The controller can be placed in a spot most convenient to you and as it is wired it can’t be easily lost.
The buttons include visual clues and simple instructions.
The unit can be locked at a certain temperature, making the delivery of air conditioning constant and even.
This controller can be used with a variety of Carrier residential and commercial units.
As well as 3 fan speeds micro settings are available within each of these, allowing for more control.
A sleep mode instructs the air conditioner to automatically increase (cooling) or decrease (heating) in increments to save energy but maintain comfort.
These buttons allow for simple and easy operation, which may be useful for older people or those who are sight impaired.
|KJR-120A Wired Controller
|Indoor unit Dimensions (HxWxD) (mm)
|123 x 120 x 18.5
* C = Cooling H = Heating
We have had our two units for nearly twelve years. And in all that time, We have only had very few minor issues. One was just that a bug got into the wiring. They came and cleaned it out and it started working just fine.
It’s been a very reliable system that I use for heat and air conditioning and has been going strong for a lot of years and I’ve only had one repair on it. I would recommend in putting a system in your home as I’ve had good luck with it.
Okay, I read a lot of the posts on this site. I have a Carrier and I have no problems. From reading the posts there is one thing that a lot of people overlooked that can be the cause of most of these problems. The duct work, if it is under-sized, broken, leaking can cause all of these problems. It may not be the system at all. Look at the duct work. In my area 90 percent of the duct work is way under-sized.