartners.com to learn about new product offerings
and model number nomenclatures l Familiarize yourself with the new 2023 product ratings
RECOMMENDED TIMELINE: - Now and ongoing: Start to educate yourself today and continue up to and beyond January 1, 2023 - Q1 2022: Look for the new AHRI product ratings to start to be posted
The scope of changes to product lines is significant. Start your pre-planning soon by: l Learning the phase-in/phase-out schedules for new and current products and watch for detailed bulletins
with each launch. l Beginning to forecast inventory needs l Identifying warehouse space issues and manpower needed to manage the transition l Developing advertising and other marketing and communication plans to move old inventory out
and get new inventory selling
RECOMMENDED TIMELINE: - Q1 and Q2 2022: Establish phase-in/phase out, inventory forecasts, and warehouse and manpower needs - Q2 2022: Create advertising, marketing and communications plan
Preparation is the name of the game, and everybody should be in the loop. So plan to make training a top priority. l Y our sales team will need to be aware of the regulatory changes, new model information and
how to best position the new products l S ervice technicians will need to learn any new installation/service details and if any additional
or new tools are required l Y our full team will need to become familiar with the new technologies and product features
that will be introduced with these regulatory and testing changes
RECOMMENDED TIMELINE: - Now and ongoing: new product features and technologies - Q2 through Q4 2022: Sales and technician training
With your plan in place, it's time to put it in motion. l Start by selling through current minimum efficiency inventory and/or transitioning to sales
of the new 2023-compliant products l Advertise and market the new products following your communications plan l Keep records of all transactions to create a paper trail of your compliance
RECOMMENDED TIMELINE: - N ow and ongoing: Sell-through current product inventory, begin selling new models and keep records of all transactions - Q3/Q4 2022: Begin advertising/marketing new products
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Frequently Asked Questions

2023 REGULATORY & GENERAL PRODUCT QUESTIONS
1. W hat are the 2023 Regulatory changes? The Department of Energy (DOE) is increasing the minimum efficiency requirements on all central air conditioners and heat pumps. They are also requiring HVAC manufacturers to comply with new testing procedures for developing efficiency ratings.
2. W hat are the new efficiency minimums under the current M test procedures? For air conditioners in the North, the minimum efficiency will increase from 13.0 SEER to 14.0 SEER and in the South from 14.0 SEER to 15.0 SEER under today's M test procedure (Note: for units at or above 45k BTU's the minimum will be 14.5 SEER). The national heat pump minimum efficiency will increase from 14.0 SEER to 15.0 SEER. While SPP has no new minimum efficiency requirements, this product line will be impacted by the new test procedures.
3. W hat will the new efficiency minimums be under the new M1 testing procedures? For air conditioners in the North, the minimum efficiency will increase from 13.0 SEER to 13.4 SEER2 and in the South from 14.0 SEER to 14.3 SEER2 under the new M1 test procedure (Note: for units at or above 45k BTU's the minimum will be 13.8 SEER2). The national heat pump minimum efficiency will increase from 14.0 SEER to 14.3 SEER2.
4. W hat is the timing? These changes will go into effect on January 1, 2023.
5. H ow will I know if a model is 2023-compliant? All 2023-compliant products will carry a SEER2 rating. This new nomenclature refers to the new testing procedures required for 2023. Additionally, you can check the AHRI system rating to confirm if the system meets the new 2023 requirements.
6. C an I install current products after January 1, 2023? Yes, however it depends on where you are located in the country. For the North region, any 13.0 SEER AC built before January 1, 2023 can still be installed on or after January 1, 2023. For the South and Southwest regions, any air conditioner that does not meet the new minimum efficiencies cannot be installed on or after January 1, 2023. For heat pumps, any 14.0 SEER unit built before January 1, 2023 can be installed on or after January 1, 2023.
7. W hat is the difference between "date of manufacture" and "date of installation"? "Date of manufacture" refers to when the product was produced, and that date therefore determines if a product can be installed after the deadline or not. "Date of installation" refers to only the deadline date as a qualifier on whether a product can be installed or not.
8. H ow will I know if a product was produced before January 1, 2023? The unit serial number denotes the week and year it was built.

