Whether you are designing a simple thermostat or a smart thermostat complete with intuitive human machine interface (HMI) and secure wireless connectivity, our reference designs and integrated circuits help you address complex challenges and deliver what is next in thermostat design.
Modern thermostat designs often require:
- Accurate measurement of room temperature despite localized heat generation.
- Multiple power rails and requirement of high efficiency to reduce localized heat.
- Replace electromechanical relay with solid state relays to eliminate clicking noise.
- Intuitive HMI design within space constraints.
- Integrated wireless security.
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