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Combating Environmental Impact in the Electronics Components Industry

The electronic industry has had an impact on our environment and will continue to have an impact while it continues to develop. Actively use electronic equipment for power generation, lighting, motor control, sensor and other applications. Greatly improved energy efficiency and environmental monitoring and control capabilities The proliferation of electronic products has led to a large amount of electronic waste produced by landfills, and the energy consumption has increased. But what can we do to solve this problem? Industry is exploring new ideas and trends to find solutions.
There are some popular but not popular green organic energy storage technologies, such as batteries: supercapacitors. They do not have the long-term storage capacity or capacity of traditional batteries. But the charging speed is faster, and it can withstand the charging cycle better than the traditional rechargeable battery. Since the self-discharge time of supercapacitors is usually one week, potential applications must be considered. Several suppliers provide supercapacitors. Figure 1 shows an example of KEMET supercapacitor packaging options. Some devices using battery capacitors can be charged under normal ambient light. This makes the device a natural energy collector, which uses light as the energy source to charge regularly and provide useful energy. Motion, temperature difference and light are probably the most popular forms of energy storage at present.
Practical cases help highlight high-value applications, such as low size, flexibility, one-time use and small and predictable floor space. The thin film battery market will continue to grow. A particularly interesting application case is the use of thin film batteries in UHF smart temperature tags. The label is about the size of a credit card and is slightly thicker than standard printing paper. The cold chain logistics manager is used for temperature-sensitive products, such as medical products, perishable food and flowers. These smart temperature tags combine radio frequency identification (RFID) and other technologies. Intelligent temperature detection and printed thin film battery can accurately track the time and temperature during product transportation and storage.
In addition, the consumer, cosmetics and medical markets are trying to use thin film batteries at the crossroads of the consumer and cosmetics markets. There are electric goggles. The mask is characterized by a small current device composed of flexible printed battery, electrode, adhesive tape and cover plate. Placing the patch on the skin will immediately generate a current circuit, and the cosmetics will flow from the active electrode in the facial mask to the skin. Other consumer market applications For thin film batteries, wearable electronic devices, motion monitoring devices, and Bluetooth sensor patches are also included. Low energy (BLE), connected to the side of the club head to measure acceleration and angular velocity. Medical applications of disposable thin film batteries, including diagnosis, treatment and patient monitoring equipment
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Post time: Mar-16-2023