Perpetual Machines don't exist.



Perpetual Power does.




Here is How.

Ambient vibration is all around us.


It could power remote sensors that would monitor driving conditions, predict failing infrastructure, and even remediate road traffic.


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Large numbers of devices in a sensor network inexorably reduce the maintenance interval. Prolonging the sensor lifetime would greatly improve scalability and autonomy. 


Best-in-class transducer design optimized to provide the broadest dynamic response to low-frequency or impact driven excitations found in industrial and natural environments.


Unschedule maintenance of various assets in transportation and energy would be mitigated with real-time monitoring and predictive analytics of structural health data. 


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Pyro-E’s patented technology uses non-linear force amplification to gain power and efficiency. It results in a large bandwidth in vibrational response to excitation. Up to 300x higher energy conversion is found with variable excitations typically found in natural or man-made systems. 


The SSIM series power management circuit includes a full-wave bridge rectifier for AC to DC conversion, a buck-boost converter for impedance matching, and a self-start controller for power saving. The input-output efficiency is almost 3-fold higher than competitive chipsets for piezoelectric devices. 



Pyro-E custom designs and deploys solid-state technologies for energy harvesting applications. Our electromechanical device could extract energy from low-frequency, intermittent vibrations befitting of buildings, train rails, oil/gas pipelines, etc. By coupling with commercial sensors, vibrational energy harvesting enables other devices to operate without wiring, thus paving for an interconnected future that is attainable today.


Foreseeably, Pyro-E's unique perpetual sensor solution will 1) enable Smart Cities, 2) improve urban mobility, and 3) utilize a greater portion of the renewable energy resources.


News & Media

April 20, 2017

International Finalist

Pyro-E competed against 200+ international teams for the coveted Association of Equipment Manufacture Infrastructure Vision 2050 Competition.

June 23, 2013

National Finalist

Pyro-E put in a valiant effort but fell short of Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Business Plan Competition.

April 12, 2017


CA Energy Commission awarded Pyro-E on multiple projects in solid-state waste energy recovery and renewable energy demonstration. 

May 13, 2013


Pyro-E pitched to the Caltech-based cleantech business plan competition in pursuit of cash prizes and strategic partners.

November 7, 2013


Pyro-E leverages solid-state device to address energy recovery as Hawaii’s Energy Excelerator pours $5M into innovative cleantech startups. 

November 12, 2012


Pyro-E led this SBIR project to focused on the development of an efficient energy harvester for waste energy recovery. 



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