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Thermoelectric-based energy harvesting for wireless sensors

September 27, 2011 | Julien Happich | 222903413
Marlow Industries launched the EverGen series of thermoelectric-based energy harvesting devices, offering a low-cost, zero-maintenance power solution for wireless sensor applications. By converting small degrees of temperature difference into milliwatts of electrical power, the EverGen series can power wireless sensors for the lifetime of sensors, actuators, valve solenoids and other small devices.

EverGen Liquid-to-Air harvests the thermal energy between a higher temperature fluid stream and ambient air via natural convection for conversion to electrical power. EverGen Liquid-to-Liquid harvests the thermal energy between a higher temperature fluid stream and lower temperature fluid stream for conversion to electrical power. EverGen Solid-to-Air harvests the thermal energy between a higher temperature solid surface and ambient air via natural convection for conversion to electrical power.

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