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An energy harvester capable of converting low frequency vibrations into electrical energy is presented. The operating principle, fabrication process and output characteristics at different frequencies are discussed. The harvester is realized by fabricating an array of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) -iron nanowire nanocomposite cilia on a planar coil array. Each coil element consists of 14 turns and occupies an area of 600 µm x 600µm. The cilia are arranged in a 12x5 array and each cilium is 250 µmdoi:10.1109/tmag.2016.2527733 fatcat:6n7eu2uqszhw7fwrbjux2goziq