Trane ComfortLink II Zoning System

Trane ComfortLink II Zoning System

Trane’s ComfortLink II Zoning system lets you set a schedule based on your home’s unique temperature patterns and control it all from wherever life takes you with the exclusive Nexia system. Every ComfortLink II Control comes with remote “climate access”, allowing you to monitor and control your zoning system through any web-enabled device. ComfortLink II Zoning system Include the following components; Trane ComfortLink II Control (XL1050XL850 and XL824), Wireless and Wired Zone Thermostat/Sensors and Motorized Modulating Dampers. All these work together to monitor temperature and humidity with zoning equipment to perfectly match Trane’s variable-speed indoor unit.

ComfortLink II Control Component Overview

ComfortLink II Controls
The controls used are; XL1050XL850 and XL824 thermostats

Zone Sensors
The sensors used include; ZZSENSAL400 Remote Indoor Temperature Sensor, ZSENS930 temperature and Humidity Sensor and TZONE940 Wired Touchscreen Thermostat/Zone Sensor.

The ZZSENSAL400 Remote Indoor Temperature Sensor monitors temperature within a specific zone, while only allowing temperature adjustments at the Communicating system control. This is ideal for a kid’s room or the hallway. When the sensor indicates the need, heated or cooled air is directed to the necessary zone for unparalleled comfort.
TZONE940 acts both as a sensor and a thermostat letting you monitor and adjust the temperature in one specific zone. This can further share data with the ComfortLink II thermostat which can act as the master zone control ensuring consistent, even comfort in each zone.

In place of the on-board sensor, the ZSENS930 (ZSENS930AW00MA) wireless temperature and humidity sensor can be used to remotely sense temperature and humidity. This may as well be used to sense and display temperature and humidity on the Nexia smart home portal and mobile app. A zone panel such as the ZZONEPNLAC52ZB is used to monitor up to 4 zones whereas the ZZONEEXPAC52ZB Zone Expander expands the maximum number of zones per system to eight. All these work together to provide harmonized comfort in your household.

Sample ComfortLink II Zoning Setup

For custom HVAC solutions, contact our HVAC Controls Engineering team for assistance or learn more on our HVAC Controls website.

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