Fujitsu Electronics Europe adds energy harvesting components
Partnering with Belgian manufacturer, e-peas, Fujitsu Electronics Europe (FEEU) has extended its low power portfolio, adding energy-harvesting components.
Energy harvesting devices have been developed by e-peas to support a range of energy sources such as photovoltaic, thermal, vibration or RF.
The initial product, the AEM10940, will be followed by the AEM10941 and AEM30940 soon, promises FEEU. It features a low power boost converter with an efficiency of up to 94 per cent with voltage references, energy management circuitry and LDO regulators. In addition to the converter efficiency, the AEM10940 also has a cold start capability at an input voltage of only 380mV and an input power of just 11 microW. This also reduces the number of external components needed, adds FEEU.
e-peas is already a value added distribution partner of FEEU, and offers a range of components and services that support the development of low power and IoT solutions.
Fujitsu Electronics Europe markets complex solutions developed in-house by Fujitsu (and former Fujitsu) companies and third-party manufacturers. Its key markets are automotive, industrial, medical and fitness and communications. FEEU has various channels, including direct sales, its own web shop and distribution partners. The company operates from offices in Langen (near Frankfurt), Munich, Milan and Budapest.
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