New Thermoelectric Generator Device Turns Waste Heat into Electricity

A new thermoelectric generator (TEG) has demonstrated how it can turn wasted energy into 200 watts of electricity that can be used in vehicles for added power. The device created by GMZ Energy is a module measuring one square inch, and a quarter-inch thick that uses a unique method to decrease heat leakage and provide an increase in performance.

New Edition of IEC 62047-20 Published

The International Electrotechnical Committee published a new edition of IEC 62047-20. IEC 62047-20 applies to “Semiconductor devices - Micro-electromechanical devices - Part 20: Gyroscopes.” The new edition... Read More...

New Edition of IEC 62047-22 Published

The International Electrotechnical Committee published a new edition of IEC 62047-22. IEC 62047-22 applies to “Semiconductor devices - Micro-electromechanical devices - Part 22: Electromechanical tensile test m... Read More...