At Sensors Expo 2016, Robert Andosca, co-founder, President and CEO of MicroGen Systems announces the first ever microscale power energy harvester for IoT applications and demos the Spectral Wand tool to identify working frequencies for specifying an energy harvester. For more information about the Spectral Wand, click here. For Energy Harvester Developer’s kit info, click […]
Evolving from a company established to produce MEMS-based energy harvesters, Micropelt incorporated its tiny thermogenerators into a self-powered iTRV thermostatic radiator valve actuator. Using the temperature difference between the radiator and the ambient room temperature to provide electrical energy, other circuitry provides power management including energy storage to drive an actuator as well as provide […]
In a volatile market and with rapidly developing technology, future expectations can range widely. This is certainly true for energy harvesting today. In 2012, one report forecast, “The global market is expected to reach $1894.87 million by 2017 at an estimated CAGR of 24.31%.” A year later another report projected, “Energy harvesting market worth $4.2 […]
Transforming the mechanical input energy required to actuate the switch into electrical energy, which is stored and then transmitted, allows users to mount CHERRY Industrial Solutions’ switch without adding wires. The energy harvesting wireless RF switch can be operated with the frequencies 868 MHz, 915 MHz and 2.4 GHz. For transmitting the switching information, a […]
Wireless transmitters mounted in remote locations can provide valuable information on a variety of topics – until their battery power decreases below a critical threshold. Energy harvesting companies like Perpetuum can extend the useful life of these applications when the right conditions are present. With its Rosemount 3051S Wireless Pressure Transmitter, Emerson Process Management has […]
At Sensors Expo 2015 in Long Beach, CA, Christian Pennisi from Jennova explains the company’s electrodynamic technology energy harvester and shows a few examples in moving products, such as fans. For more information about Jennova, its energy harvesting products and more, click here.
At Sensors Expo 2015 in Long Beach, CA, Rob Parenti, a technical marketing engineer from Alta Devices explains the capabilities his company’s flexible Gallium Arsenide solar cell technology. For more information about Alta Devices’ solar energy harvesting technology, click here.
At Sensors Expo 2015 in Long Beach, CA, Nigel Atherton from Joulefusion demonstrates how his company’s non-contact energy harvesting technology can use different types of rotating motion of conductive surfaces to power sensors and other loads. For more information about kinetic energy harvesting, click here.
At Sensors Expo 2015 in Long Beach, CA, Mike Deatherage, marketing manager, Power Generation at II-VI Marlow describes thermal energy harvesting and products on display. For more information about thermal energy harvesting, click here.
The energy harvesting (EH) symposium tutorials and energy harvesting sessions at Sensors Expo 2015 can help you answer this question and others. If you don’t think it is time and your competitors determine it is, they could gain a marketing advantage. To find out about today’s energy harvesting status, the June 9, Tuesday EH tutorials […]