A ring shaped bluff body was placed inside the pipe to induce turbulence in the fluid stream. As the harvesters have been arranged downstream of the bluff body, they were forced to oscillate independent of the media. In each case, deformation of the active layers led to a polarization and a separation of electrical charges. Experiments were carried out in a wind channel as well as in a water pipe. In air, the spool oscillates with a frequency of about 30Hz, at a wind speed of about 7m/s. A -Voltage of about 4V (peak-peak) was measured. This delivers in case of power adjustment, power values of about 0.54μW. In water, the velocity of the fluid was limited to nearly one tenth. Oscillation starts only at a water speed above 0.6m/s. The average oscillation frequency is about 18Hz. At a velocity of 0.74m/s, a peak-peak-Voltage up to about 2.3V was found. In case of impedance adjustment, the power was about 0.33μW. This power is stored in a capacitor. Assuming a data transmission unit consumes about 0.2 mWs during one operational period of 1 second, the duty cycle time can be calculated to about 6.2 minutes for air harvesting and 10.1 minutes for harvesting in water.