9. D o I have to comply? Yes. The 2023 minimum efficiency standards are a US Federal law. To avoid costly penalties for non-compliance, it is in your best interest to comply with these changes. The DOE has been aggressively enforcing efficiency standards in several industries, including HVAC.
10. H ow will the DOE enforce compliance? We anticipate enforcement will follow a similar pattern to the 2015 standards change ­ relying on easy and confidential reporting of suspected violations. Also, manufacturers will be obligated to report any potential violations.
11. W hich manufacturers are impacted? All HVAC manufacturers must comply with these new requirements and test procedures.
12. If the Regulatory changes are for minimum efficiency, why are there changes to higher efficiency indoor and outdoor equipment? All components in the HVAC system impact the ratings because ratings are system combinations. Additionally, this change includes new testing procedures requiring a higher external static pressure and changes to the airflow set point on the indoor blower motor. Finally, improving pressure drop over the furnace coils will help achieve ratings.
13. W hen will ratings be available for 2023-compliant models? Ratings for 2023-compliant models should be available approximately two months prior to first ship and will be posted to ICPeqp.com/AHRIratings/ratings.aspx. Be sure to also check the AHRI database frequently for the most current information.
14. W hat are SEER2, EER2 and HSPF2? These represent the new nomenclature associated with products that have been rated using the new M1 testing procedures.
15. W hat is an M1 rating? M1 is the new DOE testing procedure under Appendix M1. An M1 rating has been developed under the new test procedure and will include SEER2, EER2, and HSPF2. The pre-2023 test procedure is M under Appendix M.
16. W ill the products be labeled for SEER and SEER2? No. The EnergyGuide label can only include SEER or SEER2 values. All new 2023 products will be launched with SEER2 EnergyGuide labels. Existing products that meet the 2023 requirements will have their EnergyGuide label updated to SEER2 in 2022. For the same system, SEER and SEER2 ratings will be available in AHRI and on ICPeqp.com/AHRIratings/ratings.aspx in 2022.
17. W hy is the SEER2 rating lower than the SEER rating for the same product? In most cases, the new SEER2 ratings will be lower, and the minimum efficiencies will be reduced to account for the more difficult test procedures, compared to the SEER
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ratings on the same system. The new M1 tests require an increased external static pressure of up to 5x, which increases the blower motor watts and in turn reduces the efficiency rating.
18. H ow does ENERGY STAR® 6.0 effect current products certified under ENERGY STAR 5.0? All new products released going forward are required to meet ENERGY STAR 6.0 (or 6.1 when released). Existing products certified to ENERGY STAR 5.0 remain ENERGY STAR certified.
19. H ow does this benefit me (distributor/dealer)? You can be confident that Tempstar is supporting the DOE's initiative to reduce overall energy consumption in the U.S. by producing compliant products that meet these new minimum efficiencies. And with these changes you will benefit from an overall product SKU reduction which will help you in your inventory management.
20. H ow does this benefit the homeowner? Homeowners can be confident that Tempstar is supporting the DOE's initiative to reduce overall energy consumption in the U.S. by producing compliant products that meet these new minimum efficiencies. Homeowners will enjoy more efficient products that are less harmful to the environment.
21. A re there new model numbers and if so, where can I find them? Yes. Most of the product categories will experience updates to the model number nomenclature. Look to this launch kit as well as the Nomenclature/Product Lookup Tool on HVACpartners for more detailed information.
22. W ill the new models be larger in size than the old ones? This depends on the specific model and size. We have worked tirelessly to minimize any significant changes in product sizing, knowing that retrofitting is critical to your success. Reference launch materials and product specifications for new products to verify unit size.
23. S hould I be concerned with servicing these new models? No. There are few to no new installation or service practices required with the 2023-compliant models. We've worked to make things easier with improvements such as longer service valves that will work with mechanical fittings on select 2023 ACs and HPs, lighter weight furnace coils, easier UV light installation and mechanical TXVs on the Fan Coils.
24. W ill the 2023-compliant products still qualify for financing programs? Yes. The 2023-compliant products will follow similar financing qualification as pre-2023 products. Reference the specific programs as they are updated within the new models.
25. W ill the current accessory kits still work with the new models? Accessory kits will largely remain the same. Revisions will be made to update accessory kits with instruction sheets and labels which include model numbers.
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26. W ill these changes affect the ductless product offering? The majority of ductless products have efficiency levels well above the new minimum requirements. However, these products will be impacted by the new test procedures. Look for new SEER2 ratings on ductless products in late 2022.
27. D o these changes affect products sold in Canada? The Canadian government is in the process of developing their own rules for new minimum efficiency and testing procedure requirements. Although these regulations are not finalized, they are proposing similar requirements to the northern region of the United States.
28. W ill there be new training available for the 2023 Regulatory changes? Yes. Go to MLCTraining.com to access the 2023 Regulatory training materials, including:
· 2023 Regulatory video overview
· 2 023 Regulatory overview and new technology eLearning course
· 2 023 Regulatory overview and new technology course material for distributor hosted training
· Model number nomenclature training
· Product specific training with product rollout
29. W here can I find support materials for 2023 products? There are multiple places for you to go to get more information:
· 2 023 Regulatory Readiness Launch Kit ­ Please see the complete launch kit sent to all Territory Managers and Sales Managers.
· 2 023 Regulatory Readiness USB ­ Please review to the USB enclosed in the launch kit for more information.
· H VACpartners ­ go to HVACpartners > Marketing Tools > Sales Tools > Marketing Launch Kits to find all the launch kit contents posted online.
30. H ow can I continue to receive 2023 product information in the future? Be sure to "opt-in" to receiving email communications on your HVACpartners account. Tempstar sends bi-monthly email communications to help keep you up to date on product improvements, enhancements, and new product launches as well as information about programs and upcoming events.
31. W ho should I contact for more information? Please contact your local Territory Manager or Regional Business Manager for additional information.

Frequently Asked Questions

AIR CONDITIONER, HEAT PUMP & WELDED ALUMINUM PRODUCT QUESTIONS

32. W ill there be significant changes to the installation process on these new AC/HP products? No. There are few to no new installation or service practices required with the 2023-compliant models. However, you will want to consult the installation instructions before installing any new product.
33. Is every model converting to AL? If not, then why? In light of global supply chain challenges and in order to ensure supply chain success, there will be a staggered roll out of products with aluminum outdoor coils. Some products will not convert until after 2023.
34. L iving in a northern climate ­ how does this aluminum coil help me? While corrosion may not be as critical of an issue in the northern markets, there is still a corrosion resistance benefit no matter where the product is installed. You will also benefit from the lighter weight of the unit with aluminum coil ­ making transport easier.
35. S hould I be concerned with servicing these new models? No. You will service these units much the same way you do today.
36. W ill I have to braze copper to AL on the job site? No. There is no cooper-to-aluminum brazing required in the field.
37. W ill there still be coastal models offered in 2023? We will still offer specific coastal models with all corrosion resistant features built in.
38. W ill these new products work with mechanical fittings? Our new Mainline AC and HP products will work with mechanical fittings. Be sure to reference the individual product literature to learn the details of each new product.

39. C an I use a standard sized filter with the new fan coils? Yes, new fan coils will work with filters that you can find at most retailers.
40. W ill the 2023-compliant products be converted over to the new refrigerant in 2025? No, the new 2023-compliant products will not be compatible with the new 2025 refrigerants. All split system air conditioners and heat pumps will need to be redesigned and relaunched to be compatible with the 2025 refrigerant, R-454B. Additionally, we will release new R-454B compatible furnace coil and fan coil models for 2025.
41. W hat if an air conditioner unit fails after January 1, 2023, and needs to be replaced, will the furnace coil also need to be replaced? Yes, it is necessary to replace both the outdoor AC or HP unit and furnace coil with 2023-compliant products. The furnace will not need to be changed unless it is a variablespeed system.
42. C an I install an air conditioner, manufactured before January 1, 2023, if the SEER2 rating on the EnergyGuide label is less than the region's new requirement? Yes in the North. No, in the Southeast and Southwest regions.

