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Analog Devices Inc. Smart Energy Harvesting FCI Design

Analog Devices’ Smart Energy Harvesting and Low Power Fault Circuit Indicator Design is a complete, ultra-low power signal chain including signal conversion, processing, and wireless communication.

Highly integrated power management units provide high-efficiency energy harvesting and power conversion while simplifying operation from multiple power sources. Dedicated battery ICs provide complete battery management and protection and support constant current and constant voltage charging of multiple battery chemistries.

Analog Devices' low-power op-amps have a wide dynamic range and high slew rate enabling high accuracy current measurements. At the core of the design are high-performance, ultra-low-power Arm Cortex-M3-based MCUs with an analog subsystem that further simplifies design, while integrated security and cryptographic functions enhance safety and reliability.

Smart and highly integrated transceivers reduce RF design complexity and cover standard ISM bands, providing reliable, long-range wireless communication.

  • ADP5091: ultralow-power energy harvester PMU with MPPT and charge management
  • LT3652: Power tracking 2 A battery charger for solar power
  • ADA4051-x: 1.8 V, µpower, Zero-Drift, rail-to-rail op-amps
  • ADuCM302x ultra-low-power 32-bit Arm Cortex-M3-based MCUs
  • ADF702x: Easy-To-Use, Low Power, Sub GHz, ISM/SRD, FSK/GFSK, Transceiver ICs

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