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Energy Harvesting (EH), also known as energy scavenging, is the use of ambient energy to provide electrical power for small electronic and electrical devices. TI provides reference designs, ICs and other solutions that eliminates the dependency of the system on battery power and reduces the need to service the system: An Energy Harvesting System consists of an Energy Harvester Module and a processor/transmitter block. The Energy Harvester module captures energy from light, vibration, thermal or biological sources. A possible source of energy also comes from RF such as emitted from cell phone towers. The power is then conditioned and stored within a battery, an efficient quick charging capacitor or one of the newly developed thin film batteries. The system is then triggered at the required intervals to take a sensor reading, through a low power system. This data is then processed and transmitted to the base station.

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HTM 9 KB 07 Apr 2011 405
HTM 8 KB 14 Jun 2010 68
HTM 8 KB 24 Mar 2009 174
HTM 9 KB 16 Jul 2002 819

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Selection Guides (1)

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PDF 175 KB 11 Jun 2010 366

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PDF 220 KB 12 Sep 2017 4984
PDF 1.06 MB 08 Nov 2013 720

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PDF 873 KB 16 Oct 2017 5189
PDF 775 KB 25 Aug 2016 1596
PDF 960 KB 21 Mar 2016 3507
PDF 1.07 MB 28 May 2014 310
PDF 1.85 MB 19 Sep 2013 1357
PDF 322 KB 25 Jun 2012 184

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