Battery life consistently ranks among the top concerns for IoT deployments. Maintenance and battery replacement cycles play a significant role in determining the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) of many IoT solutions. As the number of IoT applications continues to grow, manufacturers are seeking new, battery-less methods of powering their devices and improving energy efficiency.
RSL10 Solar Cell Multi-Sensor Platform
Continuous solar energy harvesting solution featuring the RSL10 SIP (Bluetooth® Low Energy) and multiple sensors
Energy Harvesting Bluetooth® Low Energy Switch
Switch-operated energy harvesting reference design platform
RSL10 Sensor Beacon Mobile App
The RSL10 Sensor Beacon application allows the monitoring of various sensors connected to energy harvesting based RSL10 development platforms.
Strata Enabled Zigbee® Green Power Kit
The Strata Enabled Zigbee® Green Power Kit demonstrates the use of NCS36510 in a battery-free Zigbee® Green Power application. The kit consists of one Zigbee® Coordinator (ZC) USB device, & 2 energy-harvesting nodes.
Creating a State-of-the Art, Cost Effective Energy Harvesting Bluetooth® Low Energy Switch
As IoT rapidly grows into new markets such as MHealth, Agriculture 4.0, and building automation, new questions are being raised about the energy required to support its growth. Within the industry, we see a broad spectrum of power requirements...
Continuous Harvesters and ON Semiconductor’s Low−Power RF Technology Close the Gap in Environmental and Accelerometer Sensors for IoT
While the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) is inarguable, only few publications have so far enlightened the public regarding the problem of energy availability to support the rapidly−growing number of sensors and transceivers...
- Wall switches
- Intrusion detection
- Door Closing/Opening
- Remote sensing
- Hospital bed monitoring
- Step counting
- Activity counting
- Push button
- Emergency Break
- Collision detection and alarm
- Asset tracking
- Truck/Vehicle counting