Automatic gate and door opening systems
Requirements for today’s automatic door opening systems
Sliding doors, gates, garage doors, and shutters: these are just a few examples on a growing list of things requiring automatic door opening systems in home and industrial settings. In particular, the harsh exterior environment, including temperature extremes and humidity, presents design challenges. Furthermore, you must consider user safety features, such as anti-pinch, and security features. Ideally, your automatic door opening system design should be free of audible noise.
Automatic door opening and closing system diagram
Robust and reliable solutions from Infineon
To overcome challenges common to an automatic door opening and closing system, refer to Infineon’s broad portfolio of scalable products and solutions. Our offer accommodates a wide range of requirements, regardless of voltage or power. Along with us, you can create compact, efficient noise-free designs that are as robust as they are reliable. Our product offer includes integrated protection and diagnostic features, such as current sensing, as well as innovative sensor solutions for index counting. Today connectivity is a hot topic and our easy-to-integrate security offer preps your designs for integration into smart homes. We are also your one-stop shop for sensors, microcontrollers and power ICs. Browse our solutions to find the best solution for your automatic door opening system design.
Power and Sensing Selection Guide 2018
00_00 | Feb 19, 2018 | PDF | 23.91 mb
Infineon’s solutions for automatic opening systems
01_00 | Jan 28, 2016 | PDF | 410 kb
01_18 | Jan 08, 2018 | PDF | 1.42 mb
Sensor Solutions for Automotive, Industrial and Consumer Applications
01_00 | May 01, 2015 | PDF | 6.12 mb
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