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PSC Motor controls

ECM Motor controls

The LA-120 is our Low Ambient head pressure stabilizing control.

This control maintains proper head pressure in cold weather. They are used for air conditioner condenser fans and pump motors in ground source heat pump systems. Often used as a service tool when charging systems in cool weather rather than “tenting” in cool weather.

Available in 120 volt and 240 volt versions

The  FAC-120 is designed for Funace and AirConditioning Control.

This Indoor fan control, regulates the speed of the blower as heating and cooling supply temperatures change. It can be operated in the continuous mode or auto mode. It vastly improves comfort and balance of any HVAC system. It is a must for the maximum efficiency of all IAQ products and for humidity removal during A/C.

Available in 120 volt and 240 volt versions

The HP-120 is desinged for Heat pump control.

There isn’t a heat pump that was ever installed that can’t be vastly improved by the installation of the HP model FanHandler. Heat right away instead of that cold heat pump draft that seems to last forever. This control lowers the balance point temperature and increases heat pump efficiency.

Available in 120 volt and 240 volt versions

The ecMModulator is a full spectrum ecm control.

This control is for all types of equipment. All the abilities of all FanHandler controls contained in one package. The perfect answer to replacing psc motors and modernizing all equipment.

Available in 120 volt and 240 volt versions

ecMModulator 4Z

The ecMModulator 4Z contains all the features of the ecMModulator 4. In addition, it very accurately controls duct pressures in zoned HVAC systems. This control eliminates the need for a crossover duct and pesky bypass dampers, greatly improving the efficiancy of your zone system!

Available in 120 volt and 240 volt versions
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Testimonials

  • Living in South Florida, we keep our windows open all winter to enjoy the fresh air. They were open one Saturday in April of 2001 when we decided it was time to turn on the air conditioning. The temperature inside was 90 and it was very humid. My wife and I were in shorts and T-shirts and our clothes were dripping wet.

    My business is the distribution of products to improve indoor air quality. I had purchased a FanHandler six months earlier because I was interested in distributing the product, but it had never got any farther than my desk. On that day I decided to install it as long as we were firing up the central air.

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