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V-COIL ­ POWER-V TECHNOLOGY QUESTIONS
43. H ow is this technology different from the competitive micro-channel products? Competitors in the past have used this technology in both the condensing outdoor unit and furnace coils. Competitor furnace coils using this technology are shaped so that the condensate flows over the header into the condensate drain pan making them more susceptible to corrosion. When using this in outdoor units, the system becomes sensitive to charge imbalance. By only having microchannel on the furnace coil and still using round tube plate fin on the outdoor unit, we limit issues with charge imbalance. And our V-shaped coil with the header at the top of the coil uniquely minimizes corrosion.
44. How do we know it is better? - W ith our unique V-shaped coil and the reduction of brazed joints and fewer dissimilar metals, we have reduced the susceptibility of formicary corrosion.
- A chieving higher efficiency would require a size expansion of our indoor coil and these V-coils helped limit the overall refrigerant circuit growth.
- Testing has shown reduced pressure drop over the V-coil which is vital to maintaining SEER ratings ­ especially considering the increase in the DOE's external static pressure testing requirements. And it helps to reduce limit trips on the furnace.
45. Is there anything new or different in the installation process that I need to be prepared for? No. There are few to no new installation or service practices required with the 2023-compliant models. However, you will want to consult the installation instructions before installing the new V-coil with Power-V Technology.
46. S hould I be concerned with servicing these new models? No. For the most part installation remains very similar to current coil models. However, it is always good to review the Installation Instructions for a new product to become familiar with any nuances. Additionally, the rails and open coil design will make it easier to inspect and clean these new models.
47. Is there concern with a level installation now that the drain can be connected on the left or right side? It is always important for the installer to level the coil/ furnace ­ regardless of coil design. Good practice is to level the furnace coil or very slightly lean the unit towards the drain ports. The drain pan has an internal slope from back to front to aid in this.
48. W ill I see excess contaminate buildup at the bottom/apex of the V-coil? Most of the buildup of contaminate is a result of not cleaning the coil after the construction process and/or poor yearly inspection/cleaning. The new V-coil design does help in this respect allowing easy access to both
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sides of the coil for cleaning. Further, we have designed a 7-10 mm gap from the bottom of the V-coil apex to the drain pan to help avoid build-up.
49. W hat about a buildup of condensate freeze at the bottom/apex of the V-coil? If the system is sized, installed, and setup correctly, (i.e. charge and airflow) then the coil will not freeze. The V-coil is less vulnerable to freezing due to its reduced pressure drop characteristics and airflow diverting.
50. I use the horizontal installation today ­ but there doesn't seem to be that option going forward. What product should I use? We are in the process of developing a multi-poise coil which will take the place of the older horizontal coil design. The EVM5X model will be a multi-poise coil that will replace today's ENH4X.
51. W ill I be able to order an "uncased" V-coil in the future for replacement purposes? Currently, the V-coil will not be offered as uncased.
52. W hat is Tempstar's stance on making repairs to the V-coil itself? We do not recommend that any repairs be attempted on the V-coil. We use high-strength, corrosion and galvanic corrosion resistant materials that will minimize risks of any leaks. It is recommended that the unit be replaced completely in the event of coil issues. We offer a full five-year warranty on any coil, 10 years when properly registered.
53. C an the V-coil be used as a warranty/repair replacement for the A- and N-Coil families? Yes, the new V-coils will eventually be a direct replacement for all A- and N-coils used in cooling once the transition from legacy units to new V-coils is complete. V-coils are ramping up in production and not all sizes and configurations are available yet. We will be introducing the full line throughout the year and expect to have all sizes available by Q4, 2022.
54. C an I simply replace an A- or N-coil with a new V-coil? When replacing an A- or N-coil with a V-coil it is necessary to ensure the size is the same. All V-coils will maintain the same footprint as the A- and N-coils it is replacing, but in some instances, the V-coils are taller by no more than 2.5" and will not fit in the same space as an existing N- or A-coil casing. If the V-coil is taller in height, then rework of the adjoining duct work will be necessary.
55. D id you change how we replace the TXV with this new design? No, this process remains the same. In fact, this new design makes it even easier to replace this part without having to remove the coil itself.

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56. B y removing the delta plate ­ is the performance effected at all? No. The design includes channels that seal against the front door panel minimizing the air leakage and pressure drop.
57. W ill the new coils work with BOTH AC and HP? No. At this time, the new V-coils will only work with split system air conditioners and are not approved for use with heat pumps.
58. A re these V-coils larger than current N-coils? The size of the coil depends on the particular model. Some are the same height and others are taller, but by no more than 2 ½". Additionally, we will have new width options such as a 14" 3T, a 17" 4T and a 21" 5T.
59. H ow best do we clean these new coils? We recommend using light soap and water and avoid using brushes and harsh cleaning solvents.
GAS FURNACE PRODUCT QUESTIONS

60. W ill you be posting AHRI ratings for new 2023 AC SKU's matching up with legacy A- and N-coils? Yes, since the new 2023 AC/HP SKU's will be released before most V-coils are available, all legacy A- and N-coils will be rated for use with these products.
61. W ill we be rating legacy AC SKU's with the new V-coils? Yes, the V-coil with Power-V Technology will be rated with current legacy AC SKU's though some AHRI combinations may not be available.
62. W ill we be rating new 2023 Fan Coils with legacy AC/HP SKU's? Yes, the new FJM fan coil will be rated to work with legacy AC/HP SKU's to assist with the phase-in phase-out process.
63. If an N-coil fails in a customer's home after January 1, 2023, can the dealer replace it with a legacy N-coil if they still have inventory? Yes, the installer can replace the N-coil with the same N-coil that was previously installed as it is considered a replacement component.

64. D o these new models work with pre-2023 and 2023 equipment? Yes, you can use these new 2023-compliant models with any compatible equipment. Note that the new furnaces will be rated with existing and 2023-compliant air conditioner and heat pump products. Check ICPeqp.com/AHRIratings/ ratings.aspx or AHRI for the most current list of compatible equipment.
65. W hat is the benefit of having 18 speeds on the new entry tier products? This new feature makes it easier to right-size a system to a home's need and allows for improved application flexibility. It also allows us to optimize system ratings for pre-2023 and the new 2023 outdoor models.
66. W ill the old blinking light display for fault codes go away? No. The blinking light display will remain on this product at least through 2023.
67. H ow can I access the list of new fault codes that this new control board will display? Refer to the installation instructions and the service label or booklet in the furnace for a complete list of codes.
68. W ill I be able to see the new seven-segment display from the outside of the unit? We plan to add a viewing window to the unit door in the future. However, for the initial launch you will have to remove the door to access the display. Note that you will still be able to see the blinking light from outside the unit, as you can today.
69. W hat is the biggest benefit of the NFC capability ­ or is it a gimmick? NFC capability is definitely NOT a gimmick. This feature will save you time by allowing you to perform initial set up of a unit and provide diagnostic information at your fingertips through an app.

