Never replace a battery, even in extreme conditions

See our extremely-low-power products

  • Energy harvesting

    Extend the range of possible IoT applications with harvesting chips that start at 5 times lower power conditions

  • Microcontroller

    Enhance your IoT application processing capabilities with a range of 32-bit microcontrollers that consumes 5 times less energy


Save battery maintenance costs,
Make your wireless application more robust,
Reduce your carbon footprint

Billions of battery-supplied "smart" objects will be deployed in the coming years for the Internet of Things and many other industrial applications. With e-peas, you harvest more energy from the environment and consume a factor less energy in the devices.
This makes you slash your system maintenance costs and lower your carbon footprint while delivering uncompromised performances and robustness.

Learn more about potential applications below:


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    Come and meet us at IoT World Congress in Barcelona

    Join us at the Fira Gran Via, Barcelona from 25th to 27th October and discover how to avoid battery replacement costs in wireless IoT applications. e-peas will be demonstrating its Ambient Energy Management IC in action and explain how it can help you innovate...

  • Energy harvesting IC available

    We’re proud to announce the commercial availability of our first IC

    The AEM10940 utilizes e-peas unique proprietary energy management technology in order to maximize the efficiency with which electronic hardware draws energy from the ambient environment. This device, which is now in full scale production, is set to have major implications for the various power-frugal...

  • Berlin

    Big success for e-peas Ambient Energy Manager at Energy Harvesting & Storage in Berlin

    e-peas, the ultra-low power semiconductor company, demonstrated practical use cases of ambient energy harvesting for geolocation and beacon applications at Energy Harvesting & Storage 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Nanotron ( was on e-peas booth showcasing its swarm bee LE module solely powered by light....