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​Introducing the Lennox iComfort S30 Smart Thermostat

Adapts to your life. Perfectly.

Schedules may change. The weather may change. Even the air quality in your neighborhood may change. Introducing the new Lennox iComfort S30 that adapts to your life and to the changing environment to deliver the ultimate comfort, energy savings, and peace of mind.

Lennox ComfortSense 7500 available.

The Lennox ComfortSense 7500 programmable thermostat delivers precise, sophisticated control and multiple energy-saving features. All accessed through a brilliant, modern touchscreen interface.

Features and Benefits

Energy Efficiency

Programable 7-day or 5-day/2-day temperature scheduleversatile programming options offer custom comfort and energy savings

Dual-fuel capabilityincreases the efficiency of dual-fuel heating systems by automatically alternating between gas and electric operation

One-Touch Away Modeturns down heating or cooling with one touch to save energy when no one is home

Energy Reportsshow how often and how long the heating or cooling system has run for the month

Home Comfort

Automatic changeoverdecides between heating and cooling operation, depending on indoor temperature

Smooth Setback Recoveryhelps make sure the temperature in your home is right where you want it, when you want it by starting the heating or cooling up to 2 hours in advance

Humidity Controldesigned to work with the Humiditrol Whole-Home Dehumidification System to adjust the home’s humidity level

Reliable Performance

Touchscreen displayfeatures a large (4.3″) easy to use display with adjustable brightness

Customizable remindersallow you to set a series of service and parts replacement reminders which display on the home screen

Filter Reminderreminds you when its time to change the filter

Outdoor Temperature Displayshows the temperature outside your home (requires optional sensor)

Universal thermostatworks with conventional and heat pump systems, supporting up to four stages of heat and two stages of cooling.
Compatible with Lennox-brand non-communicating equipment and most other brands of heating and cooling equipment

Baso BGN891-1C For Lennox Pulse Furnaces Expected to Arrive Soon at CozyParts

We have been getting a lot of phone calls wanting to know when we were going to get the new Baso Control for Lennox Pulse Furnaces. We expect a shipment the week of January 9th. We are keeping our fingers crossed because we know a lot of HVAC servicers have people customers that are waiting on this part ot arrive. The BGN891-1C is a new product from Baso and is in production now. The BGN891-1C is set up in our online parts catalog and you can view the product detail page by following this link.

We will update when we know more.

Baso Announces Replacement Ignition Control For Lennox Pulse Furnaces

Baso Model BGN891-1C Ignition Control for Lennox Pulse Furnaces
Baso Model BGN891-1C Ignition Control for Lennox Pulse Furnaces
Baso Gas Products LLC has answered the prayers of many Lennox Pulse furnace owners by coming out with a ignition control for use on Lennox’s popular Pulse furnaces. The new Baso Model BGN891-1C is intended to replace the Lennox OEM Ignition control that was discontinued by Lennox in October, 2011. The new control is intended for use on Lennox Pulse model families G14, GSR14, G21, GSR21, G21V and CSR21V., Inc. is a Lennox OEM parts distributor serving customers in North America with Genuine OEM Lennox parts.

Lennox Industries Announces New Line of Healthy Climate Whole House Humidifers

Lennox Industries recently announced the introduction of a NEW, redesigned line of Healthy Climate Whole-Home Humidifiers. The new Healthy Climate Whole-Home Humidifiers work with a central comfort system to provide homeowners with a more comfortable, healthier indoor environment. With three capacities, automatic or manual control options and improved design and durability, you can trust Healthy Climate humidifiers to provide the right whole-home solution.

Designed to easily integrate with existing comfort systems, the new Healthy Climate humidifiers are easier to install. A fixed, side-mounted solenoid valve no longer needs to be changed depending on install side — simply swap the tray, plug and drain locations. Fewer parts on the distribution tray also speeds up installation. A plastic feed tube allows for laminar flow and reduces water noise. Bases and front covers are made with a strong thermoplastic material. And bypass model front covers now include a molded-in top/bottom snap-fit. All this, plus a fresh new look.


Can retrofit ECM motors save money? You bet they can!

General Electric Evergreen ECM Motor

The General Electric Evergreen ECM Motor

A few of the techs here at, Inc. decided to install a new General Electric Evergreen ECM motor in a 10 year old gas furnace. If you’re not familiar with these motors, they are an Electronically Commutated Motor that are intended to replace original OEM PSC motors in air handlers and furnaces. ECM motors are much more efficient than conventional PSC motors. These motors are currently marketed in two models. One is designed to replace 1/4, 1/3 and 1/2 HP blower motors motors and the other is designed to replace 3/4 HP blower motors.