70. W hat else can the FAST OEM Mobile Tech app do? The Tempstar FAST OEM Mobile Tech app will also benefit the RNC business by allowing contractors to save unit setup parameters by floor plan as a favorite. A saved favorite can then be applied to multiple units designated to the same floor plans at your warehouse. This saves installation time at the job site and provides confidence that the unit will operate as required upon startup.
71. H ow close do I need to be to the equipment with the app to ensure the NFC connects and works? You must be within 1" of the equipment with the phone/ app to avoid any interference. You will need to remove the furnace door to ensure this closeness.
72. W hen will all gas furnace models get NFC capability? We are looking to add this feature on future launches of the Mid and Deluxe tier models when relaunched for 2023.
73. W hat devices work with the NFC feature of the new furnaces? Your device must be NFC capable and have the current version of the app downloaded. Most smartphones have NFC capability - i.e. if your device has "tap to pay" then it has this functionality. NFC is supported on Apple® iPhone® 7 or newer and iOS 13 at a minimum.
74. H ow is NFC different from Bluetooth®? NFC is a different connection method than Bluetooth. NFC does not pair two devices, but rather makes a communication connection within a small range up to 1-inch. A device that has Bluetooth is not guaranteed to have NFC.
75. D o I need cellular service to use the Service Tech App? If you already have the app downloaded on your device, you will not need cellular service to utilize most functions on the app. Specifically, to change "Installer Setup" parameters and to pull diagnostic information off the furnace control board, neither cellular nor internet service is needed.

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76. C an I use my tablet with the app? If your tablet has NFC functionality, you can download the app and utilize the tablet. At this time, the Apple iPad® is not NFC capable. We have found that the Samsung Galaxy Tab® Active3 is NFC capable and does work with our furnace NFC chip and technician app.
77. C an I still program airflow units on site ­ and do I have to learn a new process to do so? Yes, you can still program new units on the job site through either the control board pushbuttons or through your compatible smartphone and the app. This process is not changing.
78. S hould I be concerned with servicing these new models? No. The general servicing of these units remains the same. If anything, the use of the diagnostic feature in the app or the seven-segment display will help you to service them more quickly and accurately.
79. W hat is the Super Model Plug? This is like a "master programmer" should you choose NOT to use the app when replacing the control board in the field. All model programs are loaded on the plug, so you just need to take it with you to the next job site.

80. W hy would I want to use the app to program a unit versus the seven-segment display on the unit for setup? With the FAST OEM Mobile Tech app, you can easily modify all setup parameters on your smartphone, then push those parameters to the control board, saving on installation time.
81. W hy is there a QR code on the rating plate? This QR code links to important product information including: a training video on NFC and the seven-segment display, other product info, etc.
82. D o I need power to utilize the NFC feature? No. NFC draws power from your device to create a connection to the control board. In fact, the board must be powered off when using NFC.

SPP PRODUCT QUESTIONS
83. W hy are there changes to SPP products if the minimum efficiency is not changing? The SPP product line up must comply with the new testing procedures. All SPP products must go through new certification testing and modifications will be made to the product to optimize around the new test procedure, such as airflow changes.
84. A re all models getting aluminum coils? At this time, we are converting all minimum efficiency products over to aluminum coils. Other SPP products will be converted over time in the future.

85. Why are you changing to stainless steel heat exchangers? Stainless steel is an option today, but by making it a standard feature going forward we will reduce SKUs and manufacturing complexity while improving the robustness of our standard product.

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Where To Go For More Information

HVAC PARTNERS Visit HVACpartners.com for access to the 2023 Regulatory launch kit page. Visit often, as we will be adding new product information and regulatory details to the site as they become available.
Go to: HVACpartners > Marketing > Sales Tools > Marketing Launch Kits > 2023 Regulatory

CONTENT INCLUDES:
l R esource Documents - 2023 Regulatory Resource Guide
- Power-V Technology Technical Resource Guide
- W elded Aluminum Outdoor Coil Technical Resource Guide

l P resentations - Product Presentations
- 2023 Regulatory Readiness Sales PPT

l V ideos - Welded AL Outdoor Coil Video
- Power-V Technology Video
- N FC & FAST OEM Mobile Tech App Video

TRAINING Visit MLCtraining.com and search 2023 in the online course catalog and video section to access available training!
l 2023 Regulatory Overview (Online Course and Video with downloadable presentation) l 2023 Regulatory Product Presentation (Online Course and Downloadable video with presentation) l AC/HP Nomenclature (Online Course and Downloadable Guide) l Entry Tier Furnace, 3D simulation Course ­ Coming Soon

OTHER RESOURCES
U.S. Department of Energy ­ Energy.gov

EPA and DOE Energy Efficiency ­ Energystar.gov

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ­ Epa.gov

U.S. Government's national archives ­ Federalregister.gov

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Air Conditioner Roadmap

Pre-2023

2023

TVA9 Up to 19.0 SEER Five-Stage
TCA7 Up to 17.0 SEER Two-Stage
TSA6 Up to 16.0 SEER Single-Stage
TSA5 Up to 15.5 SEER Single-Stage
N4A7 Up to 17.5 SEER Two-Stage
N4A6 15.0 - 17.0 SEER Single-Stage
NXA6 15.0 - 17.0 SEER Single-Stage N4A5 14.0 - 15.0 SEER Single-Stage NXA4 14.0 - 15.0 SEER Single-Stage
N4A4 Coastal Model Single-Stage
N4A3 13.0 - 14.0 SEER Single-Stage
NH4A4 14.0 - 15.0 SEER Single-Stage, Horizontal Discharge

TVA9 Up to 19.0 SEER2* Five-Stage
T4A7T Up to 17.0 SEER2 Two-Stage

IonTM System

T4A6S Up to 16.5 SEER2 Single-Stage

* Based on preliminary ratings - subject to change.

N4A7T
Up to 17.0 SEER2 Two-Stage Includes Coastal Model

Performance Series

N4A5S
Up to 16.5 SEER2 Single-Stage Includes Coastal Model

N4A4S Up to 16.5 SEER2 Single-Stage
S4A5S Up to 16.5 SEER2 Single-Stage, Horizontal Discharge

R4A5 Up to 17.0 SEER Single-Stage
R4A4 Up to 16.0 SEER Single-Stage
R4A3 13.0-15.0 SEER Single-Stage

R4A5S Up to 16.5 SEER2 Single-Stage
R4A4S Up to 16.0 SEER2 Single-Stage

R-Series

Note: There will be no changes to the three-phase products.

