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Solutions Search - Energy Harvesting

The Gleanergy Kit

Zachary Pantely - Applications Engineer Jun 27th 2017
The Gleanergy kit is a development platform which demonstrates the complete design of a wireless sensor mesh network built from sensor nodes that use energy harvesting to charge or extend the life of their batteries. ...

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Maximum Power Point Control Simplifies Energy Harvesting

Fran Hoffart - Applications Engineer Nov 8th 2010
There is an increasing market for low power electronic devices located in remote locations, away from the power grid. Ideally, the power for these devices should be generated on-site using renewable energy. Perhaps the most visible form of renewable energy is from the sun. Converting this solar energy into electrical energy ...

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LTC3588-1 Piezo Energy Harvesting Power Supply - Video Product Brief

Tony Armstrong - Director of Product Marketing Jun 29th 2010
The LTC3588-1 integrates a low-loss full-wave bridge rectifier with a high efficiency buck converter to form a complete energy harvesting solution optimized for high output impedance energy sources such as piezoelectric transducers. An ultralow quiescent current undervoltage lockout (UVLO) mode allows charge to accumulate on ...

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LTC3109 Auto-Polarity, Ultralow Voltage Step-Up Converter and Power Manager - Video Product Brief

Tony Armstrong - Director of Product Marketing Jun 29th 2010
The LTC3109 is a highly integrated step-up DC/DC converter ideal for harvesting surplus energy from extremely low input voltage sources such as TEGs (thermoelectric generators) and thermopiles. Its unique, proprietary autopolarity topology allows it to operate from input voltages as low as 30mV, regardless of polarity. ...

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Energy Harvesting Applications

Jim Drew - Sr Apps Engineer Jan 15th 2010
Energy harvesting applications are finding their way into many remote monitoring applications where utility power is not available. New developments in ultralow power microcontrollers with their high level of integration are enabling monitoring systems which draw sub milliwatts of power. Various energy sources that were not ...

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LTC3108 Ultralow Voltage Step-Up Converter and Power Manager - Video Product Brief

Tony Armstrong - Director of Product Marketing Nov 25th 2009
The LTC3108 is a highly integrated DC/DC converter ideal for harvesting and managing surplus energy from extremely low input voltage sources such as TEGs (thermoelectric generators), thermopiles and small solar cells. The step-up topology operates from input voltages as low as 20mV. The LTC3108 is functionally equivalent to ...

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