Introduction

About e-peas

e-peas semiconductor is a fabless semiconductor supplier and was founded in 2014. The e-peas product strategy is the Energy Harvesting, driven by the understanding that extremely-low power is a must-have for the realization of today’s and future industrial and IoT applications. One key aspect towards this goal is to extend the battery lifetime in such applications or even better make applications completely independent from any battery or wired power source.

After 10 years of research and filing patents for disruptive technologies, e-peas now offers a portfolio of energy harvesting devices including solutions to generate power from light, temperature, vibration and electromagnetic radiation.

With the very low cold start requirements and the very high converter efficiency the e-peas harvesting devices represent an industry leading solution. Beside the performance of the device itself the low number of necessary external components is an additional advantage to optimize the cost and board space which is often essential for small scale IoT use cases.

Available Products:

 Ref.VinCold-startPinPoutPackage
PhotovoltaicAEM1094150mV to 5V380mV
3μW
3μW to 400mW20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
QFN28
5x5mm
ThermalAEM2094050mV to 5V100mV
80µW
3µW to 380mW20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
QFN28
5x5mm
ThermalAEM3094050mV to 5V380mV
3μW
3μW to 400mW20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
QFN28
5x5mm
VibrationAEM3094050mV to 5V380mV
3μW
3μW to 400mW20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
QFN28
5x5mm
RFAEM3094050mV to 5V-18.5dBm-18.5dBm to 10dBm20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
QFN28
5x5mm
RFAEM4094050mV to 2.5V-19dBm-19dBm up to 10dBm20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
QFN28
5x5mm

Available Evaluation Boards:

AAEM10941C0022PhotovoltaicAEM10941Evaluation Board V2.2
2AAEM20940C0010Thermal (TEG)AEM20940Evaluation Board V1.0
2AAEM30940C0011DC & AC sourcesAEM30940Evaluation Board V1.1
2AAEM40940C0210868 MHzAEM40940Evaluation Board for 868MHz band V1.0
2AAEM40940C0310915 MHzAEM40940Evaluation Board for 915MHz band V1.0
2AAEM40940C04102400-2500MHzAEM40940Evaluation Board for the for 2.4-2.5GHz band V1.0

Photovoltaic

  • Introduction
  • AEM10941
  • AEM10941 Features
  • AEM10941 Documentation

Photovoltaic Energy Harvesting

Photovoltaic Energy HarvestingLet’s assume that you work with battery powered IoT wireless devices that operate under light sources that may come from sun, light bulb, tube, etc. You need to replace the batteries of those devices, because they run out of energy. This generates operational costs.

But, most probably, there is enough of energy in the light surrounding your devices that you could use to power them.

Depending on the lighting conditions (low light indoor conditions to bright sunny outdoor conditions), traditional photovoltaic (PV) cells can generate from 10µW to 10mW per cm².

When properly selected (material and topology) and sized (illuminated area), a PV cell combined with our state of the art energy harvesting PMICs will recharge the batteries of your IoT applications from ambient light.

Using e-peas’ photovoltaic energy harvesting, you will avoid typical operating costs associated with battery replacement.

WHAT EXACTLY DO WE OFFER?

Best performing solutions that make your devices’ batteries live forever. Our innovative ICs autonomously and efficiently recharge your batteries in any light conditions: bright, changing, or even in very low ones with a PV cell generating as low as 3µW.

e-peas offers you the following AEM [Ambient Energy Manager] reference:

  • The AEM10941 allows you for harvesting energy from up to 7 cells in series solar panels producing from 3µW up to 625mW.

HOW DO WE DIFFER FROM COMPETITION?

Both references are based on e-peas unique AEM platform offering:

  • top energy conversion efficiency
  • the fastest supercapacitor charge
  • the lowest cold-start power
  • the smallest footprint and associated components BOM

Product Matrix

Ref.

Vin

Cold-start

Pin

Pout

MPPT

Package

Disp.

AEM10941

50mV to 5V

380mV 3μW

1μW to 625mW

10mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V

Yes

QFN28 5x5mm

Samples

E-peas’ photovoltaic energy harvesting IC solution

AEM10941 – is the next generation integrated energy management subsystem that extracts DC power from up to 7 cells solar panels to simultaneously store energy in a rechargeable element and supply the system with two independent regulated voltages. This allows product designers and engineers to extend battery lifetime and ultimately get rid of the primary energy storage element in a large range of wireless applications like industrial monitoring, home automation, wearables.