Air Conditioner
Title
Product #/Letter Descriptions

1

2

Brand & Airflow Type

Refrigerant Type

N

4

N = Non-Brand Specific Vertical
S = Horizontal Discharge T = Ion System R = R-Series

4 = R-410A

3

4

5

OD Type

Efficiency

Design Type

A

4

S

A = AC

4 = North Compliant 5 = Southwest Compliant 6 = 16 SEER2 7 = 17 SEER2 8 = 18 SEER2 9 = 19 SEER2

S = Single-Stage T = Two-Stage V = Variable-Speed

6 7

8

9

10

11

Nominal Cooling Capacity

Feature

Voltage

Special Feature

Region

18

A

18 = 1.5 tons 24/25 = 2 tons 30 = 2.5 tons 36/37 = 3 tons 42/43 = 3.5 tons 48/49 = 4 tons 60/61 = 5 tons

A = Standard C = Coastal

K
K = 208-230-1 or 208/230-1
H = 208-230-3 or 208/230-3
L = 460-3 S = 575-3 W = 230-1-50

A

N

A = Standard

N = Standard North AC
W= Standard Southeast and Southwest AC

12
Major Series
A A - Z

Note: IonTM System TVA9 follows the pre-2023 nomenclature and meets the 2023 regulatory requirements.

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice or without incurring obligations.

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Heating and Cooling Products
Pre-2023
TVH8 Up to 18.0 SEER Five-Stage
TCH6 Up to 18.0 SEER Two-Stage
TSH6 Up to 17.0 SEER Single-Stage
TSH4 15.0 - 16.0 SEER Single-Stage
NH4H4 14.0 - 15.0 SEER Single-Stage Horizontal Discharge
N4H6 Up to 17.5 SEER Two-Stage NXH6 Up to 16.0 SEER Single-Stage NXH5 Up to 16.0 SEER Single-Stage N4H4 Up to 15.0 SEER Single-Stage Coastal Model Available
R4H4 Up to 15.0 SEER Single-Stage

Heat Pump Roadmap

2023

TVH8 Up to 18.0 SEER2* Five-Stage
T4H7T Up to 17.0 SEER2 Two-Stage

IonTM System

T4H6S Up to 15.2 SEER2* Single-Stage

DLCURA Up to 18.0 SEER2*

Performance

Variable-Speed

Series

N4H7T Up to 17.0 SEER2 Two-Stage Includes Coastal Model

N4H5S At 14.3 SEER2 Single-Stage Includes Coastal Model

R4H5S At 14.3 SEER2 Single-Stage

R-Series

Note: There will be no changes to three-phase product

* Based on preliminary ratings - subject to change.

Heat Pumps
Title

1
Brand & Airflow Type

2
Refrigerant Type

3
OD Type

4 Efficiency

5
Design Type

6 7
Nominal Cooling Capacity

8 Feature

Product #/Letter
Descriptions

N
N = Non-Brand Specific Vertical
T = Ion System R = R-Series

4 4 = R-410A

H H = HP

5

S

5 = National Compliant 6 = 16 SEER2 7 = 17 SEER2 8 = 18 SEER2 9 = 19 SEER2

S = Single-Stage T = Two-Stage V = Variable-Speed

18

A

18 = 1.5 tons 24/25 = 2 tons 30 = 2.5 tons 36/37 = 3 tons 42/43 = 3.5 tons 48/49 = 4 tons 60/61 = 5 tons

A = Standard C = Coastal

Note: IonTM System TVH8 follows the pre-2023 nomenclature and meets the 2023 regulatory requirements.

9
Voltage
K
K = 208-230-1 or 208/230-1
H = 208-230-3 or 208/230-3
L = 460-3 S = 575-3 W = 230-1-50

10
Special Feature
A A = Standard

11 Region
A A = HP

12
Major Series
A A - Z

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice or without incurring obligations.

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Heating and Cooling Products
Pre-2023
EAM4X, EDM4X Cased Multi-Poise EAD4X Cased Vertical
EAA4X Uncased Vertical

Furnace Coil Roadmap

A-Coils

2023
EAM4X Cased Multi-Poise

No Change

EAA4X Uncased Vertical

N-Coils
END4X Cased Vertical
ENW4X Cased Transition ENA4X /EMA4X Uncased Vertical
ENH4X Cased Horizontal

A/C ONLY
Slab Coil

V-Coils
EVD4X Cased Vertical Power-V Technology
EVM4X Cased Multi-Poise Power-V Technology

EHD4X Cased Horizontal

No Change

EHD4X Cased Horizontal

A-Coil & Slab

Furnace Coils
Title Furnace Coils Product #/Letter Title Descriptions Product #/Letter
Descriptions

1
Component 1
CompEonent E = Furnace
CoEil
E = Furnace Coil

2
Coil Ty2pe
CAoil Type A = A-Coil H = SAlab
A = A-Coil H = Slab

3
Coil Configu3ration
CDoil Configuration A = Uncased D = VerDtical
(UPF/DNF) AM==UMnuclatis-Pedoise DH == VHeorrtiizcoanl tal
(UPF/DNF)
M = Multi-Poise
H = Horizontal

4
Refrigerant Ty4pe
Refrig4erant Type
4 = R-410A 4
4 = R-410A

5
Metering Dev5ices
MetXering Devices P = Piston X = TXXV
P = Piston X = TXV

6-7
Unit Cap6a-c7ity
U1n8it Capacity 18/19 = 18k BTU 24/25 =1284k BTU
30/31 = 30k BTU 1386//1397 == 1386kk BBTTUU 2442//2453 == 2442kk BBTTUU 3408//3419 == 3408kk BBTTUU 3660//3671 == 3660kk BBTTUU 42/43 = 42k BTU
48/49 = 48k BTU
60/61 = 60k BTU

8-9
Tubing De8s-i9gn
TubLing Design L = Aluminum
L
L = Aluminum

Power-V Coils

1

2

3

4

5

6-7

Title Power-V Coils

Component 1

Coil Ty2pe

Coil

Refrigerant Metering

Config3uration

Ty4pe

Dev5ices

Unit Cap6a-c7ity

V-Coil & Slope

Product #/Letter Title Descriptions Product #/Letter

CompEonent
E = Furnace CoEil

CVoil Type V = V-Coil
S = SVlope

CDoil Configuration D = Vertical
M = MulDti-Poise

Refri4gerant Type
4 = R-410A
4

MeteXring Devices P = Piston
X = TXXV

U3n6it Capacity 18/19 = 1.5 tons
24/25/2366= 2 tons

Descriptions

E = Furnace Coil

V = V-Coil S = Slope

R = Replacement DH == VHeorrtiizcoanl tal M = Multi-Poise
R = Replacement
H = Horizontal

4 = R-410A

E = EXV P = Piston
X = TXV
E = EXV

30/31 = 2.5 tons 1386//1397/=381.=5 3totnosns 2442//2453/=263.=5 2totnosns 3408//3419/=502.=5 4totnosns 3660//3671/=385 =to3nstons 42/43 = 3.5 tons
48/49/50 = 4 tons

