All Entries in the Category : EDLC

Supercapacitors, Ultracapacitors, Electronic Double Layer Capacitors.

Choosing the Right Capacitor for IoT

Analysts predict that by the end of 2015 that 15 billion devices will form the framework for the IoT, and this will increase by 235% to 50 billion devices by 2020.

: Aluminum, Ceramic, EDLC, Film, Manufacturers, R&D, Statistics, Tantalum |

How to kill an ultracapacitor

When working within their specified operating parameters, ultracapacitors will provide a stubbornly long and trouble-free existence. Ultracapacitors will outlast most other electronic components in any given application, which is why they are the perfect power delivery device in the most demanding environments.

: EDLC, Notes |

Using ultracapacitors in wind turbine applications

After designing capacitors for more than 20 years, it’s no surprise Chad Hall has a lot to say about ultracapacitors. Co-founder and VP of marketing and product management at Ioxus, Hall keeps a blog on the company’s website showcasing how ultracapacitors can benefit industries from automotive to renewable energy.

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Advanced Battery Tech From Recycled Cigarettes

Warren Buffett popularized the notion of investing in “cigarette butt” stocks. That is, extracting one last “puff” of value out of discarded stocks trading below liquidation value. Well, get ready to put a new spin on the term.

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Graphene-based planar micro-supercapacitors for on-chip energy storage

(Nanowerk News) The rapid development of miniaturized portable electronic devices, such as micro-electromechanical systems, microrobots and implantable medical devices, has stimulated intense demand for micro-scale power sources.

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Nano-supercapacitors for electric cars

Electric cars are very much welcomed in Norway and they are a common sight on the roads of the Scandinavian country – so much so that electric cars topped the list of new vehicle registrations for the second time.

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MRI Technique Developed for Peeking Inside Supercaps

A team of chemists from New York University and the University of Cambridge has developed a method for examining the inner workings of battery-like devices called supercapacitors, which can be charged up extremely quickly and can deliver high electrical power.

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