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    Default Carrier Comfort Zone II

    Anyone know what this box does, its used in a multi zone system. Just want to know its primary function. T-stat?

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    Default Re: Carrier Comfort Zone II

    Not sure but its probably a sensor to detect humidity or temperature. Maybe it provides information to the main control so it can decide when to make adjustments.


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    Default Re: Carrier Comfort Zone II

    Quote Originally Posted by John Dirks Jr View Post
    Not sure but its probably a sensor to detect humidity or temperature. Maybe it provides information to the main control so it can decide when to make adjustments.
    That's kinda what I was thinking also,...thanks John.

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    Default Re: Carrier Comfort Zone II

    What was under the face cover?


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    Default Re: Carrier Comfort Zone II

    whats the name stamped in the bottom corner

    in my house its the humidistat


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    okay maybe it says carrier comfort II


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    Default Re: Carrier Comfort Zone II

    take the cover off and post pic again


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    Default Re: Carrier Comfort Zone II

    Residential Multi-zone by-pass systems have a central logic panel. That would be my guess.


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