AEM13920 gives valuable new flexibility to deploy the ideal mix of PV, RF,thermal and kinetic energy sources for the application Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium – 29 August 2023 – e-peas, the leading supplier of energy harvesting ICs, today launched its first PMIC that can handle simultaneous inputs from two independent harvested energy sources. The new AEM13920 can […]
An EU-funded project makes it plain: batteries need to live longer than the Internet of things (IoT) devices they power. A position paper published by the project outlines the key actions to power IoT devices reliably and sustainably. About 78 million batteries powering IoT devices will be dumped globally every day by 2025 if nothing […]
InPlay, in collaboration with e-peas, has unveiled a ground-breaking development kit in the dynamic IoT landscape. InPlay, in collaboration with e-peas, has unveiled a ground-breaking development kit in the dynamic IoT landscape: an autonomous, maintenance-free, low BoM BLE Sensor Beacon powered by Energy Harvesting. “InPlay is thrilled to partner with e-peas to bring this innovative […]
Meet us at Sensors Expo & Conference in Santa Clara. See live demos and talk to our team on shifting your application to energy harvesting. Our booth: 956When: June 20-22 You can register to the event here.
e-peas is very glad to be selected as an exhibiting partner at TSMC 2023 Technology symposium held in Amsterdam.We will showcase recent advances in ultra-low power MCUs with live demos in real time.Meet us and TSMC team on 23rd of May! For a time slot reservation, pls contact us at www.e-peas.com/contact
During Embedded World 2023, Panasonic Industries has showcased an Electronic Shelf Label based on e-peas AEM10941. The label recharges from solar energy and is fully energy autonomous. This means that it is completely wireless and doesn’t require a battery change anymore.
At e-peas’ booth 4A-301, visitors of Embedded World witnessed “Maintenance free BLE Asset Tracker” with NGK Insulators’ EnerCera battery (EnerCera Coin ET1210C-H). The tracker is powered by solar energy thanks to e-peas’ Ambient Energy Manager – AEM10300. If you want to shift your device to energy harvesting, do contact us at www.e-peas.com/contact for a consultation. […]
e-peas S.A. cooperates with Quuppa, Nichicon (America) Corporation, tatwah SA, and #PV manufacturers to showcase a revolutionary concept of #RealtimeLocationSystem powered by energy harvesting. The joint solution is featuring QUUPPA RTLS system combined with e-peas Power Management #ICs and their ecosystem. This combined offering is packaged into Tatwah robust shells. You are welcome to see those mini tags live at Embedded World 2023 at e-peas’ Booth 4A-301