Nanopower’s nP-Zero reduces power consumption of low-power wireless systems by up to 99 per cent.
Power consumption is a limiting factor in the development of IoT applications. Most systems spend a large part of their time idling. This drains power while the system does nothing, and batteries must be replaced frequently. It is a direct threat to building sustainable, cost-efficient and scalable solutions.
Nanopower’s patented nP-Zero technology can reduce the power consumption of any low-power wireless system. The technology is suitable for condition monitoring, asset tracking, IoT beacons and a multitude of other IoT applications.
In deep sleep, the nP-Zero module can bring power consumption down to 14 nA. This is equivalent to 2 500 years of hibernation in a single coin cell battery. In monitoring mode, with an active sensor, power consumption is also extremely low at 500 nA.
Nanopower’s technology opens up new business opportunities for the company’s customers, offering developers the ability to build cost-efficient, easy-to-install and highly scalable IoT solutions.
The technology also enables sustainable operations by increasing efficiency and reducing battery waste.
The global IoT platform market size was USD 2.26 billion in 2019, and is expected to hit USD 13.31 billion by the end of 2026.
Nanopower also offers the nP-Monitor for continuous monitoring of temperature-sensitive goods during transport. It is a small form factor system featuring nP-Zero technology and various active sensors. It has a power consumption of 1 uA, which is equivalent to five years of system life using a CR 2032 battery.
Power management tool for wireless IoT systems
Reduces power consumption by up to 99%
Helps to extend battery life and reduce battery size