Energy harvesting engine now paired with Bluetooth Low Energy

13-11-2018 | ZF Switches and Sensors | Test & Measurement

ZF Switches and Sensors energy harvesting engine can now be combined with the ON Semiconductor RSL10 SIP – an ultra-low-power Bluetooth 5 certified System in Package. This allows the switch to be used with the rapidly growing number of applications for Bluetooth Low Energy communications. The SIP solution highlights such ultra-low-power characteristics that a low loss Schottky Diode bridge rectifier and electrolytic capacitor are sufficient to produce power from the switch to the Bluetooth 5 device. The device will enable designers to create bespoke wireless control solutions for a broad range of low-cost, low-energy applications including control solutions in home systems automation, buildings, healthcare, alarm systems, fall detection, lighting, shutter control, vehicle counting and many more. electronica 2018, Hall B3, Booth 530
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By Craig Dyball