Self-powered wireless switches and sensors

The self-powered wireless sensors collect required data to operate large numbers of IoT devices efficently without any need of a battery.

12/30/2016


The self-powered wireless sensors collect required data to operate large numbers of IoT devices efficently without any need of a battery. Courtesy: EnOceanThe Dolphin portfolio includes 2.4 GHz wireless switches, sensors, and actuators powered by energy through motion, light, and temperature. The energy harvesting devices are designed for use in building automation, industrial automation, and lighting control worldwide. The self-powered solutions help optimize the utilization of buildings, create new service models, and make buildings more flexible and energy-efficient. The self-powered wireless sensors collect required data to operate large numbers of IoT devices efficiently without any need of a battery. The sensors enable maintenance-free solutions for real estate managment, and standardized sensor profiles help ensure interoperability of more than 1,5000 products from the EnOcean ecosystem. 

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