The AEM10941 harvests the available input current up to 125 mA. It integrates an ultra-low-power Boost converter to charge a storage element, such as a Li-Ion battery, a thin film battery or a super- or conventional capacitor. The Boost converter operates with input voltages in a range of 50 mV to 5V. With its unique cold-start circuit, it can start operating with empty storage elements at an input voltage as low as 380 mV and an input power of just 3 µW.

The low voltage supply typically drives a microcontroller at 1.8 V. The high voltage supply typically drives a radio transceiver at a configurable voltage. Both are driven by highly efficient LDO (Low Drop-Out) regulators for low noise and high stability.

Configuration pins determine various operating modes by setting predefined conditions for the energy storage element (overcharge or overdischarge), and by selecting the voltage of the high voltage supply. However, special modes can be obtained at the expense of a few configuration resistors.

The chip integrates all the active elements for powering a typical wireless sensor. With only seven external components, integration is maximum, footprint and BOM are minimum, optimizing the time-to-market and costs of WSN designs in all markets.

Five identical capacitors and two inductors are required, available respectively in the small 0402 and 0603 SMD formats.

 

AEM10941_photovoltaic energy harvesting
energy harvesting IC

 

Features:

Ultra-low-power start-up

  • Cold start from 380 mV input voltage and 3 µW input power (typical)

Ultra-low-power Boost regulator

  • Open circuit voltage sensing for MPPT every 5 s
  • Configurable MPPT with 2-pins programming
  • Selectable Voc ratios of 70, 75, 85, 90%
  • Input voltage operation range from 50 mV to 5V
  • MPPT voltage operation range from 50 mV to 5V

Integrated LDO regulator at low voltage

  • 8 V, high efficiency
  • Up to 10 mA load current
  • Power gated by external control

Integrated LDO regulator at high voltage

  • Configurable from 2.2 V to 4.2 V
  • Up to 80 mA load current with 300 mV drop-out
  • Power gated by external control

Flexible energy storage management

  • Programmable overcharge and overdischarge protection
  • For any type of rechargeable battery or (super)capacitor
  • Fast supercapacitor charging
  • Warns load when battery is getting empty
  • Warns when regulators are switched on

Smallest footprint, smallest BOM

  • Only seven passive external components

Optional primary battery

  • Automatically switches to the primary battery when secondary battery gets empty
Description Version Updated
ProductBrief_AEM10941 PB_AEM10941_REV1.3 17/05/2018
DataSheet_AEM10941 DS_AEM10941_REV1.3 01/10/2018

RF

  • Introduction
  • AEM30940
  • AEM30940 Features
  • AEM30940 Documentation
  • AEM40940
  • AEM40940 Features
  • AEM40940 Documentation

RF Energy Harvesting

RF Energy Harvesting

Let’s assume that you work with battery powered IoT wireless devices that operate within wireless waves rich environments. Without energy harvesting, you need to replace the batteries of those devices, because they run out of energy. This generates operational costs.

But there might be enough of energy provided by the wireless emitters surrounding your devices that you could use to power them.

Those emitters include:

  • GSM900 (BTx)925-960 MHz
  • GSM1800 (BTx)1805-1880 MHz
  • 3G (BTx)2110-2170 MHz
  • WiFi2400-2500 MHz

And if not, you can equip the environment with dedicated emitters emitting power at 868MHz (Europe) or 915MHz (USA).

Depending on the power emitted by the source and the distance from the source (from 10’s of cm up to 15m), typical power levels you can harvest range from 10µW to mWs.

When properly selected and sized (frequency compatibility with available sources), an antenna and a balun (provided by e-peas for all above mentioned frequency ranges) combined with our state of the art energy harvesting PMICs will recharge the batteries of your IoT applications from ambient RF power.

Using e-peas’ RF energy harvesting, you will avoid typical operating costs associated with battery replacement.

WHAT EXACTLY DO WE OFFER?

Best performing solutions that make your devices’ batteries live forever. Our innovative ICs autonomously and efficiently recharge your batteries from received RF power levels as low as -19dBm.

e-peas offers you 2 AEM [Ambient Energy Manager] references:

  • The AEM30940 allows you for harvesting energy from -18.5dBm up to 10dBm using properly selected external antenna, balun and rectifier
  • The AEM40940 integrates an RF rectifier and allows you for harvesting energy from -19.5dBm up to 10dBm using a properly selected external antenna and balun.

