Energy Harvesting

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Organic Photovoltaic Solar Modules to be Optimised for Energy Harvesting Applications

Solar Press today announced that it is investigating the potential for flexible plastic based OPV modules to be used as a power source for remote, autonomous sensors within buildings – an ‘energy harvesting’ application.
24th April 2013

Control Network Solutions introduces native Niagara AX driver for EnOcean networks

Control Network Solutions has developed an EnOcean Ethernet wireless transceiver driver for Niagara AX. Integrating the CNS-EnOcean driver, Niagara system integrators can use Niagara AX to easily discover and commission EnOcean-based energy harvesting wireless networks.
15th April 2013

New EnOcean software opens door to world of energy harvesting wireless technology

With EnOcean Link, EnOcean has launched the first middleware for energy harvesting wireless technology. OEMs can now integrate EnOcean technology easier and faster into a wide range of applications and systems, such as those in smart homes.
12th April 2013


PSMA Announces Industry Session on Global Commercialization of Energy Harvesting Technology at APEC 2013

The Power Sources Manufacturers Association Energy Harvesting Committee is sponsoring an Industry Session at APEC 2013 titled Forging Ahead: Global Commercialization of Energy Harvesting Technology. The PSMA session will take place on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, from 8:30 AM to noon at the Long Beach CA Convention Center, and will feature seven experts from the commercial and research institute sectors.
16th January 2013

Thermobility Series Power Generators Harvest Waste Heat and Convert to Usable Output DC Power

Laird Technologies has today announced the release of its new Thermobility Series Wireless Power Generator product line. The Thermobility Series are self-contained thin film thermoelectric power generators that harvest waste heat and convert it to usable output DC power.
29th November 2012

eTEG Series Converts Waste Heat To Usable Output DC Power

Laird Technologies has today announced the release of its new eTEG Series Thin Film Energy Harvesting product line. The eTEG Series are thermoelectric power generators that harvest waste heat and convert it in to usable output DC power. Due to their micro scale size and higher output power density, these devices are especially suitable for use in wireless sensors, LED lighting and battery charging applications.
29th November 2012

Yole Développement says “Energy harvesters challenge batteries into wireless sensors”

Yole Développement announces its new analysis “Emerging Energy Harvesting Devices”. In this report, Yole Développement analysts describe why and how emerging energy harvesting devices will be increasingly used in the dynamic wireless sensor business.
31st October 2012

KTNs Urge Businesses To Apply For New Technology Strategy Board Funding

The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Networkin collaboration with the ESP KTN and Materials KTN, is highlighting the commercial opportunities and market growth of energy harvesting applications. The announcement from the NanoKTN follows a new £1m funding initiative from the Technology Strategy Board, which opened on 8th October 2012.
11th October 2012

Fastest batteryless designs with energy harvesting solution kit

Energy Micro, Linear Technology and Würth Elektronik present energy harvesting platform development. The Energy Harvesting Solution To Go-Kit provides a very easy access to energy harvesting technologies which helps developers to apply them in future battery less products.
11th October 2012

ABB’s energy harvesting wireless temperature transmitter ‘could go on forever’

Novel energy harvesting technology from ABB is enabling Robinson Brothers to make remote temperature measurements without the need for a power supply to the transmitter. Combined with WirelessHART communications technology, this eliminates the need for any cabling to the instrument.
9th October 2012


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