Typically three orders of magnitude higher than is possible with traditional electrolytic capacitors this higher energy density means that Nesscap’s EDLC technology enables the ultracapacitor to store and release energy much faster than batteries, which rely on slower chemical reactions.
Featuring four snap-in terminals, these cells are able to offer more durable connectivity and functionality to meet the requirements of industrial applications. Both compact and lightweight these EDLCs are designed for use in applications such as automotive board net stabilisation, UPS/back up power, wind turbine pitch controls, handheld portable devices, emergency lighting, start/stop, power correction, sea buoys, robotics and military systems.
At 35.7mm in diameter and 63.5mm long, the new cell weighs just 67g and guarantees operation over a minimum of 500,000 cycles, having a typical operational lifetime of 10years. Internal resistance is lower than 3.2mOhm for 100Hz AC and DC voltages.
With an operating temperature range of -40 to + 65°C, the cell is suitable for applications where extreme temperature capability is important.