Emerson Electric and Perpetua have agreed to terms formalizing an expanded business relationship that strengthens and deepens the relationship between the two companies.
Perpetua thermoelectric energy harvester Power Pucks® convert heat flow from temperature differences commonly found in industrial process environments directly into electricity. Power Pucks help customers by providing long-life power and alleviating concerns about the battery life of wireless transmitters. Perpetua’s intrinsically safe products are designed for Emerson wireless transmitters and allow them to operate at their maximum update rate for the life of the transmitter without battery replacement.
“Having worked with many customers to bring them the benefits of energy harvesting for their Emerson wireless transmitters, we are pleased about the prospects of a larger relationship with Emerson,” said R. Jon Hofmeister, President of Perpetua. “Our goal is to greatly expand the number of customers who will be able to secure the benefits of Emerson wireless technology powered with Perpetua energy harvesters. This agreement is an important step forward.”
Perpetua Power Source Technologies, Inc. exists so that customers can achieve the benefits of long-life power. Using energy harvesting technologies, Perpetua products function like renewable batteries that last as long as the products they power. Customers are able to avoid battery replacements and line power wiring costs, increase usage rates, and expand into a wider range of environments and applications. Perpetua’s plug-and-play Power Pucks® power the world’s leading wireless sensors and are available for purchase from Perpetua, as well as directly from Emerson and GE. Applications range from powering pressure, temperature, vibration, and other sensors within industries spanning metallurgy, chemical processing, power plants, oil and gas, and many others. Perpetua is continually innovating and thrives on bringing the benefits of long-life power to the market. For additional information, please visit www.perpetuapower.com.