Commercial HVAC system
C-HVAC systems for large commercial and industrial buildings – hospitals, hotels, factories or multi-level offices
Economic growth and warmer temperatures are significant drivers for the growing electricity consumption worldwide. C-HVAC systems, serving power ranges from 3 kW to 75 kW, can keep temperatures comfortable, the humidity consistent, and the indoor air quality high. In this context, setting higher efficiency standards for cooling would contribute to cut emissions and reduce costs.
Infineon offers the optimal products for your C-HVAC specially designed for larger commercial and industrial buildings such as hospitals, hotels, factories, or multi-level offices.
The Econo module and Easy module families offer an optimally suited portfolio of solutions for controlling the compressor motor. We would like to emphasize the IGBT7 technology with the brand new Easy 3b package. For smaller capacities of the compressor or fan control, our Intelligent Power Modules (IPMs) and Easy modules offer suitable products. Our new advanced H2S protection is the right answer for the highest requirements in terms of pollutant gas robustness.
Our broad EiceDRIVER™ portfolio scales from basic to advanced functionality. The EiceDRIVER™ compact isolated gate driver family now includes X3 Compact 1ED31xx family, with a Miller clamp or separate output function. The active Miller clamp function is highly recommended for SiC MOSFET 0 V turn off and up to 14 A output current.
For commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning our 32-bit XMC™ industrial microcontrollers based on Arm® Cortex®-M as well as the 32-bit AURIX™ Microcontroller based on TriCore™ offer optimally matched solutions. For Industry 4.0 connectivity, we offer 32-bit Arm® Cortex®-M4 Cortex-M0+ PSoC® 6 microcontrollers in conjunction with OPTIGA™ Trust security solutions. In addition, our high-performance memories for embedded systems offer high flexibility regarding the required memory performance.
The online power simulation program for loss and thermal calculation of Infineon power modules and disk devices.
A three-phase motor drive inverter system is implemented to simulate the power loss and junction temperature of each device at the given static load conditions.
A three-phase motor drive inverter system is implemented to simulate the power loss and junction temperature of each device inside IPM at the given static load conditions.
Webinar: CoolSiC™ - the perfect solution for servo drives
Silicon Carbide MOSFETs are a perfect match for servo drives? That’s right! This special #webinar reveals why compares performance levels of IGBTs versus SiC MOSFETs and explains the benefits of using Infineon’s.XT interconnection technology.
Application presentation: we drive efficiency in drives - our expertise for your optimal drive systems
This detailed presentation will give an overview of the extensive product portfolio for industrial drive applications. The advantages of IGBT 7 technology, as well as Silicon Carbide solutions, are also presented. Everything in one document, including further links.
Whitepaper: the changing face of industrial drives – Infineon’s expertise for your optimal drive systems
The days of overrating a motor for an industrial application and absorbing the increased energy costs, simply to fulfill the desired application lifetime, are over. This whitepaper reviews some of the technologies now available that can bring higher efficiency to low-voltage and robotics.
Industrial drives demonstrator using XENSIV™ magnetic current sensor
Infineon presents its new industrial drives demonstrator using XENSIV™ magnetic current sensor TLI4971 for general purpose drives up to 22 kW including microcontroller, sensor, power module EconoPIM™ 2 & auxiliary power supply
Do you want to know the various topologies you can find in this power conversion stage and their top-level working principle? Get to know the basic concepts of passive and two-level active rectification methods.
Tutorial about how to select reliable and efficient solutions regarding the requirements for industrial drives. We take a look on the key questions of power, voltage, topology, and frequency related to your application.