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Brother reveals vibration-charged low-power batteries

Posted on Tuesday, July 20 2010 @ 05:32:23 CEST by

Engadget writes Brother Industries is working on batteries that can turn vibrational energy into electricity. This type of batteries could be used for low-power devices like TV remotes.
Brother Industries has a plan, and it doesn't involve ink for once -- the Japanese printer company's developed a set of prototype batteries you simply shake to charge. AA and AAA models are already in the works, though you shouldn't expect to slot them into cameras or R/C cars, as the miniature electromagnetic induction generators inside are designed for infrequently used gadgets and provide as little as 10mW (or as much as 180mW) when shook.



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