Wirelessly powered electronic paper displays for IoT
Ossia, e-peas, and E Ink, have announced that they have successfully developed a wirelessly-powered Electronic Paper Display (EPD) prototype system that is entirely battery-free. This system can be successfully operated and wirelessly powered at-a-distance in a dynamic environment, without the need for any wires or batteries.
Energy harvesting technology enables accurate animal tracking
Highlighting the huge application potential of the company’s advanced power management ICs (PMICs), e-peas has confirmed that its AEM10941 devices for photovoltaic energy harvesting are being incorporated into tracking equipment employed in Australian cattle ranches.
Ultra-low power technology for thermally-based energy harvesting
A new power management IC specifically optimised for energy harvesting from thermal sources in wireless sensors application has been introduced by e-peas. Supplied in a space-saving 28-pin QFN package, the AEM20940 is a highly advanced device based on proprietary technology that is capable of extracting available input current up to levels of 110mA.
Powering up the promotion of ultra-low power ICs
In order to gain greater traction for its game-changing energy management technology, e-peas has begun building a supply chain network to support it. The Belgian startup has announced the first three in what will be a series of distribution partnerships that it is currently establishing, with more announcements being made in the near future.
PMIC ensures more efficient energy harvesting
Belgium-based e-peas has announced the availability of its first IC, the AEM10940, which ensures higher levels of efficiency in energy harvesting applications. The AEM10940 utilises e-peas unique proprietary energy management technology in order to maximize the efficiency with which electronic hardware draws energy from the ambient environment.
Evaluation board opens up opportunities for IoT deployments
e-peas has introduced the first in a series of innovative products with the objective of revolutionising power delivery in IoT applications, such as remote monitoring and building automation. The AEM10940 evaluation board showcases the company’s proprietary energy management technology - allowing engineers to experiment with the AEM10940 power IC platform and analyse its performance parameters in a controlled, laboratory-like environment.