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TI Offers Low-Power Converter to Advance Design of Energy-Harvesting Electronics

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Re: Interesting
ljkasdlfjsdf   4/24/2014 10:34:28 PM
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Re: Low Power Electronics
Cabe Atwell   1/23/2013 4:36:24 PM
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You might want to add another 20 years to your comment. Twenty years ago was 1993, there were many portable devices, even cell phones. When the industry dropped the required voltage from 5V to 3.3V, it is a huge help. Chips are getting even lower these days. Buck/boost circuits are getting efficient unseen in the past. Getting a higher potential from 3.3V is not an issue.

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Charles Murray   1/17/2013 6:27:15 PM
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Interesting insight from Nirajan Pathare of TI in this story when he refers to low-power design as a "space race." I agree. Being able to operate everyday devices on lower current is one of the next great frontiers in electronics. Twenty years ago, no one foresaw the rise in handheld computing that's available today, largely because no one imagined that computers could operate at such low power levels. The trend toward low power design is still gaining momentum.

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Cabe Atwell   1/17/2013 2:51:19 PM
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Alternative energy generators for the medical industry are all still in the prototype phase. As you can imagine, there are numerous certifications and near-endless testing to be done. Imagine if the generator stops for some reason.

I hope to see more work like this, as I may need it someday...

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Elizabeth M   1/17/2013 2:47:26 PM
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Well, these type of heartbeat-powered generators are still quite state of the art and, as far as i know, not entirely in widespread use...are they?

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Cabe Atwell   1/11/2013 5:57:45 PM
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Human heart generators are nothing new. They seem possible too. However, I am not sure how much I would want a moving part (turbine or whatever method) being the source of my sustained life.

I think I would rather go with a wireless power option.

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Charles Murray   1/10/2013 9:30:35 PM
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I really like the idea of harvesting energy from the human heart to keep a pacemaker going. Seems the best example of energy harvesting that I've ever heard of. Changing a pacemaker battery is considered minor surgery, but most pacemaker-users would prefer to find a better method, if possible.

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Cabe Atwell   1/9/2013 3:46:39 PM
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Thanks for the head's up. I have a alternative energy project coming up, not I have a DC controller in mind. I will have to investigate what else they are offering in their alternative energy initiative. I hope they have some system on a chip type products. IE: solar panel to battery hook up. No development on my part. One can dream.

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apresher   1/9/2013 2:08:28 PM
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This is great technology and another step forward to more effective portable solutions.  It will also be interesting to see the impact on automation and control technologies such as wireless sensor solutions that can really benefit from this kind of technology.  This is just another step in the right direction in terms of new capabilities available for device designs.

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Re: Great potential for this technology
tekochip   1/9/2013 7:44:36 AM
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With currents this low the issue becomes the leakage current for the storage media. Now we just need a battery or supercalc with self-discharge in the nA range.

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