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trameto.com

Founded Year

2016

Stage

Seed - II | Alive

About Trameto

Trameto is developing intelligent, ultra-efficient power management devices for universal micro energy harvesting to enable applications such as 'self-sustaining' autonomous wireless devices for the internet of things. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Swansea, Wales.

Trameto Headquarters Location

Swansea, Wales,

United Kingdom

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Trameto Patents

Trameto has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Analog circuits
  • Electric power conversion
  • Electrical engineering
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

9/4/2017

4/23/2019

Energy conversion, Analog circuits, Electric power conversion, Photovoltaics, Electrical engineering

Grant

Application Date

9/4/2017

Grant Date

4/23/2019

Title

Related Topics

Energy conversion, Analog circuits, Electric power conversion, Photovoltaics, Electrical engineering

Status

Grant

Latest Trameto News

Platform for developing EH PMICs

Sep 14, 2022

Trameto, a manufacturer of power management semiconductors for energy harvesting (EH PMICs), has introduced a proof-of-concept platform for evaluating how to generate a reliable micro-power source from ambient light and heat. Called Severn, the compact platform can be used as a prototype because its size and form factor could be adopted for production. An engineering sample of the TM2040, a four-input, smart EH PMIC is at the heart of Severn. Up to four harvesters of the same or mixed type can be connected to any of its inputs without additional interface components. Each harvester typically generates microwatts to milliwatts of power. The Severn platform includes a photovoltaic (PV) harvester on a hinged backing to allow optimal positioning and a thermoelectric generator (TEG) with an air heatsink, all housed in an acrylic case. Magnets facilitate the platform’s attachment to a warm, ferrous surface when working with the TEG. Daughter boards are supplied to allow for additional harvester inputs, deliver output power to the application, and communications. A Windows GUI is also available, which can display harvested power and status information. The user locates the Severn where there is an artificial or natural light source for the PV panel and a warm surface relative to ambient air for stimulating the TEG. The TM2040’s inputs adapt autonomously to the harvester type connected, and any changing ambient conditions, maximising energy capture. The PMIC then combines the energy from each input into a common store. On the Severn platform, this store is a super-capacitor. When the capacitor is fully charged, the TM2040 delivers a 1.8V DC, regulated supply at up to 15mA for powering wireless IoT sensors and modules. Micro-energy harvesting is a key enabler in the development of autonomous sensors that do not require batteries, or for sensor applications where there is a need to minimize the number of battery changes over the sensors’ operating life. Huw Davies, CEO of Trameto, said: “The Severn platform is an example of how to create a reliable power supply for an edge IoT device from ambient light and/or heat in a compact form-factor, and showcases the TM2040’s ability to simultaneously and effectively manage the energy from multiple harvesters.” The Severn platform is available now and a user guide can be downloaded from https://trameto.com/resources/ . Recommended Articles

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  • When was Trameto founded?

    Trameto was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Trameto's headquarters?

    Trameto's headquarters is located at Swansea.

  • What is Trameto's latest funding round?

    Trameto's latest funding round is Seed - II.

  • Who are the investors of Trameto?

    Investors of Trameto include Horizon 2020, Innovate UK, Swansea Innovations and Development Bank of Wales.

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