This level of light can be used to generate tens of microwatt
power using a small (-10 c[m.sup.2] size) photovoltaic cell.
A633 nm laser was used, with power in the sample of order of microwatt
(mW) and the diffraction grating was 1800 lines per mm.
The prototype battery achieved an output power of about 1 microwatt
, while the power density per cubic centimeter was 10 microwatts
, which is enough for a modern artificial pacemaker.
Kang et al., "Room-temperature hydrogen-selective sensing using single Pt-coated ZnO nanowires at microwatt
power levels," Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, vol.
With the appearance of high-performance and low-dimensional thermoelectric materials, it has also promoted the development of micro-TEG which was used for power supply for microwatt
, milliwatt low-power devices, and its electric cooling .
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power of reference waves via liquid crystal light valve." Optics Communications 1981; 38:67-70.
The testing results in Table 2 show that by introducing sleep mode for the chip using a digital logic clock technology the power consumption of the Hall switch sensor was successfully reduced from the milliwatt level to the microwatt
level; the operate point and the release point of the switch were within the range of 3-7 mT, which is applicable to switches and distance detection that usually require a magnetic field intensity of 3-50 mT.
Currently, the term microcalorimetry defines heat measurements in a microwatt
range (RUSSEL et al., 2009; IUPAC, 2014).
embedded processor platform for medical system-on-chip applications.
A receiver VR-500 (YAESU) with antenna HB9CV and ten transmitters (Telemetrie-Service Dessau, V2 200 microwatt
, 60 days, 0.6 to 0.8 g) with individual frequencies where used.
The material generates 0.3 microwatt
per square centimeter.
The product's developers, engineers and scientists at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore, Tsinghua University in China, and Case Western Reserve University in the United States, believe the storage capacity by volume (called volumetric energy density) is the highest reported for carbon-based microscale supercapacitors to date: 6.3 microwatt
hours per cubic millimeter.