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Figure 4 shows the computed retinal exposure hazard level in units of microwatts at the retina as ranges for the conditions listed in Figure 3.
Present-generation sensors are very efficient and consume only 50 to 100 microwatts.
The FCC standard for radio frequency transmissions from base stations is 580 microwatts per square centimeter for a base station operating at a frequency of 800 to 900 MHz.
025 microWatts per megahertz per gate, which is about one-fourth to one-tenth of the power dissipation rating of many other foundries' current 0.
With power consumption as low as 150 microwatts in its active sensing state, the MGC3130 enables always-on 3D gesture recognition--even for battery-powered products where power budgets are extremely tight.
So far, the fuel cell can generate up to hundreds of microwatts - enough to power an ultra-low-power and clinically useful neural implant.
The researchers calculated that the device was able to generate 45 microwatts of power with just a single layer of PZT -- an improvement of two orders of magnitude compared to current designs.
The current US standard for cell site radiation in the US is 580-1000 microwatts per square centimetre.
Depending on actual temperature difference and heatsink efficiencies 150 microwatts to over 10 milliwatts of harvesting power are available.
The new device could generate 10 microwatts of power, which is about eight times the amount a pacemaker needs to operate, Karami said.
2 microwatts W, the SHT21 does not even need to be considered for the power management of the device.
Output power ranges from 100 Microwatts to over 10 Milliwatts, sufficient to offset most batteries.