Eliminate the need for disposable batteries with an indoor light power
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Eliminate the need for disposable batteries with an indoor light power

Epishine has developed a solar cell optimized for indoor use. The light energy harvesting (LEH) modules are optimized to convert light from indoor lighting into enough energy to power small electronic devices. The LEH module is only 0.2mm thick, making it straightforward to fit into...

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ELSYS is launching ERS Eco, a battery-free sensor line powered by Epishine’s indoor solar cells.
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ELSYS is launching ERS Eco, a battery-free sensor line powered by Epishine’s indoor solar cells.

Industry leading LoRaWAN sensor provider ELSYS is launching their first battery-free products using Epishine’s indoor light energy harvesting solution. The environmentally friendly sensor line is launching two sensor types called ERS Eco and ERS Eco CO2. They are entirely powered by...

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New LG NeON 2 ACe Solar Module Features Integrated 320 W Microinverter
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New LG NeON 2 ACe Solar Module Features Integrated 320 W Microinverter

LG Electronics USA is introducing the LG NeON® 2 ACe, the latest AC solar module featuring LG's own integrated microinverter designed for easy installation, monitoring and use. The new addition to LG's best-selling NeON 2 lineup, available now, builds on LG's extensive array of...

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Tiny Solar Energy Module (TSEM)
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Tiny Solar Energy Module (TSEM)

A 1 square inch PCB module with 2 tiny solar cells, a highly efficient Li-Ion charger and with 3.3V and 1.8V output by Jasper Sikken: This is a 1x1 inch PCB module with two tiny solar cells, a highly efficient Li-Ion battery charger and with two regulated outputs (3.3V and 1.8V). It is...

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ATmega32U4-Based Synchronous MPPT Buck Solar Charger
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ATmega32U4-Based Synchronous MPPT Buck Solar Charger

You want to maximize the power output of your solar panel? Then you need a maximum power point tracking charge controller! Source files here. Features: Programmable with Arduino IDE Input voltage: 15 - 22V Output voltage: 1 - 14.4V Simple MPPT (Maximum Power Point...

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