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice or without incurri6n0g/o6b1lig=a5tiotonns.s

8-9
Tubing De8s-i9gn
TuMbing Design M = Power-V
M
M = Power-V

10
Cabinet Wi1d0th
Ca1b7inet Width 14 = 14.2" wide 17 = 171.57" wide 21 = 21" wide 1244 == 1244..25"" wwiiddee 17 = 17.5" wide 21 = 21" wide 24 = 24.5" wide

11
Major Se1ri1es
MaAjor Series A = Revision
A
A = Revision

10
Cabinet Wi1d0th
Ca1b7inet Width 14 = 14.2" wide 17 = 171.57" wide 21 = 21" wide 1244 == 1244..25"" wwiiddee 17 = 17.5" wide 21 = 21" wide 24 = 24.5" wide

11
Major Se1ri1es
MaAjor Series A = Revision
A
A = Revision

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Heating and Cooling Products
Pre-2023
FCM Variable-Speed VCA Motor

Fan Coil Roadmap

Deluxe

2023

FCM Variable-Speed VCA Motor

FVM Two-Stage VCA Motor

Mid-Tier

FVM Two-Stage VCA Motor

FXM4X Single-Stage FCT-5 Motor
FEM4X Single-Stage FCT-5 Motor
FEM4P Single-Stage FCT-5 Motor

Entry

FJM Single-Stage FCT-5 Motor

Fan Coils
Title
Product #/Letter Descriptions

1

2

3

Unit

Type

Position

F

V

M

F = Fan Coil

V = Variable-Speed
C = Communicating ECM
J = ECM Five-Speed

U = Upflow M = Multi-Poise

4
Major Series
A
A - Z

5
Refrigerant Type 4
4 = R-410A

6 7
Metering Device
X
X = TXV

8
Nominal Cooling Capacity
24
18/19 = 18,000 24/25 = 24,000 30/31 = 30,000 36/37 = 36,000 42/43 = 42,000 48/49 = 48,000 60/61 = 60,000

9

10

Coil Type

Feature

L

0

L = Aluminum

0

11
Cabinet Width
B
A = 14" B = 17" C = 21" D = 24"

12
Sales Code
A
A

Motor Key: VCA = Variable-Speed Constant Airflow Motor | FCT = Fixed-Speed Constant Torque Motor

Multifamily Fan Coils

1

2

3

4

5

6 7 8 9

10

11

Heating and Cooling Products

Fan Coil Roadmap
- Multifamily -

Pre-2023

Fan Coils
Title
Product #/Letter Descriptions

1 Unit
F F = Fan Coil

FMA4X Single-Stage FCT-5 Motor
FMA42P SingTleyp-eStage PSC Motor
V
FMC/U4Z V S= iVnagrialebl-eS-Stpaegede C F=CCECoTmM-5muMniocattoinrg J F= EMCMCF/iUve4-SXpeed
Single-Stage PSC Motor

3
Position
M U = Upflow M = Multi-Poise

Multifamily
No Change

4
Major Series
A
A - Z

5
No Change
Refrigerant Type

6 7
Metering Device

4
No Change
4 = R-410A

X X = TXV

No Change

2023

FMA4X Single-Stage FCT-5 Motor

8 FMA4P 9

NomCinapalaCciotyoSPliiSnngCglMe-oSttoaCrgoiel Type

24

L

FMC/U4Z

18/19 = 18,0S0i0ngle-SLt=aAglueminum

24/25 = 24,0F0C0 T-5 Motor
30/31 = 30,000

36/37 42/43

= =

3462,,00F00M00 C/U4X

48/49 = 48,0S0i0ngle-Stage

60/61 = 60,0P00SC Motor

10 Feature
0 0

11
Cabinet Width
B
A = 14" B = 17" C = 21" D = 24"

12
Sales Code
A
A

Multifamily Fan Coils
Title
Product #/Letter Descriptions

1 Unit
F F = Fan Coil

2 Type M M = Multifamily

3
Installation Type
U
U = Uncased C = Cased A = Aparment

4
Refrigerant Type 4
4 = R-410A

5

6 7 8 9

10

Metering Device
Z

Nominal Cooling Capacity
2400

Revision A

X = TXV & PSC Motor Z = TXV & ECM Motor

1800 = 18,000 = 1.5 tons 2400 = 24,000 = 2 tons 3000 = 30,000 = 2.5 tons 3600 = 36,000 = 3 tons

A = Marketing Revision

11
Sales Code/ Features L
L = Aluminum Coils

Motor Key: VCA = Variable-Speed Constant Airflow Motor | FCT = Fixed-Speed Constant Torque Motor | PSC = Permanent Split Capacitor

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice or without incurring obligations.

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Heating and Cooling Products
Pre-2023
F97CMN Up to 98% AFUE Modulating Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor F96CTN Up to 96.7% AFUE Two-Stage Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor F95CSU Up to 95% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor
F96VTN Up to 96% AFUE Two-Stage Operation VCT ECM Motor

90% Gas Furnace Roadmap

Ultra-Low NOx

2023

F97CMN Up to 98% AFUE Modulating Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor
F96CTN Up to 96.7% AFUE Two-Stage Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor
F95CSU Up to 95% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor

IonTM System

QuietComfort® Series
F96VTN Up to 96.5% AFUE Two-Stage Operation VCT ECM Motor

N96VSN Up to 96% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Two-Stage Cooling VCT ECM Motor
N95ESN Up to 96% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor
N92ESN Up to 92.1% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor
N95ESU Up to 95% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor

Ultra-Low NOx

N96VSN Up to 96.5% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Two-Stage Cooling VCT ECM Motor
N96MSN Up to 96.5% AFUE Single-Stage Operation MCT-18 ECM Motor
N92MSN Up to 92.1% AFUE Single-Stage Operation MCT-18 ECM Motor
N95MSU Up to 95% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Two-Stage Cooling MCT-18 ECM Motor

Performance Series

R95ESN Up to 96% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor
R92ESN Up to 92.1% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor
R95ESU Up to 95% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor

Ultra-Low NOx

R95MSN Up to 96% AFUE Single-Stage Operation MCT-18 ECM Motor
R92MSN Up to 92.1% AFUE Single-Stage Operation MCT-18 ECM Motor
R95MSU Up to 95% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Two-Stage Cooling MCT-18 ECM Motor

