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Make the batteries of your IoT devices live forever. Try our ultra-low-power disruptive semiconductors
Make the batteries of your IoT devices live forever. Try our ultra-low-power disruptive semiconductors

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“This is the most #disruptive #innovation I saw on the show”, Matas Petrikas, VAIKAI CEO

This was one of many positive reactions during Embedded World 2016 where e-peas showcased its new AEM10940 #Ambient #Energy Management IC and evaluation board.

Besides top energy conversion efficiency, the fastest supercapacitor charge and the lowest cold-start power, the AEM10940 has the smallest footprint and associated components BOM, helping you save engineering and manufacturing costs of your ambient energy powered wireless devices, while reducing time-to-market.

Follow the link below to get more information on AEM10940.

http://e-peas.com/most-disruptive-innovation-of-show-matas-petrikas-vaikai/
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We are glad to announce that we are expanding and searching for enthusiastic people to join our fast growing company.

Become a part of IoT revolution! Apply today:

- Analog ASIC designer: http://e-peas.com/jobs/analog-asic-designer/

- Physical Implementation Engineer: http://e-peas.com/jobs/physical-implementation-engineer/

- Digital Design Engineer: http://e-peas.com/jobs/digital-design-engineer/
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About e-peas:

e-peas is a startup company founded in 2014 on the conviction that the trillions of connected nodes of the IoT that will be deployed in the next few years will require disruptive solutions to extend batteries life-time. At e-peas, we believe that new applications will ultimately be made possible by the combination of two approaches:

the increase of the harvested energy provided to the system
the reduction of the energy consumption of all power consuming integrated circuits of the system
Relying on 10 years of research and its patented disruptive technologies, e-peas offers a portfolio of integrated circuits including photovoltaic and thermoelectric harvester interfaces, microcontrollers and sensor solutions.

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"How can you make batteries live forever in a wireless sensing system?"- that's the article which was released on sensortips.com after e-peas has presented its disruptive technology at Sensors Expo 2017.

Indeed, e-peas' #energyharvesting technology can allow your wireless device's battery live forever. This will save you battery replacement costs and improve your carbon footprint.

Sounds interesting? Want to know more? Read the article below for specifications, check our website e-peas.com, or contact us at http://e-peas.com/contact/

Want to test out our products? Order the testing board for Energy Harvesting Power Management IC AEM10940:

http://e-peas.com/products/energy-harvesting/energy-harvesting-ic-aem10940/

or engineering samples of the next generation AEM10941:

http://e-peas.com/products/energy-harvesting/energy-harvesting-ic-aem10941/

http://www.sensortips.com/featured/can-make-batteries-last-forever-wireless-sensing-system/
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Wallonia region in Belgium adds e-peas in its digital strategy as a company with a revolutionary solution targeting at pushing non-rechargable batteries away from the market substituting them with their technology that allows non-rechargeable batteries live forever.

https://www.digitalwallonia.be/profiles/e-peas/

#energyharvesting #greemenergy #disruptivetechnology #IoT #walloniastartups

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e-peas' #energyharvesting AEM10940 #PMIC was featured and explained in Electronic Design magazine in article focusing on Multiple function integration in power management #integratedcircuits is maximizing the #batterylife of #InternetofThings devices:

"A Belgian company called e-peas developed its AEM10940 PMIC (see figure) specifically to achieve more efficient energy harvesting for embedded electronics. Notable applications include very-low-power #IoT wireless sensors, portable technology, domestic automation, and industrial control."

http://www.electronicdesign.com/power/power-iot-devices

#disruptivetechnolodies #greenenergy #IoT
The Power of IoT Devices
The Power of IoT Devices
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Read eeNews Europe's article on E-peas' upcoming release of a series of energy harvesting management ICs to follow our first device the AEM10940.

"The AEM10940 is in volume production but it is hardwired for solar and at low voltage, so it is really for single-cell applications. The next generation products will allow 5V input and up to six cells in series," Gosset said. "It will allow us to extract more power and include an automatic switch to the primary battery."

http://www.eenewsanalog.com/news/e-peas-broadens-power-saving-portfolio-0?news_id=92610
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e-peas [Electronic Portable Energy Autonomous Systems] successfully showcased its #AmbientEnergy Manager at #EnergyHarvesting & Storage in Berlin

#Nanotron (www.nanotron.com) was on e-peas booth showcasing its swarm bee LE module solely powered by light. Swarm bee is the hardware foundation of Nanotron’s embedded location platform. It delivers location-awareness for safety and productivity solutions across industrial and consumer markets.

"e-peas technology is a game-changer. It opens completely new possibilities for people concerned with batteries replacement and their associated costs, it allows to operate our swarm bee LE modules completely autonomously.”* said Marcel Borwitzky, Senior Product Manager at Nanotron. “This is not just good news for our products, but also for our clients as they can now benefit from drastic maintenance costs reductions.”

http://e-peas.com/big-success-e-peas-ambient-energy-manager-energy-harvesting-storage-berlin/
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e-peas photovoltaic and TEG harvester interface has been sent for prototyping and will soon be tested. Including a low-voltage cold-start capability, a MPPT, a battery charger and two LDO regulators, it is perfectly suited for low light conditions.
Do not hesitate to contact us for more information or to share you needs.
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