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Through the release of a further three new power management ICs (PMICs), e-peas is providing product developers with even greater scope to implement their energy harvesting systems. The innovative engineering breakthroughs of these new devices include constant input voltage regulation, making them...
Once again underlining the heightening interest in the company’s power management ICs (PMICs) for energy harvesting applications, plus its ability to work with the world’s leading brands, e-peas announces completion of a major project for Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches...
Its small size provides more space for designs and is well suited for industrial applications including building automation and asset tracking With the goal of providing a complete set of all the essential components required for RF energy harvesting, e-peas has...
It allows energy-autonomous sensing and communication equipment to be deployed nearby an AC electricity distribution infrastructure Enhancing energy extraction from single-phase wire to three-phase cabling for energy harvesting from power lines is a new hardware that has been developed by...
The innovative buck-boost architecture allows handling of low battery voltages and offers rapid charging of storage elements The availability of two new devices, the AEM10330 and AEM30330 power management ICs (PMICs) by e-peas bring new features for energy harvesting applications....
The technology can be integrated for testing and evaluation in the smart buildings, wireless sensors market and electronic displays Energous Corporation in collaboration with e-peas has developed an evaluation board that combines e-peas’ power management IC technology and Energous’ radio...
The intelligent charging PMIC enables quick system activation and along with the photocells is suitable for new IoT applications Making battery-less technology more common is the AEM10941 power management IC (PMIC) by e-peas that is incorporated into a new evaluation...
Having an ultra-low power up capability, the device possesses photovoltaic-based energy harvesting  solution for a range of IoT applications Providing a robust energy harvesting solution is the AEM10941 power management IC (PMIC) that has been designed into battery-less monitoring hardware....
Leveraging the power of this robust PMIC, a new environmental sensor module has been developed to monitor air pollution levels To suit the power requirements of large scale remote monitoring applications, the power management IC (PMIC) AEM10941 by e-peas has...
 
 

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