Turquoise Morning returns to local TV

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, October 24, 2016 – Turquoise Morning, our TV show resumes on Monday on both PTV8 and 4News and we are totally thrilled at what you will see of our Caribbean region.It’s fun, it’s funny, you will see things you have never seen before and possibly we can take you visually to where you have never been before… we are back on local TV with the show that celebrates the people, the places and the plans of the Caribbean..Watch it Mondays thru Fridays on 4News at 7am or PTV Mondays & Thursdays at 7am…we’re on Flow too, look for One Caribbean Television or online anytime when you subscribe to Magnetic Media TV our YouTube channel.  #turquoisemorningshow  #thecaribbean  #haitirelief  #bahamashurricanerelief   Turks and Caicos online video newscasts; watch now or later Editorial: Listen to your Mama Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#deandreahamilton, #funmorningshow, #turquoisemorning Recommended for you Don’t blame Magnetic Media, the public has a right to know – we are doing our joblast_img read more

Battery embedded in circuit board demonstrated at Tokyo exhibition

first_img Explore further (PhysOrg.com) — Looking to the future of powering mobile devices, Japanese company Oki Printed Circuits recently demonstrated a prototype of a 0.8-mm-thick printed circuit board embedded with a 170-μm-thick rechargeable all-solid-state Lithium-ion battery. The prototype was on display at the JPCA Show 2010 in Tokyo last week, and the company hopes to bring the product to market next year. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Battery embedded in circuit board demonstrated at Tokyo exhibition (2010, June 6) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-06-battery-embedded-circuit-board-tokyo.html Panasonic Starts Mass-Production of High-Capacity 3.1 Ah Lithium-ion Battery More information: via: Tech-On and The Green Optimistic So far, there have been only a few circuit boards that have come with integrated energy devices. For instance, some circuit boards in mobile phones have embedded double layer capacitors to store energy, but these capacitors tend to have problems with high leak currents that increase the number of charges and drain the battery faster than normal. On the other hand, embedding the entire battery into a circuit board makes it possible to reduce leak currents and the number of charges, as well as reduce the peak power of the system. Oki Printed Circuits’ embedded thin-film battery, which is a product of Infinite Power Solutions, has an output voltage of 4.2V and a 0.7mAh capacity. With these parameters, the device could turn an LED lamp off and on, as demonstrated at the exhibition. If the battery’s power can be scaled up in the future, it might also be used to power other electronic devices.An article at The Green Optimistic mentions another potential future application of embedded batteries: “Electric cars could also benefit from an embedded battery that is spread all over the vehicle in independent modules that could power various parts of the car. When they break, the embedded batteries would also be changed easily and cheaper than if a total replacement of a unique and bigger battery would be needed.”Oki Printed Circuits plans to expand the applications of the technology with several corporate partners, and hopes to commercialize the device in 2011. (Left) The printed circuit board embedded with a thin-film rechargeable battery. (Right) The prototype lights an LED lamp. Image credit: Oki Printed Circuits. © 2010 PhysOrg.comlast_img read more