AVPTC24B14

$ 830.00 $ 990.00

The Goodman Brand AVPTC Multi-Position, Variable-Speed Air Handler includes a variable-speed ECM motor to help eliminate the cold blast of air upon heating start-up. The constant low speed fan run option helps to maintain temperature throughout the household. State of the art variable speed technology.

Standard Features:

  • Compatible with the ComfortNet™ Communicating System family of products
  • Maximum four low-voltage wires required for operation in communicating mode
  • Auto configuration of the airflow and tonnage in communicating mode
  • In non-communicating mode, up to 12 field-selectable airflow settings can be adjusted to optimize the system’s CFM for each individual mode of operation
  • R-410A refrigerant-compatible
  • Factory-installed thermal expansion valves for cooling and heat pump applications
  • Variable-speed ECM blower motor
  • All-aluminum evaporator coil
  • Provides constant CFM over a wide range of static pressure conditions independent of duct system
  • Provides adjustable low CFM for efficient fan-only operation
  • CFM indicator with front-panel sight glass
  • Improved humidity control and comfort
  • Compatible with variable-capacity heat pumps and cooling applications
  • Built-in coil has horizontal, vertical, and downflow drain pans with secondary drain connections
  • AHRI Certified; ETL Listed

  • Cabinet Features:

  • Fully insulated, painted steel cabinet with attractive Architectural Gray finish
  • Compact, versatile upflow, downflow, or horizontal multi-position installations
  • Low-voltage cabinet connections; control circuit is arranged to permit staging
  • Power supply on top; low-voltage entry on top or side
  • Cabinet air leakage less than 2.0% at 1.0 inch H2O when tested in accordance with ASHRAE standard 193
  • Cabinet air leakage less than 1.4% at 0.5 inch H2O when tested in accordance with ASHRAE standard 193
  • Foil-faced insulation is glued in place and covers the entire blower case to reduce operating sound and cabinet condensation