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re: Energy harvesting, wireless sensor networks & opportunities for industrial applications
Smile Stone   11/7/2012 5:46:37 AM
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It's Awsome!!! I want more information about it. because my company has many vibration equipment.

anne-francoise.pele
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anne-francoise.pele   7/20/2012 9:18:56 PM
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Click on the link below to check out the collection of the Design Articles, Case Studies, Product How-To articles, Teardowns, etc... related to energy scavenging that have been published on Smart Energy Designline. Click here: http://www.eetimes.com/design/smart-energy-design/4372778/Energy-harvesting---Design-archive Check back frequently. The list will be updated as new articles arrive.

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anne-francoise.pele   7/16/2012 3:25:01 PM
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FYI, Stephane Boisseau and Ghislain Despesse at the CEA-Leti (France) also contributed the article, entitled: "Vibration energy harvesting for wireless sensor networks: Assessments and perspectives". The link to the article is: http://www.eetimes.com/design/smart-energy-design/4370888/Vibration-energy-harvesting-for-wireless-sensor-networks--Assessments-and-perspectives?pageNumber=2&Ecosystem=smart-energy-design#

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jeanlucl1   4/13/2012 12:26:24 AM
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Ghislain, Sebastien, Tres bon article. Bien cordialement, Jean Luc Jean Luc Lembert 10890 Viacha Drive San Diego, CA 92124 Phone: (858) 212-4950

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docdivakar   3/14/2012 2:36:19 PM
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Great summary! Figure 2 says a lot on where to focus for a given application and environment to use the appropriate harvesting technology. MP Divakar

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wlad01   3/1/2012 6:10:02 PM
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Great article indeed; of course Micropelt offers thermoelectric chip-generators (Fig. 6). 100 uW can already be achieved with a temperature difference of just a couple of degrees. Industrial environments offer larger delta-T's, which can create "milliWatts". Thereby also industrial sensors using radio protocols like WHART or ISA100 can be supported by thermal energy harvesting. - Micropelt Germany -

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Horaira   2/28/2012 7:25:35 AM
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Good Article... specially gathered all pieces together.



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