HVAC and Consumer Appliances Help Establish Revenue Streams During COVID-19 Pandemic

Pent-up demand and reopening of online and offline channels are likely to boost the growth of the electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market amidst the COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis. Small fans, motion-control systems, and servomotors are gradually gaining increased demand for various end-use cases. However, several people are still focusing on saving money for essential goods, which is likely to inhibit the expansion of the electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market. As such, people are investing in consumer appliances rather than opt for an outdoor vacation or buying a vehicle. This trend is likely to benefit manufacturers of EC (electronically commuted) motors.

Manufacturers are focusing on what consumers have been thinking during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. They are increasing efforts to diversify their supply chains in HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) equipment that helps manufacturers establish stable revenue streams.

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Alternatives to PSC Motors Being Preferred by Refrigeration Manufacturers

The electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market is expected to surpass the revenue of US$ 7.6 Bn by the end of 2030. However, many conventional equipment and appliances are prone to increased energy consumption due to the utilization of outdated technologies. Thus, in order to gain a competitive edge in the market landscape, manufacturers in the electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market are introducing alternatives to traditional shaded-pole or permanent split capacitor (PSC) motors. As such, there is a demand for refrigeration systems that draw reduced electricity usage.

Energy-efficient fans and motors are being designed for demanding applications. For instance, EC Drives— a provider of energy-efficient solutions, is gaining strong business holds in Europe and North America to meet demanding needs of end users. Manufacturers are increasing their production capabilities in brushless DC motors that are supplied to refrigeration manufacturers.

Ecodesign Directives Help Manufacturers Develop Energy-efficient Ventilation Systems

The electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market is slated to register a CAGR of 5.5% during the assessment period. However, it has become crucial for OEMs to comply with the Ecodesign Directives and Building Regulations to increase the availability of energy-efficient products. Manufacturers are adopting the EC technology to develop energy-efficient fans and adhere to industry regulations. They are keeping in mind installation costs and legislative compliance of ventilation systems in order to boost their credibility credentials.

In order to drive energy efficiency in fans, manufacturers in the electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market are taking into consideration specific fan power (SFP), which helps in calculations for total power consumption. They are introducing motors that negate the need for a mains-powered speed controller. Cutting-edge EC motors are serving as alternatives to AC motors in ventilation systems for reducing energy consumption. Moreover, EC motor-controlled fans lead to reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

EC Motors versus PSC Motors: Which is Better for HVAC Applications?

The HVAC industry is witnessing a significant change from PSC to EC motors. There is a need for proper training for HVAC technicians in order to differentiate between the best options for HVAC equipment. Companies in the electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market are increasing their production capacities in products that increase efficiencies of HVAC systems, which improve indoor comfort and operate safely as per OEM specifications. Since the electrical output is not controllable within PSC motors, manufacturers in the electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market are capitalizing on this issue to steer innovations in EC systems.

EC motors are being highly publicized for cost savings since PSC motors have no intermediate speeds, as they are either running at full speed or not running at all. This is why the HVAC industry is switching from PSC motors to EC motors. Other advantages of EC motors involve longer lifespan and increased comfort in HVAC equipment.

Speed Controls and LED Displays in Motors Grab Attention of HVAC Manufacturers

Next-gen EC motors are helping companies in the electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market gain global recognition. For instance, Rosenberg’s Generation 3 EC motor was showcased at the AHR 2020 Innovation Awards competition. Innovative EC motors are being used to drive axial fans and backward curved impellers in settings where power, reliability, and control are critical. In order to gain a competitive edge, companies in the electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market are adopting advanced manufacturing technology to facilitate more motor winding density in systems.

Manufacturers are increasing the availability of speed controllable- and CE, UL-R, and RoHS-approved motors. They are tapping into revenue opportunities by introducing LED displays in motors, which help to inspect the condition and operation of the same. Automatic adjustment to AC and DC voltage is another feature, which is grabbing the attention of end users in the HVAC industry.

EC Motors V/S AC Motors: Which is Better?

Companies in the electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market are adopting advanced motor technologies to develop lightweight systems. Small and silent EC motors are being highly preferred by HVAC manufacturers. These motors are increasingly replacing bulky AC motors that take up a lot of space and block the airflow. Compact designs in EC motors help to save valuable operating space. Their ability to lower power bills is one of the reasons the demand for EC fan motors is surging. Magnetic Innovations— a direct drive motor company basked in Veldhoven, is offering EC motors, which help to reduce energy consumptions and enable cost savings of end users.

More than 90% efficiency of EC motors as compared to AC motors is grabbing the attention of fan manufacturers. Owing to the low energy cost of EC motors, fan manufacturers can enable reliable operations through these systems.

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Electronically Commutated Motors (<5HP) Market: Overview

  • According to Transparency Market Research’s latest research report on the global electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market for the historical period 2018–2019 and the forecast period 2020–2030, electronically commutated motors (<5HP) have gained immense popularity across the globe due to their high efficiency, performance, controllability, and reliability. These factors are expected to boost the global electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market during the forecast period.
  • Electronically commutated motors (<5HP) are electric brushless motors with a permanent magnet situated on the rotor. Electronically commutated motors (<5HP) are durable due to minimum physical contact within moving components. In our scope, we have considered power range, which is less than 5 HP. Moreover, these motors consume less electricity as compared to induction motors and hence, find application in ventilation & refrigeration industry, electric vehicles, cordless tools, industrial engineering, motion control systems, aero-modelling, positioning & actuation systems, radio control cars, etc. The global electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market is expected to grow during the forecast period due to their growing popularity in various end-use industries
  • In terms of revenue, the global electronically commutated motors (<5HP) market is estimated to exceed value of US$ 7.6 Bn by 2030, expanding at a CAGR of 5.5% during the forecast period