micropower


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micropower

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌpaʊə)
n
(General Engineering) power distributed on a small scale using local generators
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Micropower Labs is also selected for 'Amazon Launchpad', as their product - 'Flash Pack' will be made available on AMAZON, in a special category of startups.
Wittmann Battenfeld has been well established in medical technology for a number of years, offering injection molding machines--specifically, the all-electric EcoPower series and the MicroPower series--for cleanroom manufacturing.
They were fine," says Raffa, but Tessy's interest in the Battenfeld micromolders was reawakened when Wittmann GmbH of Austria purchased Battenfeld in 2008 and revived the micromolding line under the new MicroPower brand.
International Resource News-January 13, 2015--SunEdison signs framework agreement with Omnigrid Micropower
US-based solar energy firm SunEdison has joined hands with India's Omnigrid Micropower Company (OMC) to set up 250 MW of solar power generation capacity through 5,000 rural projects in India.
On a MicroPower 15/10 series injection moudling machine, the company produced lenses for medical devices from highly transparent liquid silicone in response to LSR "gaining more and more significance" in the optical sector as well as in medical technology.
New from MicroPower Direct, the MD600xRW series provides 6W of output power in an ultra-miniature SIP package.
The LD48 Series, now available now from MicroPower Direct, is a family of miniature, DC/DC LED drivers.
According to the study led by Evgeny Katz of Clarkson University, the snail with the implanted biofuel cell will be able to operate in a natural environment, producing sustainable electrical micropower for activating various bioelectronic devices.
The buyer intends to lease the property, between Sixth and Seventh avenues to Micropower USA/ Micropower Career Institute, a school for continuing education that already has seven other locations in the city.
Speaking at an event during the Sustainable Energy Week, Charles Bradshaw-Smith, president of Micropower Europe, saw "almost universal" support for microgeneration.
The Micropower Council - the umbrella body of the UK microgeneration industry - complained that grants are no longer available towards the cost of installing solar panels in the public sector and charities.