microwatt


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microwatt

[′mī·krə‚wät]
(mechanics)
A unit of power equal to one-millionth of a watt. Abbreviated μW.
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The microWATT Lighting Controller utilizes state-of-the-art, soft-start, relay-switching circuitry that makes it possible to switch ballasts with high in-rush currents.
Followed with this acquisition, Microwatt will be operating out of its Florida facility under the name Laser Components Pyro Group Inc.
Followed by this acquisition, Microwatt will be operating out of its Florida facility under the name Laser Components Pyro Group Inc.
Several advanced low power techniques, Synopsys Embedded Memories and Standard Cells used to meet 400 microwatt budget
Operating at an ultra-low current level measured in nanoamps, the MAX17710 accepts energy from a variety of poorly regulated energy harvesting sources with output levels ranging from 1 microwatt to 100mW.
This unique report reflects the new reality that energy harvesting - creation of off-grid electricity where it is needed, using ambient energy - is now one subject from microwatts for wireless sensors to kilowatts for vehicles and buildings.
By maintaining and opportunistically updating its internal fine time, frequency, and satellite data, the Nano Spider consumes mere microwatts of battery power.
09 microwatts, while international standards approve a wavelength of 10 megawatts in a 500-metre radius," said Mr Taqi.
Analysis: To compare light sources at a fixed light level, the appropriate quantitative comparison factor is the amount of potential hazard in units of microwatts of "hazard radiation" per lumen of visible light.
The radio wave exposure standard in the US, Canada, and Germany is 200 to 1000 microwatts per square centimeter ([mu]W/[cm.
Transmitting the microwatts of energy via radio frequency waves to an antenna on the contact lens has proved to be a safer and more power-efficient alternative than using batteries, he says.