Wireless sensors based on solar cells
During the exhibition , The European Energy Harvesting & Storage Exhibition which was held in Berlin on 15-16 May, 2012, Solar Print, the company behind the next generation printable solar cell knowledge had announced they will showcase its independently motorized wireless temperature and humidity sensor.
Innovative minds of Solar Print have shared its Dye Sensitized Solar cell (DSSC) technology. Simultaneously, Gas Sensing Solutions has provided its low-power CO2 sensors which are based on COZIR technology.
Analog Devices Incorporated complimented their efforts by contributing the long-range, effectual and wireless networking technology
DSSC delivers substantial cost savings by reducing the need for wired networks along with reduced battery related replacement needs when integrated for harvesting energy into wireless sensors in buildings.
This gives a platform to tune solar cells in a way that increases and maximizes their performance under interior lighting capacities.
This sensor comes along with maintenance free and cost effective wireless networks. These networks possess qualities like increased reliability which gives superior flexibility in consuming the sensors.
This next generation technology provides integrated customer solutions to meet the needs of wireless sensor applications.
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