Before the new ECM motor was installed, we used an Alnor air flow hood to verify CFM of the original factory installed PSC motor. We also used a watt/hour meter to measure the power being consumed by the original motor. We recorded CFM and wattages for the cooling mode and the circulation mode for both the original PSC motor and the ECM motor. The results were amazing.

Performance OLD PSC vs NEW ECM motor running at cooling speed:
The original PSC motor developed 1231 CFM resulting in 1.92 CFM per watt.
The replacement ECM motor developed 1220 CFM resulting in 2.74 CFM per watt.
We were impressed. That’s almost a 30% reduction in energy use.

Performance OLD PSC vs NEW ECM running on circulation speed (fan only):
The original PSC motor developed 761 CFM resulting in 2.36 CFM per watt.
The replacement ECM motor developed 724 CFM resulting in 7.78 CFM per watt.
Wow! We measured almost a 70% reduction in energy use. There is one note that we need to add here though. The Evergreen motor has an efficiency “sweet spot” that is designed into the motor specifically for continuous air circulation. We configured the motor to use the high efficiency setting for continuous air circulation. In this example, the savings are impressive.

Ok, the first thing we are going to say here is that we didn’t provide static pressures and a whole lot of documentation. While we did take total external static pressures and compare them to the original engineering specifications for the furnace, this was really only used to confirm that our total CFM was somewhat accurate. This article is more about our attempt to provide some useful information than it is to provide highly accurate test data. Since every installation would be different, highly accurate test data would probably not be that useful in the end. We are not representing the info here as something you can expect on every installation. Your own data may be better or worse.

In this example, the motor would pay for itself in a very short period of time if the motor was being allowed to run all of the time as part of an effort to enhance indoor air quality. We are seeing more and more people that are running the blower on their furnace year around to help with indoor air quality issues. If you compare the difference in price between and installed PSC motor and a ECM motor, the additional investment can be returned quickly in examples such as the one we have provided here. HVAC contractors should definitely consider conversion of PSC motor to ECM motors as part of their service business.

If anyone has done some of their own testing, we would love to hear from you.

Going Green: Purchase soft start heating and cooling systems for “off grid” applications.

With the continued growth of “off grid” electrical systems, appliances that have a high electrical starting current have become a bigger issue for designers of these systems. Off grid solar and generator systems typically have a much smaller peak current capacity than electrical systems that are connected to the power grid. The lower peak current capacity of off grid systems is problematic when it comes to staring high inrush current appliances such as air conditioning, refrigerators and other devices that use electric motors. All of these types of electrical loads typically require a much higher current to start than they require once they are running. The higher current requirement of these types of loads requires that off grid systems be sized large enough to handle the large inrush of current required to start loads with a high starting current.

But there is good news. Many manufacturers are not offering “Soft Start” technology that can lower starting current of high starting current appliances by as much as 70%. The soft start technology will allow appliances such as air conditioners to operate on off grid systems and generator systems that previously did not have the ability to provide the high inrush current that these types of loads require.

Main stream manufacturers of heating and cooling systems are now starting to offer soft start technology as a field installed option. If you are planning an off grid or generator system, you will want to make sure you seek out manufacturers that are offering soft start technology.

Lennox SunSource Solar-assisted heating and cooling arriving 2009

The Industry’s First Solar Power-Assisted Heat Pump From Lennox

The Industry’s First Solar Power-Assisted Heat Pump From Lennox

The Industry’s First Solar Power-Assisted Heat Pump. Lennox’ new SunSource Comfort System is the industry’s first practical application of photovoltaic solar technology.

An innovative, affordable renewable-energy resource for environmentally-conscious homeowners

Allows you to reduce your carbon footprint, lower your energy bills and improve the comfort of your home

Patent-pending technology uses a single 190-watt solar panel to generate power for the fan motor that moves air across the unit’s outdoor coil

Reduces energy usage even on days with limited sun exposure

Reduces residential energy consumption during periods of peak demand on the electrical grid

Popular Lennox 53L90 catalog number has changed to 30W33

Lennox has re-packaged the 53L90 ignition control update kit with a newer Honeywell ignition control. The new catalog number is 30W33. The kit still includes a new flame sensor, flame sensor lead, heat shield and other hardware.

Lennox part number 17L9601 now obsolete.

New Lennox 17W82 Control
The Lennox 17L9601 has been replaced with a new part number. The new number is 17W8201.

The 17W8201 is an integrated ignition control and fan control with built in monitoring of the furnace safety controls. The 17L8201 is provided with a new high voltage spark wire.