Energy Harvesting Developer’s Kits Aid IoT Hardware Designers

Energy Harvesting Developer’s Kits Aid IoT Hardware Designers
MicroGen Systems, Inc.

MicroGen’s Energy Harvester Developer’s Kits allow Internet of Things (IoT) hardware designers to power wireless sensors from external vibration. The kit contains built-in NRE, MicroGen’s MPG boards supporting customer specified VEH frequencies, power management circuit boards, ac to dc power generation, and a power diagnostic board for characterizing power consumption of loading devices. Also on display, the Spectral Wand real-time, three-axis vibration sensor connects to a PC via USB. It features an operator-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) to view the vibration frequency spectrum in real-time as well as save data on-the-fly.

Sensors Expo Booth#: 945

MicroGen systems, Inc.
Rochester, NY
[email protected]

Contact Info

Company: MicroGen Systems, Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 585-214-2426

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