There will be three presentations in the series, on Sep 27th, Oct 25th and Nov 29th 2017.
As the Internet of Things grows, Silego comments, so does the need for new kinds of energy sources. IoT devices have always-on monitoring and control features that continually draw current, while not having access to power lines or a practical way to frequently recharge or replace the battery. These challenges make supercapacitors and energy harvesting interesting to IoT designers who need no-cable, low maintenance energy sources that do not limit the functionality of their devices.
The 3-part webinar series will showcase various supercapacitor and energy harvesting power implementations to address these challenges. These circuits will be implemented in Silego’s GreenPAK Configurable Mixed-signal IC to allow low power, low cost and easily modifiable designs.
After each webinar, registrants will receive links to the free GreenPAK Designer software and all GreenPAK design files covered in the session. Links to the recording and corresponding application notes will also be provided.
Each date has two alternative presentation times, 7am and 4:30pm Pacific Time (PDT): European engineers will most likely favour the earlier of the two, which is 16:00 CET/ 3:00pm BST/GMT.
Silego (www.silego.com) requests prior registration for these sessions; links can be found at;