Energy Harvesting System Manager from Micro Analog

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Micro Analog Systems Oy

The MAS6011 from Micro Analog Systems Oy, Helsinki, Finland, monitors the supply voltage and charging of a battery-powered system that contains a small solar cell. The device's current consumption is 110 nA, allowing the system to charge from very low light conditions, remain in power-down mode for years, and still operate directly from the battery before recharging. The device also protects the battery from overvoltage conditions. Switching levels are designed for use with rechargeable 3 V lithium vanadium batteries. Applications include wireless sensor modules, GPS modules, electronic locks, watches, and energy harvesting.

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Company: Micro Analog Systems Oy
Country: Finland
Phone number: +358 50 331 5638

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