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2/28/2012 02:46 PM EST
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anne-francoise.pele
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re: EnOcean rolls starter kit to develop energy-autonomous wireless sensors
anne-francoise.pele   7/16/2012 3:25:01 PM
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Thanks very much for your question. I have contacted EnOcean, and here is their answer: “EnOcean’s harvesting devices are aimed at low power wireless monitoring and control of EnOcean modules so would not be used to replace a Li Ion based RTC.” I hope that helps... Best, Anne-Françoise

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_hm   3/2/2012 12:32:17 AM
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Thank afpel. Look forawrd for more innovative products.

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re: EnOcean rolls starter kit to develop energy-autonomous wireless sensors
_hm   2/29/2012 1:26:06 AM
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Nice product. Do they have energy harvesting to replace Li-Ion battery for RTC?

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