pcb integration of dye-sensitised solar cells for low-cost networked embedded systems
However, in deploying a large number of real
The world\'s physical sensors believe that replacing used batteries is not feasible.
A solution to this problem may include energy collection technology. g. solar panels.
Solar panels are currently relatively expensive as they take time
Consumption, so the assembly process is costly.
As an alternative, this paper proposes a new method for powering networked sensors: direct integration of solar cells onto sensor node printed circuit boards.
This method does not require manual assembly or expensive connectors.
This paper introduces the test results and feasibility analysis of direct integration of dyes
Solar cells on the circuit board.
Preliminary results show that this method is feasible for networked sensors.
The purpose of this work is to develop a method of assembling a complete system using a single production process consisting of printed circuit boards, components and power supplies.
The first step has been taken to achieve this goal, and the author believes that the proposed approach may be big in the future-scale, low-
The cost of wireless sensor networks.