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Energy harvesting engine paired with Bluetooth low energy

Energy harvesting engine paired with Bluetooth low energy
  The energy harvesting engine, from ZF Switches and Sensors, can now be combined with the RSL10 SIP –an ultra-low-power Bluetooth 5 certified System in Package from ON Semiconductor. This enables the switch to be used with the rapidly growing number of applications for Bluetooth Low Energy communications. 
9th November 2018

An alternative to conventional electro mechanical switches

An alternative to conventional electro mechanical switches
  Energy harvesting switches offer a maintenance-free, simple-to-install, long-lifetime alternative to conventional electro mechanical types. By Thomas Boethe, Product Manager, CHERRY Electronic Systems.
6th November 2015

Energy harvesting products are wireless & battery-less

A compact yet powerful energy harvesting generator and a snap-action microswitch and rocker switch will be available from CHERRY in mid-2015.
23rd April 2015


Energy harvesting RF switches suit easy integration

Energy harvesting RF switches suit easy integration
At Southern Manufacturing 2015, on Stand J115, CHERRY has announced that it will show the receiver module used in its energy harvesting wireless switches. The receiver will be available as an RF stamp in the shape of a mini PCB (22x26x4mm), for integration into an existing control system. The module will also be available as an independently housed receiver with connectivity options and its own power supply.
10th February 2015

Evaluation kit targets the 'intelligent factory'

Evaluation kit targets the 'intelligent factory'
Answering the growing industry demand for the 'intelligent factory', an energy harvesting evaluation kit has been introduced by CHERRY. Targeting applications where a complex wire assembly and/or batteries would be inappropriate, the required RF-energy is created by the mechanical actuation of the switch and the data is transmitted wirelessly using RF-technology. The kit eliminates the need for complex and expensive connection systems, resulting in the loss of mainteneance required for batteries and cables.  
9th September 2014


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