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Electronically Commutated Motors Part 3

Form #: 650-005
Constant-torque indoor blower ECMs were introduced into the residential HVAC industry in 2006 by GE ECM (rebranded Genteq™ in 2009). For the purposes of illustration, this chapter will examine the operation of one particular constanttorque model, the Genteq X13.

Electronically Commutated Motors Part 4

Form #: 650-006
Constant-speed outdoor fan ECMs, designed to be used with split-system condensing units, heat pumps, and package systems of 5 tons or less, were introduced to the residential HVAC industry in 2000 by GE (rebranded Genteq™ in 2009). For purposes of illustration, the first part of this chapter will examine the operation of one particular constant-speed outdoor fan model, the Genteq 142R. The term “constant speed” defines the type or style of ECM and how it is programmed to function. The Genteq 142R provides the energy efficiency and programmability of an ECM with the simplicity of a PSC.

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