Energy harvesting for wireless networks
EH300 and EH301 Epad energy harvesting modules from Advanced Linear Devices Inc. capture, accumulate, and store power from a variety of sources and supply it to wireless sensor networks, remote controls, and other applications.
EH300 and EH301 Epad energy harvesting modules from Advanced Linear Devices Inc. capture, accumulate, and store power from a variety of sources and supply it to wireless sensor networks, remote controls, and other applications. Module is designed to make energy harvesting a reliable and long-lasting power source and free applications from battery or ac sources. It accepts energy from an assortment of waste energy sources and stores it to power conventional 1.8- and 5-V electrical circuits and systems, such as wireless sensor networks designed to the ZigBee standard. Modules are self powered and always in the active mode.
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