Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) motor control solutions enable intelligent monitoring of HVAC motors for increased efficiency and predictive maintenance. Our reference designs and integrated circuits help you create HVAC motor control designs to meet standard energy conservation requirements.
HVAC motor control designs require:
- Accurate current and voltage measurement through current transformers.
- Battery-powered wireless motor diagnostics.
- Energy efficient power-tree designs.
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