Initially Elektrozel's domain consisted of standard electronics for household appliances (including power supplies for magnet motors in meat grinders or cutters, rotary speed regulators for vacuum cleaners, or systems for controlling stove hood operation). The next stage was the design of dedicated systems (including IRD remotes or machines with reverse operation). Currently, we increasingly often also execute non-standard projects, where the challenge is finding a unique solution, a proper design, and its subsequent implementation.
Three undoubtedly valuable sources of natural energy are the Sun, water and wind. All three are fully available when sailing a yacht or a ship. The use of energy acquired in this manner for immediate needs is currently not an issue, however its utilization at a later time is no small challenge.
The solution was such preparation of electronic components which would enable not only to convert a direct current into alternating, but would also make it possible to accumulate energy from various sources, allowing it to be used at later hours (e.g. at night). The energy banks created in this way make it possible to limit wasting the already generated electricity, allowing users to be independent of the weather.
The use of digital transmission is not an issue in an enclosed room, but it is not as easy in an open space, e.g. due to inability to provide a sufficient number of screens or create a large enough number of points for dispensing the necessary devices.
The above situation became a challenge which needed to be overcome by Elektrozel.
The solution was using the telephones of individual users, through the incorporation of electronic NFC tags, with appropriately recorded information, readable by any smartphone equipped with this technology. A small electrical plate embedded in concrete with the proper structure draws the data recorded on a smartphone, turning the platform (or even the seat) into a multimedia information center.