Wireless data demands wireless power
The low power connectivity evolution has made it possible to create small devices that can transfer data wirelessly. But what if these devices could be powered without the use of batteries and the need to replace them? Imagine the value that reducing or eliminating batteries could bring to a world teeming with trillions of sensors.
This is exactly what Epishine has been imagining for years. Light is a fantastic way to transfer energy, and by optimizing our light energy harvesting modules, we harness indoor lighting to create energy to support these low power devices.
By using small supercapacitors your devices can stay powered even when the lights are off.
General techical data at 500 lux
|Output power||20 μW / cm²|
|Voltage at max power point (Vmpp)||0,55-22 V|
|Open circuit voltage (Voc)||0,64-28 V|
|Operating temperature:||-20°C to +30°C|
See data for our standard modules below. We can also provide custom sizes between 5x5 through 250x500 mm.
Technical data for EH19A-205 (20.5 cm2)
|Maximum power||18 μW||81 μW||250 μW|
|Operation voltage||1.6 V||1.8 V||2.2 V|
|Operation current||11 μA||45 μA||114 μA|
Technical data for EH19A-275 (27.5 cm2)
|Maximum power||27 μW||123 μW||360 μW|
|Operation voltage||5 V||5.6 V||6.6 V|
|Operation current||5.5 μA||22 μA||55 μA|