HOW DO WE DIFFER FROM COMPETITION?

Both references are based on e-peas unique AEM platform offering:

  • top energy conversion efficiency
  • the fastest supercapacitor charge
  • the lowest cold-start power
  • the smallest footprint and associated components BOM

Product Matrix

Ref. Vin Cold-start Pin Pout MPPT Package
AEM30940 50mV to 5V -18.5dBm -18.5dBm to 10dBm 20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
Yes QFN28 5x5mm
AEM40940 50mV to 2.5V -19.5dBm -19.5dBm up to 10dBm 20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
Yes QFN28 5x5mm

 

RF Energy Harvesting Power Management IC

AEM30940 - RF

E-peas’ RF energy harvesting IC solution – AEM30940 – is an integrated energy management subsystem that extracts DC power from ambient RF waves to simultaneously store energy in a rechargeable element and supply the system with two independent regulated voltages. This allows product designers and engineers to extend battery lifetime and ultimately get rid of the primary energy storage element in a large range of wireless applications like industrial monitoring, home automation, wearables.

The AEM30940 harvests the available input current up to 125 mA. It integrates an ultra-low-power Boost converter to charge a storage element, such as a Li-Ion battery, a thin film battery or a super- or conventional capacitor. The Boost converter operates with input voltages in a range of 50 mV to 5.5V. With its unique cold-start circuit, it can start operating with empty storage elements at an input power of just -18.5 dBm.

The low voltage supply typically drives a microcontroller at 1.8 V. The high voltage supply typically drives a radio transceiver at a configurable voltage. Both are driven by highly efficient LDO (Low Drop-Out) regulators for low noise and high stability.

Configuration pins determine various operating modes by setting predefined conditions for the energy storage element (overcharge or overdischarge), and by selecting the voltage of the high voltage supply. However, special modes can be obtained at the expense of a few configuration resistors.

The chip integrates all the active elements for powering a typical wireless sensor. With only seven external components, integration is maximum, footprint and BOM are minimum, optimizing the time-to-market and costs of WSN designs in all markets.

Five identical capacitors and two inductors are required, available respectively in the small 0402 and 0603 SMD formats.

Features

Ultra-low-power start-up

  • Cold start from -18.5dBm (typical)

Ultra-low-power Boost regulator

  • Configurable MPPT with single-pin programming
  • Selectable MPP ratios of 50, 65, 80, 100%
  • Open circuit voltage sensing for MPPT every 0.5 s
  • Input voltage operation range from 50 mV to 5.5V

Integrated LDO regulator at low voltage

  • 8 V, high efficiency
  • Up to 10 mA load current
  • Power gated by external control

Integrated LDO regulator at high voltage

  • Configurable from 2.2 V to 4.2 V
  • Up to 80 mA load current with 300 mV drop-out
  • Power gated by external control

Flexible energy storage management

  • Programmable overcharge and overdischarge protection
  • For any type of rechargeable battery or (super)capacitor
  • Fast supercapacitor charging
  • Warns load when battery is getting empty
  • Warns when regulators are switched on

Smallest footprint, smallest BOM

  • Only seven passive external components

Optional primary battery

  • Automatically switches to the primary battery when secondary battery gets empty
Description Version Updated
ProductBrief_AEM30940 PB_AEM30940_Rev1.3 17/05/2018
DataSheet_AEM30940 DS_AEM30940_REV1.2 01/06/2019

Energy Harvesting Power Management IC

E-peas’ RF energy harvesting IC solution – AEM40940 – is the next generation integrated energy management subsystem integrating a rectifier that extracts AC power from ambient RF waves to simultaneously store energy in a rechargeable element and supply the system with two independent regulated voltages. This allows product designers and engineers to extend battery lifetime and ultimately get rid of the primary energy storage element in a large range of wireless applications like industrial monitoring, home automation, wearables.

The AEM40940 harvests the available input current up to 125 mA. It integrates an ultra-low-power Boost converter to charge a storage element, such as a Li-Ion battery, a thin film battery or a super- or conventional capacitor. The Boost converter operates with input voltages in a range of 50 mV to 5V. With its unique cold-start circuit, it can start operating with empty storage elements at an input power of just -19 dBm.

The low voltage supply typically drives a microcontroller at 1.8 V. The high voltage supply typically drives a radio transceiver at a configurable voltage. Both are driven by highly efficient LDO (Low Drop-Out) regulators for low noise and high stability.

