Wireless Sensor with Energy Harvesting from EnOcean

Wireless Sensor with Energy Harvesting from EnOcean
EnOcean Inc.

The STM 110 wireless sensor transmitter from EnOcean, Boston, MA, harvests and stores solar energy and measures incoming data with ultra-low-power electronics. The module requires neither line voltage nor batteries. Compatible with existing sensors and industry-standard networks, such as LON, Ethernet, group receivers, and central building controllers, the STM 110 can communicate with multiple receivers. A thin-layer solar cell requires 5 fc to generate electricity and an energy accumulator to store power for days. The radio has a 100 ft. indoor range through walls.

Contact Info

Company: EnOcean Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 801-312-0116

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