A/C and Heat

Thermostats - XL800 Series

Flexible comfort control 
Set your thermostat for seven-day programming you can copy, 24-hour programming or manual operation.

Reliable operation 
Will retain memory, has a real-time clock and changes for Daylight Savings Time.

Memory capabilities 
Your programming function can be stored in permanent memory.

TRANE Deluxe Programmable control specifics 
Every Trane control is packed with high-quality components. Each helps ensure that time after time, your system will provide total comfort your family can rely on. The TRANE XL800 deluxe programmable controls include:

  • Bright back-lit display with interactive touch screen
  • Arm chair programming with removable screen
  • Filter clean/replacement key
  • Programming functions stored in permanent memory
  • Manual or auto changeover
  • Minimum compressor run time
  • 3 - 10 degrees F dead band between heating and cooling set points in the "auto" changeover mode
  • Conventional or adaptive intelligent recovery
  • Min and max heating range
  • Min and max cooling range
  • Daylight savings time key
  • Programmable fan can be programmed in the "on", "auto" or "circulate" mode for each period
  • Vacation/leave program will hold vacation/leave temperature for up to 256 days
  • Five-minute time delay for compressor protection Outdoor temperature display (as an optional accessory for the TAYSENS100A)
  • 5-Year limited warranty

Warranty specifics 
Backed by Trane's industry-leading limited warranty

  • Five-Year Limited Warranty
  • Optional Extended Warranties available. Extended warranties cover labor, and other costs not covered by Manufacturer's Limited Warranty so you are covered for all parts and labor for the lifetime of the warranties.
  • Ask your dealer for full warranty information at time of purchase.

XL800 SERIES 7-DAY COMMUNICATING PROGRAMMABLE COMFORT CONTROL Model Description TCONT900 four-stage heat (gas and electric) and two-stage cool and humidity sensor Potential energy savings may vary depending on your personal lifestyle, system settings, equipment maintenance, local climate, actual construction and installation of equipment, and duct system.


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