All Entries in the Category : EDLC

Supercapacitors, Ultracapacitors, Electronic Double Layer Capacitors.

Kemet Introduces Supercapacitor Development Balancing Kit

Kemet Supercap ModuleGREENVILLE, S.C., July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – KEMET Corporation (NYSE: KEM), a leading global supplier of electronic components, today announced the release of its Supercapacitor Development Balancing Kit.

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Supercapacitor Advances Will Transform Electric Vehicles

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND — The new IDTechEx report “Functional Materials for Supercapacitors / Ultracapacitors / EDLC 2015-2025” explains the materials and performance, achievements and objectives of the 80 manufacturers of supercapacitors and supercabatteries and researchers.

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Nesscap offers 125V Ultracapacitor Modules

Nesscap offers 125V Ultracapacitor Modules.

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Supercapacitors are slowly emerging as novel tech for electric vehicles

A couple years ago Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in an offhand remark that he thought capacitors — rather than batteries — might be the energy storage tech to deliver an important breakthrough for electric transportation.

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Supercapacitors: First one up the drive

THE Goodwood Festival of Speed is rapidly becoming Britain’s de facto national motor show. Its backdrop, Goodwood House, is home to the Dukes of Richmond, the first of whom acquired his title by the clever expedient of being an illegitimate son of Charles II.

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Ultracaps Provide the Necessary Charge for Remote Power

In the modern world of connected everything, there are still sensors and equipment that can’t connect to the electric grid. Remote weather stations, pipeline monitors, navigation lights, security systems, and a host of other applications are forced to rely on energy sources that may be intermittent, unreliable, or of poor quality.

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Supercapacitor could store, conduct power on the same copper wires

One of the fundamental challenges of battery technology is that lithium-ion batteries — by far the best general option for energy storage currently in wide commercial use — are intrinsically bulky and heavy.

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