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Energy Micro AS was a Norwegian fabless semiconductor company specializing in 32-bit RISC ARM chips now owned by Silicon Labs. The company focuses on ultra low energy consumption MCUs, SoC radios and RF Transceiver. Its EFM32 microcontroller families are based on the ARM Cortex-M0 or M3 processor core with a feature set for low power operation. Wikipedia.


Patent
Energy Micro | Date: 2010-10-14

An energy profiling apparatus for profiling power consumption characteristics of code being executed at an integrated circuit being powered by a power source and having a measurement module, a data processing module and a display module is disclosed. The energy profiling apparatus comprises first, second and third interfaces as well as a profile module. The first interface is configured to receive a first data set from the measurement module. The second interface is configured to receive a second data set from the data processing module. The third interface is configured to transmit a third data set to the display module. The profile module is configured to generate an energy profile of the code executed at the data processing module based on a correlation between the first data set and the second data set. Furthermore, the profile module is configured to transmit the energy profile as part of the third data set to the display module.


Patent
Energy Micro | Date: 2010-10-14

A low power reference device is disclosed. The low power reference device includes a precision reference module, a low power reference module, a calibration module, an output module and one or more sequencers. The precision reference module is configured to output a first reference signal while the low power reference module is configured to output a second reference signal. The calibration module is configured to receive the first and second reference signals and output a correction signal to the low power reference module. The output module is configured to receive the first and second reference signals and output a final reference signal. The one or more sequencers are configured to drive each of the precision reference modules, low power reference module, calibration module and output module according to a predetermined timing sequence.


Patent
Energy Micro | Date: 2010-10-14

An LCD driver for driving an LCD having a plurality of segments, wherein each segment is enabled by an RMS voltage exceeding a predefined turn-on threshold is disclosed. The LCD driver includes a control module, a power supply module, a reference module and a selector module. The control module is configured to output at least a clock, a first control, a second control and a third control. The power supply module is configured to receive a supply voltage and the first control, and output the supply voltage to the reference module. The reference module is configured to receive the supply voltage and the second control, and output a plurality of duty cycled and buffered reference voltages. The selector module is configured to receive the buffered reference voltages and the third control, and output one or more of the buffered reference voltages to one or more of the segments of the LCD according to a predefined sequence.


Patent
Energy Micro | Date: 2010-10-14

A direct peripheral interconnect (DPI) device and a method for providing a direct interconnect between peripherals are disclosed. The DPI device includes a selector configured to receive producer signals output by peripherals and control signals output by a control unit. The selector is configured to select and output one or more producer signals as an operable signal based on the received control signals. The DPI device also includes an operator having functions stored therein. The operator is configured to receive the operable signal and the control signals, and perform one or more of the functions on the operable signal based on the received control signals. The operator is configured to output a consumer signal corresponding to the operable signal, as well as a status signal providing update information to the main control unit.


Various embodiments are directed to systems and methods for facilitating the aggregation of carbon reduction credits resulting from finance loans financing the purchase of energy technology. For example, a credit aggregator may receive from a finance institution estimate parameters describing a loan type. The credit aggregator may calculate a value of a carbon reduction credit associated with each loan of the loan type considering the estimate parameters and display the value to the finance institution. In addition, the credit aggregator may receive bid data and booking data from the finance institution. When a credit is booked, the credit aggregator may receive from the finance institution periodic indications of a status of the intervention technology.

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