Control over the safe and proper ignition and gas supply of a gas burner is accomplished with the burner control unit. The burner control unit receives ignition instructions from a central control unit, detects gas pressure and controls the gas valve to maintain optimal gas pressure, and monitors safety through ignition spark control and temperature detection.
Our 8/16-bit microcontrollers are ideally suitable for the A/D conversion and spark control necessary for temperature detection and gas pressure detection applications.
System Block Diagram
|Valve control||MCU||78K0/Kx2||8-bit All Flash microcontroller: wealth of on-chip peripheral functions such as a reset circuit and on-chip oscillator; low power consumption, 30 to 80 pins|
|78K0S/Kx1+||8-bit All Flash microcontroller: wealth of on-chip peripheral functions such as a reset circuit and on-chip oscillator,10 to 30 pins|
|R8C Family||Timer, 5 V operation, and small package|
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