Comfy Max intelligently works to maintain your preferred room temperature window. If your room temperature goes above or falls below your predefined range, Comfy Max will adjust the AC's set point (based on your room conditions) to ensure that your room temperature gets back within your preferred range.
There may be instances when Comfy Max sets your AC's temperature to a few degrees above or below your chosen temperature window, but that does not mean your AC will actually heat or cool the room to such a high or low setpoint. As soon as your preferred setpoint of Comfy Max range is reached, the Comfy Max will again change the setpoint on your AC to ensure that heating or cooling is shutdown. The new setpoint can again be out of your preferred window but it will ensure that compressor runs at minimum power while the temperature is within your preferred range.
For instance, let's take an example of the following scenario:
Your preferred room temperature window is between 70 to 75°, and your current room temperature is 72° (which is inside your defined range, and your AC does not need to cool or heat your room). Suppose Comfy Max changes the set point to 80° and sets the AC in Cool mode, it does not mean the AC will start cooling. With these settings in place, the AC’s compressor will stay shutdown, however the fan can either keep circulating the air or may go off depending on your preferred settings.
Please note that in some cases fan may not go off completely even if you have selected it to go off. This can be due to the OEM settings of your AC.
Let's take another example of the following scenario:
Your preferred room temperature window is between 70 to 75°, and your current room temperature is at 77° (which is above your defined range, and the AC needs to cool the room). Suppose Comfy Max changes the set point to 72°, it does not mean the AC will cool the room to bring the room temperature down to 72°. The cooling will be cut off as soon the room temperature reaches 75°, or vice versa in the case of heat.