Solar cell - energy converter for energy harvesting wireless sensors

A solar cell is capable of converting light direct into electric energy. Most solar cells consist of silicon material. Light is often present for a longish period, during which the light energy can be accumulated in storage mechanisms and then used when needed. Here there is the possibility of combination with energy-saving timer solutions for example, to bridge periods of total darkness and transmit metered figures at regular intervals. Learn more on solar-powered wireless sensors STM 110 (868 MHz) / STM 110C (315 MHz), STM 250 und STM 300 (868 MHz) / STM 300C (315 MHz).

ECS 300/ ECS 310 - Solar cells for energy harvesting wireless sensors

Solar cell for energy harvesting wireless sensors

More on ECS 310:

  • ECS 310: 50.0 × 20.0 × 1.1 mm
  • ECS 310 is designed for use in bi-directional applications using EnOcean Smart Ack technologly

More on ECS 300:

  • ECS 300: 35.0 × 12.8 × 1.1 mm
  • The smaller ECS 300 is intended to be used in unidirectional sensor applications

Energy Harvesting from EnOcean

EnOcean’s energy harvesting wireless sensor technology collects energy where it costs nothing. The energy existing in our environment, for example linear motion, pressure, light, differences in temperature, is converted into energy that can be used electrically. Combining miniaturized energy harvesters and highly efficient wireless technology creates service-free wireless sensor solutions for use in buildings and industrial automation.