Efficient power converter for internet of things

 Researchers at MIT have created a power supply for small electronic devices that “sips” energy by turning devices on with packets of energy rather than a steady stream. Most power converters release a steady voltage. This means they’re generally inefficient for small devices like sensors and other devices that don’t need to be constantly on. The MIT’s… Read More

Efficient power converter for internet of things

The "internet of things" is the idea that vehicles, appliances, civil structures, manufacturing equipment, and even livestock will soon have sensors that report information directly to networked ...

Fri 17 Feb 17 from TechXplore

Efficient power converter for internet of things, Sat 18 Feb 17 from ScienceDaily

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MIT researchers built an energy-sipping power converter

Researchers from MIT's Microsystems Technologies Laboratories have built a new power supply system designed specifically for powering electronic sensors, wireless radios and other ...

Tue 21 Feb 17 from Engadget

MIT creates an intelligent power supply lets hardware sip energy

 Researchers at MIT have created a power supply for small electronic devices that “sips” energy by turning devices on with packets of energy rather than a steady stream. Most ...

Tue 21 Feb 17 from TechCrunch

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