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Cymbet Releases Solid-State, Rechargeable Energy Devices

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Cymbet EnerChip rechargeable solid-state energy devices are designed for energy storage and power management. Packaged as a surface mount technology (SMT) component, the EnerChip provides energy storage in a small form factor. Cymbet’s EnerChip family is suited for applications where battery backup power is needed to maintain the settings of microcontroller memories, real-time-clocks and SRAM during power loss or power failures. EnerChip devices can provide back-up power ranging from a few hours to several weeks depending on the stand-by current requirements of the system.

There are six standard devices in the EnerChip product line:

  • EnerChip CBC012-D5C: is a 12uAh rechargeable solid-state energy device packaged in a 6-pin DFN package.
  • EnerChip CC CBC3112-D7C: is a 12uAh rechargeable solid-state energy device with integrated power management packaged in a 20-pin DFN package.
  • EnerChip CBC012-BDC: is a 12uAh rechargeable solid-state energy device bare die to be co-packaged with other integrated circuits in a single package or multi-chip module.
  • EnerChip CBC050-M8C: is a 50uAh rechargeable solid-state energy device packaged in a 16-pin QFN package.
  • EnerChip CC CBC3150-D9C: is a 50uAh rechargeable solid-state energy device with integrated power management packaged in a 20-pin DFN package.
  • EnerChip CBC50-BDC: is a 50uAh rechargeable solid-state energy device bare die to be co-packaged with other integrated circuits in a single package or multi-chip module.

When coupled with energy harvesting techniques, these devices can provide the energy storage to build self-contained, long-lived powered systems that have minimal negative environmental impact, according to the company. As a solid-state device, the EnerChip is RoHS compliant and the company says it contains no hazardous materials, flammable solvents or liquids that can harm the user or the environment.

For more information, visit Cymbet.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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