Effective design in battery-powered consumer products extends battery life without compromising on performance and functionality. This increases the amount of time the user can run the device without needing to stop and recharge, making electronics with low-power embedded systems more reliable, convenient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly.
Efficient Power Consumption in Embedded Devices
With extensive experience designing and implementing low-power embedded systems in battery-operated electronics, DMC’s experts understand how to optimize the settings and configurations of the platforms we work on, including sleep and low-power consumption modes. Our engineers select an optimal combination of firmware and hardware and write efficient embedded algorithms that work well within this framework.
Our areas of expertise include:
- Power optimization
- Sleep mode and power down for microcontrollers
- Rechargeable and primary battery design
- Efficient communication using Wi-Fi schemes Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth Smart and BLE)
- LoRa and LoRaWAN
DMC helps our clients develop custom internet connected devices, wearables, remote sensors, monitoring systems, and control systems. We utilize Bluetooth for short-range, low-power devices connected to mobile devices and smartphones. We use LoRa for large deployments of long-range, ultra-low power wireless devices with 10+ year battery life.
Our engineers can develop and design low-power battery electronics from the ground up, or help optimize your current system to extend battery life and improve efficiency.
Examples of Our Work