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Laird outs thin-film thermoelectric power generators

17 Apr 2013

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Laird Thermobility Series

The Thermobility Series by Laird Technologies Inc. are self-contained thin-film thermoelectric power generators that produce DC power from waste heat.

Due to its compact size, ability to regulate voltage and store power, these products are ideal for powering wireless sensors, low power LEDs or trickle charge batteries where a heat source is readily available. When combined with Laird's eTEG embedded thermoelectric power generators, Thermobility provides turn-key solutions for design engineers as opposed to designing a complex thermal energy harvester.

Laird's Engineered Thermal Systems Group will showcase the Thermobility series, a new generation of thermoelectric power generators and embedded wireless solutions at Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe on April 17-18 in Berlin, Germany. The eTEG PG8000 Series is a new series of thin-film thermoelectric power generators that offer higher power, more robust mechanical design and ease of integration with common sources of thermal energy. Laird's embedded wireless solutions are designed to add true power and performance to any product including end-to-end solutions for M2M data acquisition and control.

Through innovation, reliable fulfilment and speed, Laird is a trusted partner and supplier for many of the world's leading technology companies. As an industry leader in high-performance and cost-effective Thermal Management Solutions, Laird Technologies provides the knowledge, innovation, and resources to ensure exceptional thermal performance and customer satisfaction for applications in the medical, analytical, telecom, industrial, and consumer markets.




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