Configuration pins determine various operating modes by setting predefined conditions for the energy storage element (overcharge or overdischarge), and by selecting the voltage of the high voltage supply. However, special modes can be obtained at the expense of a few configuration resistors.

The chip integrates all the active elements for powering a typical wireless sensor. With only seven external components, integration is maximum, footprint and BOM are minimum, optimizing the time-to-market and costs of WSN designs in all markets.

Five identical capacitors and two inductors are required, available respectively in the small 0402 and 0603 SMD formats.

AEM40940_RF

Features

Ultra-low-power start-up

  • Cold start from -19dBm (typical)

Ultra-low-power Boost regulator

  • Open circuit voltage sensing for MPPT every 5 s
  • Configurable MPPT with 2-pins programming
  • Selectable Voc ratios of 60, 65, 70%
  • Input voltage operation range from 50 mV to 5V
  • MPPT voltage operation range from 50 mV to 5V

Integrated LDO regulator at low voltage

  • 8 V, high efficiency
  • Up to 10 mA load current
  • Power gated by external control

Integrated LDO regulator at high voltage

  • Configurable from 2.2 V to 4.2 V
  • Up to 80 mA load current with 300 mV drop-out
  • Power gated by external control

Flexible energy storage management

  • Programmable overcharge and overdischarge protection
  • For any type of rechargeable battery or (super)capacitor
  • Fast supercapacitor charging
  • Warns load when battery is getting empty
  • Warns when regulators are switched on

Smallest footprint, smallest BOM

  • Only seven passive external components

Optional primary battery

  • Automatically switches to the primary battery when secondary battery gets empty
Description Version Updated
ProductBrief_AEM40940 PB_AEM40940_Rev1.4 17/05/2018
DataSheet_AEM40940 DS_AEM40940_REV1.1 01/10/2018

Thermal

  • Introduction
  • AEM20940
  • AEM20940 Features
  • AEM20940 Documentation
  • AEM30940
  • AEM30940 Features
  • AEM30940 Documentation

Thermal Energy Harvesting

Thermal Energy Harvesting

Let’s assume that you work with battery powered IoT wireless devices that operate in an environment presenting thermal gradients generated by heater, human body, furnace, motor, etc. Without energy harvesting, you need to replace the batteries of those devices, because they run out of energy. This generates operational costs.

But, in some environments, there is enough of energy dissipated by surrounding machines that you could use to power your devices.

Depending on the available temperature gradients, TEGs can generate from 20µW to 10mW per cm².

When properly selected (material and topology) and sized (area exposed to temperature gradients), a TEG combined with our state of the art energy harvesting PMICs will recharge the batteries of your IoT applications from hot or cold sources.

Using e-peas’ thermic energy harvesting, you will avoid typical operating costs associated with battery replacement.

WHAT EXACTLY DO WE OFFER?

Best performing solutions that make your devices’ batteries live forever. Our innovative ICs autonomously and efficiently recharge your batteries from any temperature gradients.

e-peas offers you 1 AEM [Ambient Energy Manager] references:

  • The AEM30940 allows you for harvesting energy from TEG producing from 3µW up to 625mW.

HOW DO WE DIFFER FROM COMPETITION?

This reference is based on e-peas unique AEM platform offering:

  • top energy conversion efficiency
  • the fastest supercapacitor charge
  • the lowest cold-start power
  • the smallest footprint and associated components BOM

Product Matrix

Ref. Vin Cold-start Pin Pout MPPT Package
AEM20940 50mV to 5V 60mV 150μW 3μW to 380mW 20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
Yes QFN28
5x5mm
AEM30940 50mV to 5V 380mV 3μW 3μW to 380mW 20mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
Yes QFN28
5x5mm

 

 

Energy Harvesting Power Management IC

Thermal energy harvesting IC solution from e-peas – AEM20940 – is an integrated energy management subsystem that extracts DC power from TEG to simultaneously store energy in a rechargeable element and supply the system with two independent regulated voltages. This allows product designers and engineers to extend battery lifetime and ultimately get rid of the primary energy storage element in a large range of wireless applications like industrial monitoring, home automation, wearables.

The AEM20940 harvests the available input current up to 125 mA. It integrates an ultra-low-power Boost converter to charge a storage element, such as a Li-Ion battery, a thin film battery or a super- or conventional capacitor. The Boost converter operates with input voltages in a range of 50 mV to 5V. With its unique cold-start circuit, it can start operating with empty storage elements at an input voltage as low as 60 mV and an input power of just 150 µW.

