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2005-05-26 Dallas Semi rolls new fuel gauge
Dallas Semi's DS2782 fuel gauge uses the industry-standard 2-wire interface to communicate with the host, and calculates remaining capacity for Li+ and Li+-polymer batteries without need for host-side fuel-gauging algorithms
2002-06-17 Dallas charge controller integrates fuel gauge, sense resistor
The DS2770 battery monitor and multichemistry charge controller from Dallas Semiconductor Corp. integrates a fuel gauge and an optional sense resistor into a 16-pin TSSOP casing
2008-02-20 Compact fuel gauge blends LED drivers, push-button input
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the DS2788, which the company claims is the smallest standalone fuel gauge to integrate LED drivers and a push-button input for multiple Li+ cells into a single IC
2013-02-20 Characterise battery for use with fuel gauge
Here's a look at the setup and procedure for characterizing a battery.
2012-01-05 Cell characterization for fuel gauge
Learn about the recommended cell-characterization procedure for Maxim ModelGauge m3 fuel gauge.
2008-06-25 Bright future for solar cell market, says report
Worldwide investments in the production of photovoltaic cells will rise to the same level as those for semiconductor manufacturing by 2010 due to booming demand for solar energy, according to iSuppli.
2008-02-05 Battery fuel gauge with LDO rolls for mobile apps
TI has introduced two new battery fuel gauge devices with integrated LDOs for smart phones, mobile Internet devices and media players with embedded or removable batteries
2006-06-05 Battery fuel gauge does measurement, data storage
Dallas Semi's battery fuel gauge integrates current, voltage and temperature measurement and nonvolatile data storage in one IC
2010-02-05 How to generate golden image for single-cell impedance track devices
This application report describes the necessary process of configuring, calibrating, selecting chemistry and performing learning cycles for generating golden image for single-cell impedance track devices
2015-05-06 Apple, Samsung fuel growth in embedded touch display market
IHS predicted that embedded touch displays, including in-cell and on-cell touch displays, will comprise nearly 40 per cent of touch module shipments for mobile phone applications this year
2005-09-20 Toshiba DMFC prototypes slot in mobile audio players
Toshiba Corp. has developed two prototype direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) units and begun tests to validate their operation with mobile audio players.
2007-06-08 Time apt for cars' electronic makeover, says GM exec
Time is ripe to reinvent the automobile. So says the man who heads the R&D efforts over at General Motors.
2009-08-20 Taiwan injects $1.4B in green energy industry
The Taiwan government plans to invest about $1.4 billion in the domestic green energy industry, which includes solar energy equipment and lights that reduce power consumption.
2003-09-04 Sumitomo, Acumentrics form joint venture firm
Sumitomo Corp. and U.S.-based Acumentrics Corp. have announced the formation of a new company called Acumentrics Japan Co.
2005-09-01 Stacking up new energy storage options
Fuel cells power up future demands in energy consumption and storage
2009-05-11 ST taps FET's lithium battery tech
STMicroelectronics has signed a commercial agreement with Front-Edge Technology (FET), enabling ST to bring FET's NanoEnergy ultrathin lithium battery technology to a wide range of new markets and applications.
2002-12-19 SRE develops controllers for Ballard
CVF Technologies Corp. has completed a controller project for Ballard Power Systems.
2010-01-18 South Korea boosts drive for greener electronics
With all the industries fighting for product differentiation and the next killer applications, low power consumption and green technology, regardless of industries, are likely to be the continuing motto in 2010.
2010-01-19 South Korea bets on renewable energy
New renewable energy will help the Korea government's 'Low Carbon, Green Growth' vision to achieve new employment and economic growth, and enable security of green energy supply and energy export resources.
2008-01-02 Solving runtime gap in portables
This article describes how the combination of technology readiness and market dynamics suggest that there is a strong likelihood that portable electronics will be the first mass market for fuel cells, and the fuel cells will likely be DMFC
2002-03-27 Self-assembly technique yields flexible ceramic
An atomic self-assembly technique devised at Cornell University uses carbon polymers to create a new type of hybrid material that has the flexibility of polymers and the strength of ceramics.
2007-01-22 Sanyo, Hoku ink polysilicon deal
Hoku Materials, a division of Hoku Scientific Inc., has signed a polysilicon supply agreement with Japanese solar cell maker Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd
2012-09-24 Rohm: Recharge smartphones with hydrogen cells
Rohm's research yielded a smartphone-charging fuel cell that can generate electricity by producing hydrogen.
2010-07-26 Researchers use nanotech to get power from sewage
Oregon State University researchers discovered that a nanotech coating boosts the efficiency of microbial fuel cells by 20 times
2009-05-27 Researchers tout air-powered batteries
Researchers at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland have demonstrated prototypes of an air-powered battery in which the lithium cobalt oxide electrode in the fuel cell has been replaced with porous carbon.
2007-09-27 Researchers discover razor-like 'nanoblades'
The September 2007 issue of the Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology detailed the discovery of razor-like nanoblades that could be applied in energy storage and fuel cell technology.
2013-01-25 Research: Water, Si speed up hydrogen yield
University at Buffalo researchers found that when combined with water, silicon particles reacted to form silicic acid (a nontoxic byproduct) and hydrogena potential source of energy for fuel cells
2008-08-29 Renewable energy initiatives explore hydrogen, photosynthesis
Green energy projects are looking into ways to replace fossil fuels with renewable resources like hydrogen and photosynthesis.
2007-02-21 Polysilicon shortage could extend to 2012
Polysilicon shortage in the booming solar cell sector is expected to last until 2008 or longer. Some say the problem could extend out to 2012
2004-01-27 PolyFuel membrane eyes portable electronic devices
PolyFuel Inc. has released a membrane device designed for direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) apps.
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