ECO 200 & PTM 330 - the perfect combination for individual switching applications
The ECO 200 energy converter plus PTM 330 wireless module open up a whole number of new applications for energy harvesting wireless technology
A major component of Dolphin system architecture are the bi-directional , , TCM 300 and TCM 320 wireless modules. Furthermore, is a platform for energy harvesting wireless sensors. These modules come in versions for a standard frequency of 868 MHz or 315 MHz, so they can work in applications worldwide.
Your benefits when developing new energy harvesting wireless sensor solutions add up to: simple integration, faster time to market, plus interoperability with other EnOcean energy-harvesting wireless switches, sensors and controls.
ECO 200 & PTM 330
The combination of , the third generation of EnOcean's mechanical energy converters, with the transmitter module for 868 MHz and for 315 MHz results is an entire system for batteryless wireless operations. This new pairing creates an optimum basis for speedy and simple implementation of energy harvesting switching solutions. EnOcean again shows the way for new possibilities of various self-powered wireless switching elements – in building automation, in industry and in household appliances.
The ECO 200 energy converter is the latest advancement of these mechanical energy generators. It comes with even more efficient energy conversion, less noise emission plus higher load capability. A further benefit of the new-generation converter is its simple installation. The batteryless PTM 330 wireless module can be connected to the energy converter by spring contacts, with no soldering.
Diversity of use
Application possibilities for the energy harvesting wireless ECO 200 plus PTM 330 system range from handheld transmitters, window and door sensors through to transmitters for access data to position switches or a variety of industrial switches. Handheld transmitters powered by the system can be used to control gates and garages, or to call a nurse from a hospital bed, for example. Another application that has already been implemented is wireless testing of cable harness in automobile production. The press of a button generates enough energy to determine if the individual components are properly attached to the cable harness. Furthermore, the technology can be used to develop self-powered vermin traps or self-powered stop buttons in a city buses. Enabled by energy harvesting wireless technology, all devices are absolutely maintenance-free and function without cabling
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