Revolutionary Motor Design. Unparalleled Efficiency. Innovative Controls.
QM Power’s innovative design is the biggest breakthrough in motor technology in more than 50 years. QM Power products deliver unparalleled energy savings.
Ground-breaking technology that returns money to your bottom line.
Introducing the industry’s highest efficiency, highest power factor, money-saving electric fan motor for refrigeration and HVAC applications. Q-Sync circuitry operates the motor at the same frequency as the AC power line and eliminates the AC to DC power conversions from its circuit (no AC-to-DC rectifier, no DC link, and no DC-to-AC inverter).
Breakthrough efficient brushless electromagnetic technology for impressive cooling and reliability.
Innovative technology with both permanent and electromagnets on the stator with a magnet-free rotor. For use in high power density applications like Electric Vehicles (EVs) and other High Torque and High-speed applications including Micro-Mobility, Aviation, Medical Devices.
Why We’re Doing This
Using Q-Sync® technology instead of Electronically Commutated Motors (ECMs) would be the energy equivalent of taking ONE of every TWO motors off the grid. Using Q-Sync® technology instead of shaded pole motors would be the equivalent of taking FOUR of every FIVE motors off the grid.
Using Q-Sync in HVAC/R fan applications could reduce source energy consumption by as much as one quad or more [annually], with proportional environmental benefits.
Total Energy savings could exceed one quadrillion BTU per year.
Collaborations & Partnerships
QM Power and Purdue University Quantify Impact of Motor Technologies for HVAC System Energy Efficiency
QM Power and Purdue University today announced findings from part one of a two-part study on the impact of QM Power motor technology on the efficiency (SEER) in residential HVAC systems and heat pumps.
QM Power and the SPARK Lab at University of Kentucky shared the combined results of a large-scale, multi-objective design optimization study, and lab testing of a prototype motor designed to meet the ambitious 2025 power density goals set by the US Department of Energy (DOE).