Cypress introduces new Energy Harvesting Evaluation Kit on Mouser

Cypress introduces new Energy Harvesting Evaluation Kit on Mouser
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user Electronics, Inc. is now shipping the CYALKIT-E04 S6AE102A and S6AE103A evaluation kit (EVK) from Cypress Semiconductor.

Cypress Semiconductor CYALKIT-E04 S6AE102A & S6AE103A Evaluation Kit allows for developing battery-free applications with an energy harvesting device. The kit has an S6AE102A board, S6AE103A board, sensor board with a solar module, wires, and a battery for testing configurations. The kit can be used as a stand-alone device or in conjunction with the CY8CKIT-042-BLE Bluetooth Low Energy Pioneer kit. Use with the CY8CKIT-042 to demonstrate and develop applications that power a BLE device using harvested energy.

Features

    • The S6AE102A/103A boards support the following:
  • Selecting the mode (Energy-driven mode / Event-driven mode 1 / Event-driven mode 2, Timer-driven mode) using a switch
  • Charging the surplus solar energy to a 0.33-F super capacitor
  • Reset button for S6AE102A/S6AE103A
  • LEDs for status
  • Test pin header for ground
    • The sensor board supports the following:
  • Expansion board for sensor/battery input
  • Magnetic door sensor (reed switch)
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Reference schematic, BOM list, and layout for easy design.
  • Sample firmware for CY8CKIT-042-BLE to work with EVK

Kit Contents

    • S6AE102A board, which uses the following Cypress device:
  • Solar-optimized energy harvesting power management IC S6AE102A
    • S6AE103A board, which uses the following Cypress device:
  • Solar-optimized energy harvesting power management IC S6AE103A
  • Sensor board (magnetic door sensor, light sensor)
  • Series Solar Module (Panasonic AM-1801)
  • Coin battery (CR2032)
  • Two jumper wires
  • Quick Start Guide

INR 4000 in India

More information HERE.

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