HVAC controller

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HVAC controller

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create a differentiated heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) controller design for building management systems with maximum efficiency and lower system power.

Design requirements:

HVAC controller designs often require:

  • New environmental sensors on the same 4-20mA loop.
  • Support for multiple wired and wireless standards.
  • Noise-tolerant capacitive touch human machine interface (HMI) to replace traditional mechanical buttons.
  • Precise motor control of system actuators and valves to increase overall system efficiency.

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More literature Engineering A Smarter Building 28 Jan 2016
White paper Building automation for enhanced energy and operational efficiency (Rev. A) 27 Jul 2017
Technical articles Is your power supply smart enough to be cool 21 May 2015
White paper Smart power opens door to more efficient electrical use 21 Mar 2016
White paper Overcurrent protection enables more efficient and reliable systems 16 May 2016
Technical articles Rapidly scale your connected solutions with the new SimpleLink™ MCU platform 15 Mar 2017
Application note Using MSP on KNX Systems Application Report 15 Apr 2021
White paper Connected microcontrollers essential to automation in buildings (Rev. A) 15 Apr 2021
Technical articles Smart Energy Profile 2.0 featuring ZigBee®, Ethernet, Wi-Fi 13 Jul 2012
Technical articles Wireless infrastructure - Now simpler and more accessible! 05 May 2015

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