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rosgun
07.10.2019 kl 19:34 1105

Sjekk utviklingen.... økt etterspørsel fra sept 2018 til aug 2019.. Hvis Imprint har en kunde som nå vil bruke denne teknologien i en IOT eller f.eks til merking av produkter er THINFILM ready to roll....... Alt er testet og klart-ingen nødvendig tilpasning....... kjør på og la fabrikken endelig få vist sitt sinnsyke potensial og kapasitet. Her snakker vi BE i 2021 så det synger............IKKE GLEM AT TAPI OG BERICAP KAN BLI KUNDER OGSÅ MED DENNE METODEN. DET ER MIN GJETNING IALLEFALL. HVORFOR SKULLE IKKE DE VÆRE INTERESSERT I DEN NYESTE TEKNOLOGIEN PÅ SINE PRODUKTER ? ...

Thinfilm jakter fortsatt 4 andre samarbeidspartnere som var opprinnelige strategien. på veien kanskje produktet blir litt annerledes, nemlig de fra Imprint og ikke Thinfilms opprinnelige NFC tags.........


september 2018:
Imprint has continued its progress toward commercialization. Multiple manufacturing partners have
successfully printed Imprint batteries using their existing standard printing equipment, and Imprint
batteries are moving into field trials of IoT products. One of Imprint’s batteries has been especially
designed to power IoT devices that communicate using Semtech’s LoRa® devices and wireless radio
frequency technology (LoRa Technology) for low-power wireless networks, and Semtech and its partners
are early customers of Imprint batteries.
Imprint’s batteries are well-suited to powering large numbers of IoT devices, sensors and labels now
coming to market. Imprint has continued to advance both its ZincPoly™ battery chemistry and its
process technology for high-volume, low-cost production. The zinc polymer-based chemistry enables
environmentally-safer batteries that are rechargeable and/or disposable; offer higher energy density in
thin formats; show low resistance to support the power surges needed to wirelessly communicate over
long distances; and are simpler to make. Imprint’s manufacturing process technology has been
demonstrated on low-, medium- and high-volume printers, including common surface-mount
technology (SMT) lines and, as trials have demonstrated, roll-to-roll screen printers. This allows Imprint
partners, like electronic manufacturing services (EMS) firms and contract manufacturers, to make
batteries via a “mass print” approach rather than assembling them one at a time, and to directly
integrate Imprint batteries with sensors, chips and antennas, further reducing total device costs.


ALAMEDA – August 6, 2019 – Imprint Energy announced the expanded availability of its developer’s kit
for its ultrathin, safe, flexible, printed batteries. Imprint’s batteries are particularly well-suited for new
types of very high-volume applications such as smart labels, smart tags, medical patches, pill bottle
trackers, temperature tracking, medicine-delivery pens and more. The batteries pack the power to
communicate over short or long distances, and were especially designed to power IoT devices
integrated with Semtech’s LoRa® devices for low power wide area networks (LPWAN), as well as working
with Bluetooth Low Energy and other standards.
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