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Mini air conditioner Sony Reon Pocket 5


Summer is a time for relaxation and travel, but often the heat can turn this time into an unbearable torment. Meet a new product from Sony - the Reon Pocket 5 mini-air conditioner, which promises to make summer more comfortable for its users.

Sony has introduced a unique device - the Reon Pocket 5 mini-conditioner, which provides body cooling on hot days. With it, users can enjoy coolness anytime, anywhere by simply wearing it around their neck.

This mini air conditioner is equipped with automatic adjustment of operating modes, as well as temperature and humidity sensors. Thanks to innovative technologies, Reon Pocket 5 adjusts its operation depending on the user's activity and environmental conditions.

Users can easily adjust the temperature using a dedicated mobile app connected via Bluetooth. Additionally, specially designed T-shirts and shorts are available for convenience, to which a mini conditioner can be attached.

The device can cool the temperature by an average of 13°C.

The Reon Pocket 5 mini air conditioner from Sony is an innovative solution to combat the heat in the summer. Its smart features, ease of use and affordable price make it an attractive choice for anyone looking to stay cool on hot days.

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The DPS422 from Infineon is a digital barometric pressure sensor with a built-in precision temperature meter. Pressure measurement is carried out using a capacitive sensor, which guarantees high accuracy over a wide range of operating temperatures. With a miniature 2,0x2,5x0,73mm package and low power consumption of 1,7uA, the new DPS422 is ideal for battery-powered miniature IoT devices.

Measurement of pressure and temperature takes place using a 24-bit ADC. Measurement results can be obtained via the I2C or SPI interface, and if necessary, you can use separate interrupt lines and an internal FIFO buffer for 32 values. Each sensor is calibrated during production. The individual spread is stored as fixed correction factors, which are available through internal registers.

Features of DPS422:

miniature package 8-pin LGA, 2,0x2,5x0,73 mm (typ.);
operating range: pressure: 300...1200 hPa, temperature: -40...85°C;
resolution: +- 0,005 hPa (or +-5 cm);
relative accuracy: +-0,06 hPa (or +-50 cm);
absolute accuracy: +- 1 hPa (or +-8 m);
temperature measurement accuracy: +- 0,4°C;
measurement dependence on temperature: < 0,5Pa/K;
measurement time: 27,6 ms for standard mode (16x). 3,6ms minimum;
average consumption: 1,7 µA for pressure, 2 µA for temperature;
power supply: VDDIO: 1,2...3,6 V, VDD: 1,7...3,6 V;
operating modes: on demand, automatic, sleep;
individual factory calibration with preservation of corr. coefficient;
FIFO: saving up to 32 measurement results;
interface: I2C with interrupts, 4-lanes SPI, 3-lanes SPI with interrupts.

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