The low voltage supply typically drives a microcontroller at 1.8 V. The high voltage supply typically drives a radio transceiver at a configurable voltage. Both are driven by highly efficient LDO (Low Drop-Out) regulators for low noise and high stability.

Configuration pins determine various operating modes by setting predefined conditions for the energy storage element (overcharge or overdischarge), and by selecting the voltage of the high voltage supply. However, special modes can be obtained at the expense of a few configuration resistors.

The chip integrates all the active elements for powering a typical wireless sensor. With very few external components, integration is maximum, footprint and BOM are minimum, optimizing the time-to-market and costs of WSN designs in all markets.

AEM20940_thermal

Features

Ultra-low-power start-up

  • Cold start from 60 mV input voltage and 150 µW input power (typical)

Ultra-low-power Boost regulator

  • Configurable MPPT with 2-pin programming
  • Selectable MPP ratios of 50, , 55, 75%
  • Open circuit voltage sensing for MPPT every 21s
  • Input voltage operation range from 50 mV to 5V

Integrated LDO regulator at low voltage

  • 8 V, high efficiency
  • Up to 10 mA load current
  • Power gated by external control

Integrated LDO regulator at low voltage

  • 2/1.8 V, high efficiency
  • Up to 20 mA load current
  • Power gated by external control

Integrated LDO regulator at high voltage

  • Configurable from 1.8-2.5-3.3 V
  • Up to 80 mA load current with 300 mV drop-out
  • Power gated by external control

Flexible energy storage management

  • Programmable overcharge and overdischarge protection
  • For any type of rechargeable battery or (super)capacitor
  • Fast supercapacitor charging
  • Warns load when battery is getting empty
  • Warns when regulators are switched on

Optional primary battery

Automatically switches to the primary battery when secondary battery gets empty

Description Version Updated
ProductBrief_AEM20940 PB_AEM20940_Rev1.2 15/04/2019
DataSheet_AEM20940 DS_AEM20940_REV1.1 15/04/2019

Energy Harvesting Power Management IC

E-peas’ thermal energy harvesting IC solution – AEM30940 – is an integrated energy management subsystem that extracts DC power from TEG to simultaneously store energy in a rechargeable element and supply the system with two independent regulated voltages. This allows product designers and engineers to extend battery lifetime and ultimately get rid of the primary energy storage element in a large range of wireless applications like industrial monitoring, home automation, wearables.

The AEM30940 harvests the available input current up to 125 mA. It integrates an ultra-low-power Boost converter to charge a storage element, such as a Li-Ion battery, a thin film battery or a super- or conventional capacitor. The Boost converter operates with input voltages in a range of 50 mV to 5.5V. With its unique cold-start circuit, it can start operating with empty storage elements at an input voltage as low as 380 mV and an input power of just 3 µW.

The low voltage supply typically drives a microcontroller at 1.8 V. The high voltage supply typically drives a radio transceiver at a configurable voltage. Both are driven by highly efficient LDO (Low Drop-Out) regulators for low noise and high stability.

Configuration pins determine various operating modes by setting predefined conditions for the energy storage element (overcharge or overdischarge), and by selecting the voltage of the high voltage supply. However, special modes can be obtained at the expense of a few configuration resistors.

The chip integrates all the active elements for powering a typical wireless sensor. With only seven external components, integration is maximum, footprint and BOM are minimum, optimizing the time-to-market and costs of WSN designs in all markets.

Five identical capacitors and two inductors are required, available respectively in the small 0402 and 0603 SMD formats.

AEM30940 - Thermal

Features

Ultra-low-power start-up

  • Cold start from 380 mV input voltage and 3 µW input power (typical)

Ultra-low-power Boost regulator

  • Configurable MPPT with single-pin programming
  • Selectable MPP ratios of 50, 65, 80, 100%
  • Open circuit voltage sensing for MPPT every 0.5 s
  • Input voltage operation range from 50 mV to 5.5V

Integrated LDO regulator at low voltage

  • 8 V, high efficiency
  • Up to 10 mA load current
  • Power gated by external control

Integrated LDO regulator at high voltage

  • Configurable from 2.2 V to 4.2 V
  • Up to 80 mA load current with 300 mV drop-out
  • Power gated by external control

