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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in February 2008
Continuous Power Generation from Knee Brace
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2/14/2008  Post a comment
When in continuous generation energy harvesting mode, the knee-brace generator generates electricity whenever the knee is extended regardless of whether the knee is accelerating or decelerating.
Lab Tests Show Knee Brace Power Generation
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2/14/2008  Post a comment
When in the generative braking energy harvesting mode, this knee brace isprogrammed to only engage toward the end of the leg¿s swing phase to produce electricity. Subjects wear masks to measure the metabolic energy expended during the test.
HYmini Generates, Stores Energy for Mobile Devices
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2/5/2008  Post a comment
Arthur Huang, talks about the HYmini portable wind and solar power generator and shows off how the device works during the Greener Gadgets conference.
M2E Power Harnesses Kinetic Energy for Mobile Devices
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Reagan Warner-Rowe from M2E Power discusses how the company¿s kinetic batteries work and shows of the battery prototypes after her panel discussion at the Greener Gadgets conference.
Low-Power, Durable XO Laptop is at Greener Gadgets Show
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Mary Lou Jepsen shows off features of the XO laptop from One Laptop Per Child at this year's Greener Gadgets Conference and discusses her new hardware company, Pixel Qi.




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