Japanese researchers have designed a solar cell with theoretical energy conversion efficiency of over 60%, in a breakthrough which could have a big impact on the cost of producing electricity.
RECOM's regulated DC/DC converters RSE (2 W) and RSOE (1 W) series were developed for a variety of industrial, transport, test and measurement applications which require onboard 5 V power supplies.
Swiss researchers have developed semitransparent organic solar cells that apparently achieve better efficiency and transparency than existing ones.
US researchers have updated the process of thermionic energy conversion for the 21st century, using wonder material graphene as a key part of the technology.
FDK and Fujitsu Laboratories have developed lithium cobalt pyrophosphate (Li2CoP2O7), which has high energy density, for the cathode material of all-solid lithium-ion batteries.
The Mornsun LO10-26D0512-04L and LO20-10C0512-01 LO Series AC/DC converters are designed to be cost-effective.
The AF series energy harvesting switches, from ZF, offer a simple-to-install, long-lifetime alternative to wired or battery-powered products.
Researchers have cleared a critical manufacturing hurdle in the development of perovskite solar cells, in a breakthrough which could make printing solar cells as easy and inexpensive as printing a newspaper.
The DCM in a VIA Package is a ruggedised, modular DC-DC converter that operates from an unregulated, wide-range input to generate an isolated and regulated high-efficiency output with high power density.
Tianneng Battery Group will provide $250,000 for researchers to develop innovative silicon/carbon composite anode materials for use in lithium-ion batteries, offering greater capacity compared to current graphite-based anode materials.
The R&S NRP18S three-path diode power sensor is a self-contained, fully characterised instrument that can be operated with the R&S NRP2 base unit, with a laptop/PC via USB and with many Rohde & Schwarz instruments (eg, signal generators, signal and spectrum analysers, network analysers).