EnerChip solid state batteries can be used to integrate energy storage directly into devices. EnerChips can be copackaged with other Integrated Circuits using standard bare die wire bond or solder bump attachment techniques.
This recorded webinar identifies the new advanced power solutions for Wearable Technology and the Internet of Everthing Sensors. Topics include: Market trends, new technical advances, Energy harvesting techniques, EnerChip rechargeable batteries and actual device teardowns.
This video demonstrates the EnerChp RTC Product Family and CBC-EVAL-12 USB-based kit for experimenting with the various EnerChip RTC devices. An EnerChip RTC internal teardown is shown. There are tab boards for all three EnerChip RTC devices: CBC34123, CBC34803 and CBC34813. The PC-based Graphical User Interface is explained.
This video demonstrates the EnerChp RTC EVAL-12 USB-based kit for experimenting with the various EnerChip RTC devices. There are tab boards for all three EnerChip RTC devices: CBC34123, CBC34803 and CBC34813. The PC-based Graphical User Interface is explained.
This video taken on the show floor at Embedded World 2014 in Nuremberg Germany demonstrates the new EnerChip RTC product family. We also demonstrate the Cymbet EnerCard solar energy harvester powering the emMicro 9301 Bluetooth Low Energy wireless iBeacon.
This video demonstrates how Cymbet EnerChip rechargeable solid state batteries might power a smart contact lens. This lens concept was put forward by staff at Ghent University in collaboration with IMEC and CMST. More information on non-cytotoxic EnerChip batteries can be found here http://www.cymbet.com/design-center/embedded-energy.php.
While attending the 2013 Wearable Tech Show in New York city, Steve Grady describes how Cymbet EnerChip rechargeable solid state batteries enable various Wearable Technology applications. Of special interest are the Health Monitoring and Medical Implantable devices that use EnerChip batteries.
This short video details the unique features and benefits of the Cymbet EnerChip solid state rechargeable energy storage device.
Fully charged EnerChip solid state batteries are exposed to direct flame to show that they are non-flammable and do not smoke even though they are completely destroyed. EnerChips are intrinsically safe and meet the UN air transportation requirements of 49 CFR Subchapter C Subsection 172.102 Special Provision 188.
This video demonstrates in a very noisy way that EnerChips are completely safe. Hundreds of fully charged EnerChips are blended down to dust. Nothing eventful happens of course (which is boring to watch - sorry). The EnerChip residue in the blender was disposed of using the same process as all other integrated circuits.