* First prototype of a self-powered wireless transmitter in the worldwide 2.4 GHz ISM band
* Developer kits for energy harvesting wireless solutions meet specific requirements Oberhaching/
Self-powered transmitter in 2.4 GHz
At the HY-LINE booth, visitors can experience a prototype of an energy harvesting wireless transmitter operating in the internationally approved 2.4 GHz ISM band. Powered by EnOcean’s ECO 200 electro -mechanical energy converter, the press of a button is converted into a wireless signal, enabling data communication without cables and batteries. The prototype also uses an additional NFC radio (Near Field Communication) to pair the transmitter functionalities with the receiver using a smart phone. This opens up many new ways for system developers and users to integrate batteryless components into their network.
“The prototype of the 2.4 GHz transmitter shows that, based on our proven module platform and new chip generations, we are able to power several existing radio protocols with energy harvesting. This opens the door to a realm of new applications for
Developer kits for all cases
In addition, the company will show several developer kits at the booth. These cost-effective platforms enable OEMs to easily develop energy harvesting wireless solutions for specific purposes.
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