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No Wires. No Batteries. No Limits

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Nathan Lee
+1.801.312 0116

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.
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3 days ago
Thx! RT @karpour: EnOcean is a pretty cool technology! http://t.co/vpgL1wYej1
Reminder: You can find the @EnOceanAlliance at the AHR Expo from 26.-28. January in Chicago. #AHRExpo http://t.co/D98EhImoUY
2 weeks ago
RT @ASHWireless: @EnOcean_EN CEO says energy harvesting will be big in 2015 http://t.co/HbvlZkM8XD #wireless #electronics
2 weeks ago
RT @Geeksplace: Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Solutions and Networks from EnOcean http://t.co/cPaYB2jnp2 #Geeksplace.net via @Geeksplace
3 weeks ago
RT @slashdot: EnOcean Wireless Sensors Don't Need Batteries (Video) http://t.co/3nczm2BZ4C
3 weeks ago
RT @brettroberts: If you're interested in the IoT these energy-harvesting sesors look pretty cool http://t.co/z0STviAWQm
3 weeks ago
@helgerg No news here, yet, but we’ll let you know if things change
3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
RT @Yosun: #ces2015 enocean is lightweight enough that kinetic energy of a click powers a 10 remote signal #NoBatts http://t.co/x9uVTeDLNm
3 weeks ago
RT @phversluys: Harvesting energy from human footsteps? http://t.co/v9hAMlN9QO -> yes, and from many other sources
3 weeks ago
RT @TheThingBox: Meeting with @NodOnFan to integrate their @EnOcean devices to the Thingbox #CES2015 http://t.co/t4ooIZrAVH
3 weeks ago
Snapshot from the @EnOcean_EN booth Sands–74876 at #CES2015 http://t.co/6gu7HWPTem
3 weeks ago
RT @RVLtd: Enocean RF Home Automation Protocol Storms CES; Here’s the Coolest Product Ever: Enocean energy harvesting http://t.co/uZK3CG5fhI
3 weeks ago
2nd day of #CES2015: don’t miss the world of a self-powered wireless #IoT at #EnOcean booth Sands–74876 http://t.co/OGrTiCEpC3
A very special version of Jingle Bells - watch Jingle Switches and listen to the #EnergyHarvester drum set! http://t.co/8MGfjL2S4k
RT @gethoumio: EnOcean buttons are great! Receiving button events in @nodejs won't get easier than this: http://t.co/SP06FUkb4y…
The winners are chosen! #ForgetMeNot wins the element14 Community Awards in the category Design Challenge 2014. http://t.co/ymQcCRaHxP
2 months ago
So cool: #ForgetMeNot won #element14award as 2014 design challenge of the year http://t.co/cfzb4iyxwc
2 months ago
2 months ago
Wow! MT @element14: Congrats @EnOcean_EN for their sensor kit nominated for 2014 Product of the Year #element14awards http://t.co/bvD778xLn7


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