Energy Harvesting Tech Harnesses Photovoltaic Power

(Atmosic Technologies)

Atmosic Technologies unveils its photovoltaic-powered connectivity solution that is said to dramatically extend the battery life of IoT devices. Built on the company’s M3 Series chipset, the company’s energy harvesting technology captures photovoltaic power from ambient light sources, which are enough to power Atmosic-connected IoT devices.

 

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Photovoltaic-power connectivity solution is a feature of Atmosic’s M3 series, built on the Bluetooth 5 standards platform and the company’s Lowest Power Radio and On-demand Wake-Up technologies, which enable 10 to 100 times lower power than comparable IoT solutions on the market. The M3 series features energy harvesting to enable forever battery life for IoT devices to be “Forever Connected, Anywhere.”

 

 

The M3 Series silicon is sampling now and will be in mass production at the end of Q2. For greater knowledge, visit Atmosic.

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