Energy Harvesting

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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

Perpetuum Announces Intelligent Energy Harvester Power Module

Perpetuum in a collaborative partnership with Emerson Rosemount announces the availability of an Intelligent Energy Harvester power module option for Emerson Rosemount 3051S Smart Wireless transmitters.
4th October 2012

steute selects Energy Micro’s EFM32 Tiny Gecko for use in energy harvesting enabled wireless switch

Energy Micro today announced that steute GmbH has chosen the EFM32 Tiny Gecko microcontroller to power its RF95 radio position switch. Designed for use in battery powered and energy harvesting applications, the RF95 uses low-energy wireless technology, aimed at building and factory automation applications.
26th September 2012


Energy Harvesters Increase Update Rates on Wireless Instruments

At the ISA Automation Week in Orlando, Perpetuum will show how their Vibration Energy Harvesters can eliminate the need for battery replacement even at data collection update rates faster than 5 seconds. For a long time harvesters have been recognised as the way to eliminate battery changes thus avoiding the cost, disruption and logistical challenges associated with replacing batteries in Wireless Sensor Networks.
24th September 2012

STMicroelectronics Unlocks Extra Solar Energy with Cool bypass Devices

STMicroelectronics has today unveiled its latest-generation high-efficiency cool bypass switches family for photovoltaic modules, enabling an even higher percentage of harvested energy to reach end users and further reducing the cost per Watt of renewable energy. Boasting the industry’s smallest dimensions, ST’s bypass devices can be integrated directly in the photovoltaic module, reducing both installation complexity and cost for consumers.
5th September 2012

Perpetuum makes Significant Energy Harvesting Process with NanoKTN Support

NanoKTN is today pleased to reveal the significant progress that one of its members, Perpetuum, has made in the energy harvesting market. At a recent workshop hosted by the NanoKTN as part of S2K 2012, Perpetuum provided an update on the energy harvesting market and the breakthroughs it is making.
14th August 2012

Saft provides smart battery storage for Schüco’s intelligent solar energy management solution

Saft is providing Lithium-ion based smart storage solutions for Schüco's innovative Energy Manager in-building PV energy storage system. The new system, on show at Intersolar 2012, will be made commercially available this summer.
6th July 2012

Saft and Nedap cooperation brings effective storage and self-consumption to domestic solar energy systems

Saft and Nedap are presenting the first commercially available system to result from their cooperation in photovoltaic energy storage at Intersolar 2012. The new system, shipping in August, combines Nedap’s PowerRouter solar inverter with Saft’s state-of-the-art Synerion lithium-ion battery modules.
6th July 2012

Saft presents smart Li-ion energy storage solutions for centralized and distributed PV systems

Saft is presenting its broad portfolio of smart lithium-ion energy storage solutions at Intersolar 2012. Visitors to Booth 271 in Hall B3 can see how effective energy storage at every level from megawatts to kilowatts offers important performance, reliability and Total Cost of Ownership benefits across the entire solar energy supply chain.
6th July 2012

ROHM Introduces Guidepost CellLocation Detection Infrastructure Energy-Harvesting DSC

ROHM, in collaboration with Ritsumeikan University and Information Services International – Dentsu, Ltd., recently announced Guidepost Cell, a unique indoor location detection infrastructure that supplies highly precise positional data to smartphones and other mobile devices to determine a user’s location inside buildings, underground malls and other interior areas using low-power 802.11-compliant wireless beacon protocol.
7th June 2012


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