Lock Your Home With Energy Harvested from Your Smartphone
The iLOQ NFC smart lock from Finnish company iLOQ uses energy harvested from a mobile phone’s NFC (near-field communications) induction for power, making it the first such device to used harvested energy rather than wires or batteries, according to the company. Users also can control the lock using their smartphone, a common feature of these devices. (Source: iLOQ)
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