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Dometic, Micro-air, A/c Fx-maxx Control Display, Asy-385-x01, Looks Like New on

US $177.00

New Freedom, Pennsylvania, United States

New Freedom, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used Brand:MICRO-AIR Manufacturer Part Number:ASY-385-X01

The FX-Maxx Control Display is Micro-Air's long-standing cabin control standard for both self-contained & split DX systems and for CW air handlers.

Control Display Features:
• Identical look and wall cutout to the original ECU-Maxx and AH-Maxx Control Displays.
• Easy-to-read and bright 7-segment LED display
• Clear, individual mode, fault and fan speed indicator LEDs
• Simple 6-button interface for operation and programming
• Built-in inside temperature sensor
 8-pin RJ-45 Display Interface..
• Black

NOTE: This display has the identical appearance as the ECU/AH-Maxx control display. However, it uses a different display interface cable and is functionally incompatible.

RETURN offered only if unit returned undamaged and it does not work on a FX-MAXX application.  Buy with confidence.  No return for any other reason.  If returned I will re-test on my own FX-MAXX system.

NOTE:  I am selling because I will decorate with a White display instead.  I used this display last season and it works fine.  Many brand names like Dometic, Polar Bay, Mirror, etc. use Micro-Air displays in their A/C systems.

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