'Near-zero-power' temperature sensor could make wearables, smart home devices less power-hungry

Electrical engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a temperature sensor that runs on only 113 picowatts of power -- 628 times lower power than the state of the art and about 10 billion times smaller than a watt. This near-zero-power temperature sensor could extend the battery life of wearable or implantable devices that monitor body temperature, smart home monitoring systems, Internet of Things devices and environmental monitoring systems.

Researchers create temperature sensor that runs on almost no power

Researchers at UC San Diego have developed a temperature sensor that runs on tiny amounts of power -- just 113 picowatts, around 10 billion times less power than a watt. The sensor ...

Sat 1 Jul 17 from Engadget

New temperature sensor could power more energy-efficient wearable devices

A new 'near-zero-power' temperature sensor developed by scientists at the UCSD requires just 113 picowatts -- an infinitesimal amount energy -- to operate.

Wed 5 Jul 17 from UPI

Low-power temperature sensor could turn wearables into “unawareables”

Near-zero-power consumption sensor from University of California opens up the possibility of energy-harvesting devices The sensor, developed by a team led by Patrick Mercier of the Jacobs School ...

Wed 5 Jul 17 from The Engineer

'Near-zero-power' temperature sensor could make wearables, smart devices less power-hungry

Electrical engineers have developed a temperature sensor that runs on only 113 picowatts of power -- 628 times lower power than the state of the art and about 10 billion times smaller than a ...

Wed 5 Jul 17 from ScienceDaily

'Near-zero-power' temperature sensor could make wearables, smart devices less power-hungry, Wed 5 Jul 17 from Eurekalert

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