MATRIX Industries PRMT11-18305-30 Prometheus Energy Harvest Module
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MATRIX Industries PRMT11-18305-30 Prometheus Energy Harvest Module

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...

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New Energy Harvesting System will Power Wearables using Heat Generated by Your Skin
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New Energy Harvesting System will Power Wearables using Heat Generated by Your Skin

While several advancements in battery technology, thanks to increased research in the field, have driven up the potential and range of applications for wearables, there are some application areas of wearables that are still being hindered by power, with issues ranging from the size of...

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Mercury DC/DC Boost Converters harvest energy from TEGs
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Mercury DC/DC Boost Converters harvest energy from TEGs

MATRIX Industries' nanopower energy harvesting boost converter with microwatt cold-start, input impedance matching, and regulated output MATRIX Industries' Mercury is a family of highly integrated DC/DC boost converters that are ideal for harvesting and managing surplus energy...

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New IC is capable of 100mV cold start, with extended input voltage range
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New IC is capable of 100mV cold start, with extended input voltage range

e-peas has announced the introduction of a new power management IC specifically optimized for energy harvesting from thermal sources in wireless sensors application. Supplied in a space-saving 28-pin QFN package, the AEM20940 is a highly advanced device based on proprietary technology...

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Lightweight Body Heat – Electricity Converter
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Lightweight Body Heat – Electricity Converter

Powering wearable technologies using thermoelectric generators (TEGs) is becoming more efficient. An undergraduate student in North Carolina University, Haywood Hunter, is producing a lightweight and an efficient wearable thermoelectric generator. It generates electricity by making use of...

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