R-Series

90% Gas Furnaces Title

1
Brand Identifier

Product #/Letter

F

Descriptions

F = Deluxe N = Entry/
Generic R = R-Series

2 3
Product Efficiency Level
97
92 = 92% AFUE 95 = 95% AFUE 96 = 96% AFUE 97 = 97% AFUE

4
Motor
C
C = Comm. VS Constant Airflow (VCA) ECM
M = Multi 18-Speed Constant Torque (MCT) ECM
V = VS Constant Torque (VCT) ECM

5
Heating Stages
M
M = Modulating T = Two-Stage S = Single-Stage

6 Feature
N

7 8 9
Heating Input (BTU/H)
060

10 11 Width
14

N = Standard NOx L = Low NOx U = Ultra-Low NOx

026 = 26,000 * 040 = 40,000 * 060 = 60,000 * 080 = 80,000 * 100 = 100,000 * 120 = 120,000 140 = 140,000

14 = 14.2" 17 = 17.5" 21 = 21.0" 24 = 24.5"

* ULN Models Available

12 13
Cooling CFM (100s)
08
08 = 800 10 = 1000 12 = 1200 14 = 1400 16 = 1600 20 = 2000 22 = 2200

14
Major Series
A
A B C D

Heating and Cooling Products

80% Gas Furnace Roadmap

Pre-2023

F80CTL 80% AFUE Two-Stage Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor

F80CS/F80TU* 80% AFUE Single-/Two-Stage Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor

Ultra-Low NOx

* Two-stage communicating model to launch late 2023.

2023
F80CTL 80% AFUE Two-Stage Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor
F80CTU 80% AFUE Two-Stage Heating Variable-Speed Cooling VCA ECM Motor

Ion System

QuietComfort Series

F80VTL 80% AFUE Two-Stage Operation VCT ECM Motor

F80VTL 80% AFUE Two-Stage Operation VCT ECM Motor

N80VSL 80% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Two-Stage Cooling VCT ECM Motor
N80ESN 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor
N80ESL 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor
N80ESU 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor
R80ESN 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor
R80ESL 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor
R80ESU 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation FCT-5 ECM Motor

Ultra-Low NOx Ultra-Low NOx

N80VSL 80% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Two-Stage Cooling VCT ECM Motor
N80MSN 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation MCT-18 ECM Motor
N80MSL 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation MCT-18 ECM Motor
N80MSU 80% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Two-Stage Cooling MCT-18 ECM Motor

Performance Series

R80MSN 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation MCT-18 ECM Motor
R80MSL 80% AFUE Single-Stage Operation MCT-18 ECM Motor
R80MSU 80% AFUE Single-Stage Heating Two-Stage Cooling MCT-18 ECM Motor

R-Series

80% Gas Furnaces

1

Title

Brand Identifier

Product #/Letter

F

Descriptions

F = Deluxe N = Entry/
Generic R = R-Series

2 - 3 Product Efficiency Level
80
80 = 80% AFUE

4
Motor
C
C = Comm. VS Constant Airflow (VCA) ECM
M = Multi 18-Speed Constant Torque (MCT) ECM
V = VS Constant Torque (VCT) ECM

5
Heating Stages
T
M = Modulating T = Two-Stage S = Single-Stage

6
Feature
L N = Standard NOx L = Low NOx U = Ultra-Low NOx

7 - 8 - 9
Heating Input (BTU/H)
060
040 = 40,000 * 045 = 45,000 060 = 60,000 * 070 = 70,000 080 = 80,000 * 090 = 90,000 100 = 100,000 * 110 = 110,000 135 = 135,000 155 = 155,000
* ULN Models Only

10 - 11
Width
14
14 = 14.2" 17 = 17.5" 21 = 21.0" 24 = 24.5"

12 - 13
Cooling CFM (100s)
08
08 = 800 10 = 1000 12 = 1200 14 = 1400 16 = 1600 20 = 2000 22 = 2200

14
Major Series
A
A B C D

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice or without incurring obligations.

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Heating and Cooling Products

Small Packaged Product Roadmap

Pre-2023
PGR5 Year-Round Air Conditoner Up to 16.0 SEER Two-Stage Operation
PAR5 Packaged Air Conditioner Up to 16.0 SEER Two-Stage Operation PHR5 Packaged Heat Pump Up to 16.0 SEER Two-Stage Operation PGS4 Year-Round Air Conditoner Single-Stage Operation PDS4 Dual-Fuel Single-Stage Operation
PGD4 Year-Round Air Conditoner Single-Stage Operation
PAD4 Packaged Air Conditioner Single-Stage Operation
PDD4 Dual-Fuel Single-Stage Operation
PHD4 Packaged Heat Pump Single-Stage Operation

2023

PGR5 Year-Round Air Conditoner Up to 16.0 SEER Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Two-Stage Operation
PAR5 Packaged Air Conditioner Up to 16.0 SEER Two-Stage Operation PHR5 Packaged Heat Pump Up to 16.0 SEER Two-Stage Operation
Obsolete

QuietComfort® Series

Obsolete

Note: All QuietComfort models at 15.2 SEER2 based on preliminary ratings - subject to change.

PGD4*

Performance Series

Year-Round Air Conditoner

Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger

Single-Stage Operation

PAD4* Packaged Air Conditioner Single-Stage Operation

PDD4*
Dual-Fuel Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Single-Stage Operation

PHD4* Packaged Heat Pump Single-Stage Operation

Note: All Performance models at 13.4 SEER2 based on preliminary ratings - subject to change.

Manufactured Housing

PAJ4 Packaged Air Conditoner Single-Stage Operation
PHJ4 Packaged Heat Pump Single-Stage Operation

PAJ4* Packaged Air Conditoner Single-Stage Operation
PHJ4* Packaged Heat Pump Single-Stage Operation

Small Packaged Products Title
Product #/Letter Descriptions

1 Unit
P P = Package

2
Type
A
A = AC H = HP D = Dual Fuel G = Gas/Electric

3
Tier
D
D = Standard J = Dedicated
Horizontal R = Mainline
Up to 16 SEER

* Aluminum standard indoor coil

4
SEER
4 4 = 14 5 = 15

5 6
Cooling BTU
24
24 = 24K/2 Tons 30 = 30K/2.5 Tons 36 = 36K/3 Tons 42 = 42K/3.5 Tons 48 = 48K/4 Tons 60 = 60K/5 Tons

7 8 9
Heating BTU
060
000 = N/A 040 = 40K 060 = 60K 090 = 90K 115 = 115K 120 = 120K 130 = 127 to 130K

