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No Wires. No Batteries. No Limits

  Oberhachin,  Germany    Website
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Association

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51-200 employees

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Nathan Lee
+1.801.312 0116
info@enocean.com

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The innovative enabling technology from EnOcean works entirely maintenance-free without batteries. By detecting information and then transmitting it by short-range wireless, the idea behind the EnOcean solution is to harvest the necessary power from its surroundings: from linear motion, light or differences in temperature, for example. The amount of energy obtained in this way is enough to send a wireless signal, and turn on a light for instance.

EnOcean technology is characterized by efficient energy converters, ultra-low-power electronic circuitry and a reliable wireless protocol. The wireless signal is transmitted in the 868 MHz or 315 MHz frequency band, meaning it fits into a broad range of products worldwide. The telegrams are just one millisecond long, which is approximately one hundred times shorter than the signal of a conventional wireless switch.
Latest From @EnOcean_EN
3 days ago
Must-attend event for developers: Wireless Congress 2014 (Nov 12/13, Munich) with over 60 presentations http://t.co/g4fUIJUld7
4 days ago
MT @0brane: My blog on #EnOcean EOP350 Universal Programmer Board and configuring wireless energy harvesting sensors http://t.co/aTUZkS9V9L
5 days ago
Presentation @TSensorsSummit, Munich, Sep 17: From millions to trillions – self-powered sensors in everyday life http://t.co/WZLWAvsZ3s
;-) RT @f_vdbosch: @EnOcean_EN @element14 You can expect some #Minion #RoadTest soon ;)
#ForgetMeNot challenge: @element14 awards the best blog post of the week with a #Minion of the Week http://t.co/ZtO6ujaeNC
2 weeks ago
The Power of Light for realizing self-powered Internet of Things applications http://t.co/RahCcS58LM via @PlanetAnalog #IoT
2 weeks ago
RT @CleantechWatch: Planet Analog - Matthias Poppel - The Power of Light http://t.co/GdSfdfd9Hk, see more http://t.co/MtJx9SjKPp
2 weeks ago
#ForgetMeNot challenge: following the sun for optimally automated blinds http://t.co/bogY05Xzvv
2 weeks ago
Recommended reading: #SmartHome – Habitat connecté, installations domotiques et multimédia http://t.co/Udzf9zKBhY
2 weeks ago
RT @ricveal: EnOcean: comunicación inalámbrica a un bajo consumo http://t.co/qvOOnc3Zs5 #domotica #tecnology
3 weeks ago
RT @ip_v1: EnOcean Programming: Blinking LED on the TCM330 http://t.co/C8zivsgine #ForgetMeNotIoT
3 weeks ago
:-) RT @ip_v1: @EnOcean_EN my thanks to the stm330 firmware programmer for writing comments in the code. Nicely written.
3 weeks ago
MT @Enocean4AX: #Convergent_building_controls solution + #EnOcean wireless energy harvesting, Hall 3, Stand 39, http://t.co/pEgSL96AfS
3 weeks ago
#ForgetMeNot challenge blog post: Did I remember to close the diaper wipe box? http://t.co/1ilLTvqTnb @element14
3 weeks ago
Which party doorbell type are you? http://t.co/sRZGx96WK7
4 weeks ago
A @make project: Make-an-Entrance Party Doorbell using EnOcean SensorKit and Raspberry Pi http://t.co/aL2Mv70MYs #batteryless #RPi
4 weeks ago
Thx! RT @grattonboy: The PAN Handbook News is out! http://t.co/mGrC9nW71G Stories via @EnOcean_EN
4 weeks ago
@dwcares You can find more information on EnOcean and energy harvesting wireless sensors at http://t.co/JsWL9ZVmbo
4 weeks ago
RT @ip_v1: Blog Post: IP post 9: EnOcean Programming: Blinking LED on the TCM330 : For minion Dave! http://t.co/Ustp8QUg3F Via @element14
4 weeks ago
RT @EESage: New post: A four channel remote control using EnOcean Pi http://t.co/gX6C5VSMgP via @ElectronicsLab

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