Consumer Devices2018-12-14T13:28:44+00:00

Consumer Devices

Stay Charged: Free Yourself from the Cord

A mobile device using Alta Device’s AnyLightTM power technology can capture light and convert it to extra battery life throughout the day. Just 10 minutes of sunlight on a typical smartphone gives you enough charge for a 15-minute phone call. A wearable device is only useful when it’s worn. With Alta’s AnyLight™ power technology, your device can stay on your wrist longer and can completely recharge itself with only 30 minutes of exposure to sunlight.

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Solar Power for Consumer Devices

Operating forever is a goal for consumer electronics everywhere. As a result, renewable energy sources, such as solar, are needed to achieve multiple week and month operation.

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Iot Brief

Solar Power for IoT, Wearables and Sensors

The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to be everywhere. Currently there are few alternatives to periodically replacing batteries in remote IoT sensor applications.

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Technology Performance Brief for Alta Devices’ Single Cell and Module

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Solar Power Energy Harvesting Electrical Integration

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Comparing Thin-film GaAs and Amorphous Silicon Solar Cells

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The Alta Advantage

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Unmatched Performance

by holding the single junction solar efficiency record at 29.1% we produce more power per unit area than any other solar material

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Lightweight and Flexible

with a mass of only 170 g/m2, and the ability to bend to cover curved surfaces, we are industry leading in our core design

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Designed To Fit

with a cell size of 2 x 5 cm and the capability to make custom arrays or shapes, we deliver a solar solution designed specifically to your product

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Wearables: Integrating Solar Cells into Fashion Items