MATRIX Industries PRMT11-18305-30 Prometheus Energy Harvest Module

MATRIX Industries PRMT11-18305-30 Prometheus Energy Harvest Module

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MATRIX Industries  PRMT11-18305-30 Prometheus Energy Harvesting Module converts thermal energy between small temperature gradients into useful electrical output, enabling users to power a device or recharge a battery or supercapacitor. The PRMT11-18305-30 integrates a Gemini Thermoelectric Generator (TEG) with a Mercury Energy Harvesting Boost Converter. This patented technology ensures perfect electrical impedance matching between the TEG and its companion Boost Converter.

The MATRIX Industries PRMT11-18305-30 Prometheus Energy Harvesting Module is offered in an 18.0mm x 30.0mm x 5.1mm form factor.

Features

  • Combines a high-performance TEG with a highly efficient energy harvesting boost converter
  • Starts up from a temperature difference as low as 0.5°C
  • Wide range of thermal impedances for a variety of applications
  • Add a heat sink and mount it to a heat source
  • Electrical impedance matching
  • No additional charger circuitry
  • Works with a variety of battery types

Applications

  • Wearables and watches
  • IoT devices
  • Sensor networks
  • Wireless transmitters
  • Battery chargers

Specifications

  • 37K/W thermal resistance
  • 26mW cold-start heat flow
  • 2V to 5V maximum VOUT
  • 35.7°C source-ambient temperature difference
  • 58.7°C source temperature at TAMB = +23°C
  • +1°C cold-start temperature difference
  • 0MPa to 150Mpa compression range
  • -40°C to +85°C cold side operating temperature range
  • +150°C maximum hot side temperature
  • -55°C to +120°C storage temperature range
  • -0.5V to 7V VOUT voltage to GND
  • -2kV to 2kV Electrostatic discharge (ESD) for Human Body Model (HBM) according to ANSI/ESDA/JEDEC JS-001-2014
  • 18.0mm x 30.0mm x 5.1mm form factor

more information: https://www.matrixindustries.com/prometheus

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