The PowerPlay unit is a passive fuel cell that uses some key technologies from the PowerChip® platform. The current version of the PowerPlay is for off-grid smartphone charging for professional and recreational users. The PowerPlay system, in future versions, could be optimized for tablets and other consumer electronics.
Dr. Chris D’Couto, President of Neah Power Systems, noted, “This shipment represents a significant milestone for the company. The use and evaluation of PowerPlay within a Fortune 110 Company will provide Neah Power Systems feedback to further optimize the product to meet this and other customer requirements.”
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About Neah Power
Neah Power Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: NPWZ) is a developer of long-lasting, efficient and safe power solutions for the military, transportation, and portable electronics applications. Neah uses a unique, patented and award winning, silicon-based design for its Powerchip® micro fuel cells that enable higher power densities, lower cost and compact form-factors. The PowerPlay™ is a low cost polymeric fuel cell leveraging some elements of the PowerChip® manufacturing. Previous awards include the 2012 ZINO Green finalist, the 2010 WTIA finalist, and 2010 Best of What’s New™ Popular Science and other awards.
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