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Johnson Controls Announces ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2014 Designation for Coleman Furnaces

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Johnson Controls, Inc.

5757 N. Green Bay Ave., Milwaukee, WI, 53201, USA

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Johnson Controls Announces ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2014 Designation for Coleman Furnaces

Press release date: August 21, 2014

MILWAUKEE — Coleman Echelon CP9C modulating gas-fired furnaces and select LX Series furnaces from Johnson Controls, a global multi-industrial company, have been selected as ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient 2014 when combined with the Residential Communicating Control.

The ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2014 designation recognizes the most efficient products among those that qualify for ENERGY STAR. The exceptional products represent the leading edge in energy efficient products this year.

In order to be named ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2014, product features must include:

• Annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) of 97% or higher
• Two-way communications with the system controller
• Automated configuration Thermostat or other control device with a user interface that can be located in the conditioned space
• Fault code transmission to the indoor controller

In addition, Echelon CP9C and LX Series furnaces fulfill the recommendation that the control device translates diagnostic and setup information into plain text and provides access to outside temperature data.

These ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2014 Coleman furnaces are included on the ENERGY STAR website.

For more information about Coleman products, visit www.colemanhvacdealer.com.

For reader inquiries:
Steve Hoffins
Director of Marketing
Unitary Products
Johnson Controls
507 E. Michigan Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 524-5487
steven.c.hoffins@jci.com

For more information:
Kari Pfisterer
Johnson Controls
414-524-4017
Email: Kari.B.Pfisterer@jci.com

Coleman (JCI-UP)
5757 N. Green Bay Ave.
P.O. Box 591
Milwaukee, WI 53202
United States

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