The Internet of Things (IoT) is a broad and growing category of connected electronics aimed at making many industries operate more efficiently and allowing consumers to enjoy increased convenience. Batteries are required for to enable efficiency in IoT. They allow for simple operation and quick deployment. But what happens when those batteries die? WATCH THIS VIDEO TO LEARN ABOUT AN ALTERNATIVE
In this webinar, PowerFilm teamed with e-peas and F3 Wireless, experts in energy harvest power management ICs and RF/IoT design.
We have been manufacturing thin-film solar panels for over 30 years. Take a look behind the scenes into our innovative production process and learn how we turn raw solar film into finished products for companies, the United States military, and consumers everywhere
PowerFilm develops portable solar solutions based on your requirements, constraints and goals, delivering the best technology and design for your business needs.
PowerFilm''s Research and Development Engineer, Sam Jones, demonstrates our new Custom Solar Panel Design Tool.
A review of Powerfilm''s Indoor/Outdoor Solar Development Kit, the company''s first with "inside-out" capabilities. There are two different panels here, the MPT2.4-21 panels of the PowerFilm Classic Application Series and the LL200-2.4-37 indoor panels, both of which are based on amorphous silicon material - the same stuff that powers the calculator you used to use before you got a smartphone. They are just a couple centimeters by a couple centimeters each. This kit features new energy harvesting circuitry from E-Peas'' AEM10941 chip, capable of extracting DC power from up to seven solar panels at a time and delivering it to a storage element like the kit''s 60 milliamp hour rechargeable LiPo batter. The AEM10941 features an ultra-low-power cold start of 3 µW at 380 mV to ensure as little energy is wasted as possible, and integrates multiple low dropout regulators.
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