Air conditioner indoor unit

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Air conditioner indoor unit

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create highly efficient air conditioner indoor unit systems with advanced motor fan control, accurate environmental sensing and secure wireless connectivity features that meet energy label requirements.

Design requirements:

    Modern air conditioner indoor unit systems require:

  • Variable speed, high-efficiency brushless direct current (BLDC) motor control.
  • Highly-efficient power supply with low standby power.
  • Secure, robust and reliable wireless connectivity.

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White paper TI DLP® Pico™ Technology for smart home applications (Rev. B) 27 Feb 2019
Technical articles Inductive sensing: setting the sensor current-drive without a fancy impedance analyzer 24 Mar 2016
Application note Design and Implementation of Stepper Motor Control Over I2C Communication 21 Dec 2018
Technical articles Frequency references: Crystal oscillator operation and specs 20 Nov 2013
Technical articles Inductive sensing: How far can I sense? 17 Jun 2015
Application note Increasing Power Density With Active Clamp Flyback (UCC28780) 10 May 2022
Technical articles How to get started with current sense amplifiers – part 3 09 Jul 2015

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