Micro-electrical generation

Perpetuum launches energy harvest component. “The microgenerator converts kinetic energy from the vibration of the equipment running at mains frequency (50 or 60Hz) into electrical energy. The PMG7 can generate up to 5 milliwatts of power, from a 100-mg (milli-gee) vibration and 400 microwatts of power from 25-mg vibration. It supplies a regulated 3.3-V supply and is therefore able to power sensors, microprocessors and transmitters to monitor plant equipment and machinery without the need for batteries, expensive cabling or maintenance.”

EETimes.com

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