Sunday, September 2, 2012

Recharge Gizmos with Sun Energy!

A new kind of solar cell that copies Mother Nature’s way of converting sunlight to energy is the new idea for going green in the electronics market.

This new cell uses a new kind of photosensitive dye to produce energy, the same way plants perform photosynthesis.

These dye sensitive cells will be used to power a wide range of electronic devices ranging from e-book readers to cell phones.

The photosensitive cell will work in full throttle in bright sunlight and also work in inside ambient light such as bulbs and tube lights.

The solar cells have 11 cells each and take about six-eight hours to fully charge the device in bright sunlight, but takes a little more time indoors.


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