Take Your Energy Source Life to the Extreme! eXtreme Low Power PIC® Microcontrollers (Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe 2012)

Harald Traub, Senior Field Applications Engineer
Microchip
United Kingdom
 
May 15, 2012.

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Presentation Summary

  • Critical needs of low power applications
  • nanoWatt eXtreme Low-Power (XLP) Technology Introduction
  • Power-Down modes
  • Run power consumption
  • Complimentary Low Power Analog & Memory
  • XLP Development Tools

Speaker Biography (Harald Traub)

Harald Traub has studied Physikalische Technik at the Fachhochschule Heilbronn.
His first job was as development engineer at an automotive supplier for several years.
Since 2002 he is working as Field Application Engineer for Microchip Germany.

Company Profile (Microchip Technology Inc.)

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Microchip are able to assist you with all aspects of your energy design. We know that accuracy, reliability and total system cost are important factors in your design applications.
 
Microchip's complete portfolio of 8- and 16-bit PIC® microcontrollers, energy measurement ICs, analog components and serial EEPROMs allows you to drive directly inexpensive LED and LCD displays, add wireless communication for automated meter reading, implement anti-tampering techniques, enjoy low power design with nanoWatt technology and integrate real time clock for advanced billing schemes. Not just experts in providing microcontroller, EEPROM and analogue solutions, our global team of field applications engineers can help with software examples or calibration techniques and a comprehensive range of reference designs.
 
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