Google has unveiled the new Bosch heat pumps, and now you can buy them.
The Bosch system uses a single Bosch pump that sits in the rear of the heat pump.
A sensor located at the bottom of the pump reads temperature and pressure.
When the pump’s sensor reads an open-circuit temperature, Bosch says the system shuts off the heat.
The Bosch Cooler, which comes with the heat pumps comes with an electronic sensor that also reads the open-source temperature and pressures.
The coolers are powered by Bosch’s new Boscam system, which is powered by a Bosch-designed, 100-watt, 120V AC generator.
The Cooler has been designed to work in conjunction with the Bosch AC system.
You can see the Boscam Cooler in action at CES 2018, below.
“With the new Cooler and the Boschi heat pumps and Cooler Heat Pump system, Bosches first-of-its-kind heat pump can provide heat to the front of the car, the passenger compartment and the rear seat for up to 5 hours, which makes it perfect for the hottest, most demanding of climates,” Bosch said in a statement.
The Cooler uses Bosch technology that was originally developed for the Volkswagen GTI and GTI Wagon, according to Bosch.
The company said the new coolers will be available from March 2019 through the end of the year.