EnOcean will exhibit its recent advancements in energy-storing wire-free technology at the Munich-based electronica exhibition scheduled to be conducted from 9th to 12th November, 2010.
They will be exhibiting their innovative unidirectional sensor modules of the STM 310 family such as STM 310, STM 320 and STM 330. With reference to the company’s Dolphin platform, the latest product series encompasses a connection with several energy converters. The developments made to the EDK 300 developer kit will also be highlighted in the show.
The wire-free products from EnOcean generate energy from light, motion or fluctuations in temperature, providing energy-independent, service-less automation devices which have already been exploited globally for meeting enhanced sensitivity and effectiveness of energy.
The new STM 310 family of sensor modules use Dolphin chip and is equipped with an interface for converting the energy which can be achieved employing a temperature converter or a solar cell. This functionality enables the new module to be highly-operative and makes it ideal for deployment in varied products.
The plug and play solutions feature a wire-free transmitter and antenna, an in-built or exterior sensor port and an integral power circuit with energy harvesting phenomenon which activates the modules when ambient energy can not be stored. Both the 315 MHz and 868 MHz versions are widely used for a variety of auto-powered applications.
Additional sensitivity is attained with the EDK 300 developer kit which enables the OEMs to advance numerous energy-storing devices for the automation of buildings and for other applications using uni/bi-directional battery-free wireless components.
Several designs and advancement tools for the STM 310 versions have been developed along with the improved Dolphin View software.