11 myths about energy harvesting
In the following videos, Steven Dean of ON Semiconductor explores the myths about energy harvesting.
With new designs incorporating sensor nodes for IoT use, energy harvesting is a practical way of moving away from traditional based power sources. Hopefully, this video series will give you enough reasons to consider energy harvesting in your new designs.
With this in mind, we'd like to introduce these great RSL10 products from ON Semiconductor.
RSL10 is a multi-protocol Bluetooth 5 certified radio System on Chip (SoC) which brings ultra-low-power Bluetooth Low Energy wireless technology to IoT. Offering the industry’s lowest power consumption, RSL10 helps provide devices like heart rate monitors with advanced wireless features while optimizing system size and battery life. Unlike most other multi-protocol radio SoCs, RSL10 is specifically designed for applications using 1.2 and 1.5 V batteries and supports a voltage supply range between 1.1 and 3.3 V without a required DC/DC converter.
RSL10-SENSE-GEVK, (189-0270) this RSL10 Sensor Development Kit is a compact and a comprehensive platform to easily develop IoT applications with leading sensor technology and the industry's lowest power Bluetooth ® Low Energy SoC. Applications can be easily developed on this platform such a; industrial wearables, asset monitoring and smart sensing solutions.
RSL10-SIP-001GEVB development board (185-8166), has an Arduino-compliant form factor and on-board J-Link adaptor. The RSl10 SIP development board is used to effortlessly develop Bluetooth® low energy applications based on the RSL10 System-in-Package (SiP).
RSL10 SoC (172-3431), discover more about RSL10 Ultra low power applications in this video.
For more information search RSL10 at RS Components.