10
Voltage
K
K = 208/230-1-60 H = 208/230-3-60 L = 460-3-60

11 12
Factory Installed Option
00
00 = No Options GC = Low Cab Air
Leakage + Tin-Plated Cu Evap Tubes TP = Tin-Plated Evap Tubes LW = Low Cabinet Air Leakage

13
Feature Code
0
0 = Standard 1 = Low NOx 2 = Ultra-Low
NOx

14
Major Series
K
K

Heating and Cooling Products

Small Packaged Product Roadmap
- Low NOx and Ultra-Low NOx -

Pre-2023

2023

PGR5 Year-Round Air Conditoner Two-Stage Operation
PGS4 Year-Round Air Conditoner Single-Stage Operation
PDS4 Dual-Fuel Sngle-Stage Operation

Low NOx

PGR5

QuietComfort Series

Year-Round Air Conditoner

Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger

Two-Stage Operation

Obsolete

Obsolete

PGD4 Year-Round Air Conditoner Single-Stage Operation
PDD4 Dual-Fuel Single-Stage Operation

Performance Series
PGD4* Year-Round Air Conditoner Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Single-Stage Operation
PDD4* Dual-Fuel Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Single-Stage Operation

PGR5 Year-Round Air Conditoner Two-Stage Cooling Single-Stage Heating
PGS4 Year-Round Air Conditoner Two-Stage Cooling Single-Stage Heating

Ultra-Low NOx

QuietComfort Series
PGR5 Year-Round Air Conditoner Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Two-Stage Cooling Single-Stage Heating
Obsolete

Performance Series

PGD4 Year-Round Air Conditoner Single-Stage Operation

PGD4*
Year-Round Air Conditoner Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Single-Stage Operation

Heating and Cooling Products
A Proud Member of the Carrier Family

* Aluminum standard indoor coil
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice or without incurring obligations.
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Heating and Cooling Products

Notes

Heating and Cooling Products

Notes

Heating and Cooling Products A Proud Member of the Carrier Family

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice or without incurring obligations.
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2023 SPLIT SYSTEM COMPLIANCE Heating and Cooling Products F O R E X I S T I N G I N V E N T O R Y

New DOE Minimum Efficiency Requirements Beginning January 1, 2023, the DOE is increasing the minimum efficiencies for central air conditioners and heat pumps.

· For air conditioners in the North,
the minimum efficiency will increase from 13.0 to 14.0 SEER under today's M test procedure

·For air conditioners in the South,
the minimum efficiency will increase from 14.0 to 15.0 SEER under today's M test procedure

· The national heat pump minimum
efficiency will increase from 14.0 to 15.0 SEER under today's M test procedure

Compliance for Existing Split System AC Inventory
Split system AC equipment manufactured prior to December 31,2022, can be installed in the South or Southwest Regions after January 1, 2023, if the units meet the following requirements:

1 If the model is discontinued by Tempstar, the least efficient coil-only SEER rating,
as listed on the EnergyGuide label, must be greater than or equal to the following:

< 45,000 Btu

 45,000 Btu

15.0 SEER

14.5 SEER

If the EnergyGuide label includes a range for the least efficient SEER rating, the lower SEER rating should be used

SEER ratings sourced from Federal Register Vol. 82, No. 4, page 1615

2 If the model will continue to be sold by Tempstar after January 1, 2023, existing
inventory can be sold if its EnergyGuide label shows a least efficient SEER rating that meets the requirements in the table above and the active published SEER2 rating exceeds 14.3.
Note: Tempstar is updating EnergyGuide labels on these products before the compliance date to minimize the amount of inventory that carries over into 2023 with Appendix M EnergyGuide labels.

3 In the Southwest region, the equipment must also meet the following EER
requirements:

> 15.0 but < 16.0 SEER

< 45,000 Btu 12.2 EER

 45,000 Btu 11.7 EER

 16.0 SEER 10.2 EER

Note: For additional information, visit https://www.energy.gov/gc/legal-resources/office-assistant-general-counsel-enforcement/regional-standards-enforcement

Can I install an air conditioner that was manufactured before 2023 after the January 1, 2023, deadline?
The chart below will help you get your answer depending on the region where your business is located. Check the EnergyGuide labels on your current air conditioner inventory against this chart and be sure to look for the lowest coil-only SEER rating on the label.

SOUTHWEST REGION
No, unless EnergyGuide label says:

AC

SEER EER

Split < 45k BTU 15.0 12.2

Split  45k BTU 14.5 11.7

U.S. Government

Federal law prohibits removal of this label before consumer purchase.

Central Air Conditioner Cooling Only Split System

XYZ Corporation Model NH65

Efficiency Rating (SEER)*
15.0

13.4 Least Efficient

19.0 Most Efficient

Range of Similar Models * Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio

For energy cost info, visit productinfo.energy.gov

Notice Federal law allow this unit to be installed in all U.S. states and territories.

Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER): This unit's EER2 is 12.2.

NORTH REGION Yes

SOUTHEAST REGION

No, unless

EnergyGuide label says:

AC

SEER

Split < 45k BTU 15.0

Split  45k BTU 14.5

U.S. Government

Federal law prohibits removal of this label before consumer purchase.

Central Air Conditioner Cooling Only Split System

XYZ Corporation Model NH65

Efficiency Rating (SEER)*
15.0

13.4 Least Efficient

19.0 Most Efficient

Range of Similar Models * Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio

For energy cost info, visit productinfo.energy.gov

Notice Federal law allows this unit to be installed only in:

AK, AL, AR, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IA, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WV, WI, WY, and U.S. territories.
Federal law prohibits installation of this unit in other states.
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER): This unit's EER2 is 10.5.

Installation allowed

Existing Model Sell Through Eligibility in the South

Pre-2023 Model Installation After January 1, 2023

Tempstar

Southeast Southwest North

TVA9**

Yes*

Yes*

Yes

Deluxe

TCA7

No

No

Yes

TSA6

No

No

Yes

TSA5

No

No

Yes

N4A7

No

No

Yes

NH4A4

No

No

Yes

N4A6

No

No

Yes

Mid

NXA6

No

No

Yes

N4A5

No

No

Yes

N4A4

No

No

Yes

NXA4

No

No

Yes

N4A3

No

No

Yes

R-Series

R4A5

No

No

Yes

R4A4

No

No

Yes

R4A3

No

No

Yes

* N ote: Tempstar is updating EnergyGuide labels on these products before the compliance date to minimize the amount of inventory that carries into 2023 with Appendix M EnergyGuide labels.
** Odd sizes qualify for the SW; Even sizes qualify for the SE and N.

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