Study into organic solar cells

16 February, 2009

IMEC and Plextronics, a company specialising in printed solar, lighting and other organic electronics, have signed an agreement to collaborate on materials and inks for organic solar cells.

Energy-harvesting radios remove the need for batteries

08 January, 2009

Engineers and a semiconductor manufacturer are developing an energy-harvesting radio that could transmit data without ever needing a change of batteries.

International Rectifier DC-DC converters

01 January, 2009 | Supplied by: Avnet Electronics Marketing

International Rectifier has introduced the RTA family of high-temperature DC-DC converters for high power subsurface and high-temperature applications up to 185 °C, including down-hole drilling, seismic and natural resource exploration and jet engine control electronics.

VeSA mount UPS

01 January, 2009

IEI has released a range of VESA mount UPSs to suit its range of Afolux panel PCs — the AUPS series.

Power monitoring relay

01 January, 2009 | Supplied by: Westek Electronics Pty Ltd

The PQube DIN rail-mountable power and disturbance monitoring replay captures voltage disturbances and time-stamped waveforms, storing captured information on a plug-in 4 GB SD card that provides exportable CSV Excel-compatible and GIF picture files.

Adelaide firm expands USB measurement

23 December, 2008

Formally known as Fiberbyte, the Adelaide-based technology innovation company has been re-launched as ChronoLogic Pty Ltd to more accurately reflect its position as a company providing precision timing systems in a universal distributed platform.

Making solar cells more efficient

09 December, 2008

Researchers have developed a way for low-cost solar cells to more efficiently convert sunlight into electricity.

SolarWinds global distribution

28 November, 2008

SolarWinds has launched it operations in the Asia-Pacific region.

Record power from harvester

20 October, 2008

Europe's IMEC has developed a micromachined piezoelectric energy harvester that delivers an output of 60 µW, making what the company says is a world record.

Window collects light and illuminates room

10 October, 2008

Imagine windows that not only provide a clear view and illuminate rooms, but also efficiently help power the building. MIT engineers report a new approach to harnessing the sun's energy that could allow just that.

3 kW programmable DC power supply

09 October, 2008 | Supplied by: TechRentals

The Xantrex XKW 3 KW programmable DC power supply is a compact instrument which provides 3 kW of clean, reliable power for OEM applications where high power and a wide adjustment of output voltage or current are required in a compact configuration.

Clothing fuels hybrid cars

15 September, 2008

Monash University scientists in Melbourne have designed a new form of fuel cell that could make the latest generation of hybrid vehicles more reliable and cheaper.

Programmable DC power supplier

10 August, 2008 | Supplied by: TechRentals

The Agilent E3640A programmable DC power supplier features 30 W of output power. Noted for its fast transient response and built-in GPIB and RS-232 interfaces, the power supplier also offers clean reliable power with dependable regulation.

Non-programmable DC power supplies

10 August, 2008 | Supplied by: http://www.agilent.com/find/lowcostpower_pr

Agilent Technologies has introduced the U8000 Series single-output, non-programmable DC power supplies, a low-cost expansion of the Agilent E3600 Series.

Battery life extender

01 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Caelera Pty Ltd

Wolfson Microelectronics has developed SmartDAC, class W amplifier and SilentSwitch technologies to coincide with the launch of the company’s WM8903 CODEC.

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