Heat pump

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Heat pump

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create advanced residential heat pump systems with high energy-efficiency star ratings and accurate sensing.

Design requirements

Modern residential heat pump system designs often require:

  • Highly efficient, reliable, compact and low external machine interface (EMI) power supply and power factor correction (PFC) solutions.
  • Accurate and robust carbon monoxide sensing and electric leakage monitoring.
  • High efficiency and powerful motor control with enhanced protection.
  • Secure, robust and low-power wireless connectivity.

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Technical articles Design an EMC-compliant interface to motor position encoders – Part 4 28 Sep 2015
Technical articles What are you sensing? Pros and cons of four temperature sensor types 26 Aug 2015
Technical articles Trends in building automation: connected sensors for energy efficiency 17 Feb 2016
Technical articles How to bring the IoT to older buildings with automation technology 13 Aug 2015

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