Flexible energy storage management

  • Programmable overcharge and overdischarge protection
  • For any type of rechargeable battery or (super)capacitor
  • Fast supercapacitor charging
  • Warns load when battery is getting empty
  • Warns when regulators are switched on

Smallest footprint, smallest BOM

  • Only seven passive external components

Optional primary battery

  • Automatically switches to the primary battery when secondary battery gets empty
Description Version Updated
ProductBrief_AEM30940 PB_AEM30940_Rev1.3 17/05/2018
DataSheet_AEM30940 DS_AEM30940_REV1.2 01/06/2019

Vibration

  • Introduction
  • AEM30940
  • AEM30940 Features
  • AEM30940 Documentation

Product Matrix

Ref. Vin Cold-start Pin Pout MPPT Package
AEM30940 50mV to 5V 380mV
3μW
1μW to 625mW 10mA@1.8V
80mA@2.2-4.2V
Yes QFN28 5x5mm

Energy Harvesting Power Management IC

Vibration energy harvesting IC solution from e-peas – AEM30940 – is an integrated energy management subsystem that extracts DC power from a piezo or micro turbine generator to simultaneously store energy in a rechargeable element and supply the system with two independent regulated voltages. This allows product designers and engineers to extend battery lifetime and ultimately get rid of the primary energy storage element in a large range of wireless applications like industrial monitoring, home automation, wearables.

The AEM30940 harvests the available input current up to 125 mA. It integrates an ultra-low-power Boost converter to charge a storage element, such as a Li-Ion battery, a thin film battery or a super- or conventional capacitor. The Boost converter operates with input voltages in a range of 50 mV to 5.5V. With its unique cold-start circuit, it can start operating with empty storage elements at an input voltage as low as 380 mV and an input power of just 3 µW.

The low voltage supply typically drives a microcontroller at 1.8 V. The high voltage supply typically drives a radio transceiver at a configurable voltage. Both are driven by highly efficient LDO (Low Drop-Out) regulators for low noise and high stability.

Configuration pins determine various operating modes by setting predefined conditions for the energy storage element (overcharge or overdischarge), and by selecting the voltage of the high voltage supply. However, special modes can be obtained at the expense of a few configuration resistors.

The chip integrates all the active elements for powering a typical wireless sensor. With only seven external components, integration is maximum, footprint and BOM are minimum, optimizing the time-to-market and costs of WSN designs in all markets.

Five identical capacitors and two inductors are required, available respectively in the small 0402 and 0603 SMD formats.

AEM30940 - Vibration

Features

Ultra-low-power start-up

  • Cold start from 380 mV input voltage and 3 µW input power (typical)

Ultra-low-power Boost regulator

  • Configurable MPPT with single-pin programming
  • Selectable MPP ratios of 50, 65, 80, 100%
  • Open circuit voltage sensing for MPPT every 0.5s
  • Input voltage operation range from 50mV to 5.5V

Integrated LDO regulator at low voltage

  • 8 V, high efficiency
  • Up to 10mA load current
  • Power gated by external control

Integrated LDO regulator at high voltage

  • Configurable from 2.2 V to 4.2 V
  • Up to 80mA load current with 300 mV drop-out
  • Power gated by external control

Flexible energy storage management

  • Programmable overcharge and overdischarge protection
  • For any type of rechargeable battery or (super)capacitor
  • Fast supercapacitor charging
  • Warns load when battery is getting empty
  • Warns when regulators are switched on

Smallest footprint, smallest BOM

  • Only seven passive external components

Optional primary battery

  • Automatically switches to the primary battery when secondary battery gets empty
Description Version Updated
ProductBrief_AEM30940 PB_AEM30940_Rev1.3 17/05/2018
DataSheet_AEM30940 DS_AEM30940_REV1.2 01/06/2019

Applications

What are the applications where the energy harvesting apply:

  • Home automation
  • smart buildings
  • smart cities
  • smart metering
  • wearables
  • e-health
  • smart agriculture

Supplier Profile

Company overview

  • Company name: e-peas S.A.
  • Foundation: 2014
  • Headquarters: Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium
  • Products: Energy harvesting, Microcontroller
  • Company home page: https://e-peas.com/

The company revolutionizes the IoT industry by offering the best performing ambient energy harvesting, processing and sensing solutions that make the batteries of your wireless devices live forever. Their mission is to enable the seamless operation of all connected nodes, anywhere, anytime, in any conditions with smart, innovative solutions.