Power

More safety for mobile batteries

06 May, 2008

The safety of lithium-ion batteries has been improved so that in future they could replace motor vehicle lead acid batteries. At the same time, lithium-ion batteries used in computers and other small devices have been made safer following research at the Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC in Würzburg.


Electronic structure of DNA revealed

07 April, 2008

Hebrew University of Jerusalem scientists and others have revealed the electronic structure of single DNA molecules.


Power module

10 March, 2008 | Supplied by: Semikron Danfoss

Semikron has released SKiiP, an intelligent power module with matched cooling, gate driver, current sensors and protective functions already integrated.


One to put your shirt on!

10 March, 2008 by Elizabeth Latham, Journalist

Nanotechnology researchers are working on a 'power shirt' which aims to replace batteries


Battery-powered clothes

11 February, 2008

Textiles that glow in the dark may be about to make the world a safer place for cyclists, joggers and pedestrians during bad light and at night


Fuel cells may power laptop computers

11 January, 2008

New-generation fuel cells may soon replace rechargeable batteries in laptop computers, following work carried out by Cambridge-based company CMR Fuel Cells of Britain


Power quality business expanded

19 November, 2007

Eaton Corporation has expanded its global Power Quality business by acquiring Schneider Electric’s small systems business of MGE, known as MGE Office Protection Systems.


Thin-film/printable batteries market to reach $5.6 billion

15 November, 2007

The value of the thin-film and printed battery market will reach $5.6 billion by 2015, according to a report from NanoMarkets, an industry analyst firm.


Distributor for hydrogen fuel cells announced

13 November, 2007

Emona Instruments has been appointed the Australian distributor of the Berlin-based manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cell teaching and research equipment, Heliocentris.


Electricity drawn from body heat

08 November, 2007 by Elizabeth Latham, Journalist

Do you dream of a future where your phone battery never goes flat? You may not have much longer to wait now that researchers have created new circuits that are making it possible to harness body heat for generating electricity


Website launched

02 October, 2007

Powerbox Australia has launched a new website to showcase its wide range of products and services.


Watts what with personal computer power supplies? Part Two

10 September, 2007 by Peter Brownlee

Peter Brownlee looks at the power and heat management issues arising from the new generation of PSUs and what you can do to maximise the energy efficiency of your computer systems


Watts what with personal computer power supplies? Part One

08 August, 2007 by Peter Brownlee

Computer power supply units are now hot components, in more than one sense of the word. Peter Brownlee explores the issues as PSUs double in power — then double again


Lighter kit for soldiers

11 July, 2007

The kilograms of equipment that soldiers need on their missions can quickly add up. On a five-day operation, disposable and rechargeable batteries alone account for about 10 kg, not to mention the various charging devices for cell phones, PDAs and visual systems.


Remote solar power

12 June, 2007 | Supplied by: Imark Communications

Imark has released the RPSE130 remote solar power system kit to provide 12 VDC power to remote sites to power equipment like repeaters, water pumps, telemetry systems and similar electrical equipment.


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