All Entries in the Tag : Supercap

NEC/Tokin Supercaps Feature ‘Infinite’ Charge /Discharge Cycles

NEC:Tokin EDLCNew NEC/Tokin supercapacitors are now available from Farnell element14. A supercapacitor combines the characteristics of general capacitors and batteries, making them particularly useful as a secondary battery, such as power back-up in DC circuits and as a back-up device for the power shut-down of microcomputers and RAM.

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AGM Batteries vs. Ultracapacitors for Micro Hybrid Start/Stop

We’re already familiar with the basics for how ultracapacitors function, but what about AGM (absorbed glass mat) batteries? What are the differences, and why are they so frequently confused?

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Supercapacitor market worth $2.10 billion by 2020

Supercapacitor Market by Materials, Products, Applications, and Geography – Analysis & Forecast (2013 – 2020)”, published by MarketsandMarkets. The global Supercapacitor Market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 26.93% from 2014 to 2020, which includes in-depth analysis of materials, products, application and geography.

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Rutronik: Panasonic Goldcaps Provide Low Cost Solution

The Goldcaps were developed by Panasonic’s Central Research Laboratory in 1972 and introduced to the commercial market in 1978.

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DigiKey: Cooper low ESR supercaps offer long-life reliability

Cooper SupercapDesigned to deliver a technology to last for an application’s lifespan, Cooper Bussmann XB series supercapacitors are now available from Digi-Key. Ultra-low ESR and high capacitance supply pulse power, making other energy sources more efficient.

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Supercapacitors follow trends in consumer electronics

2014 has opened with interesting trends for the energy storage space in consumer electronics. IDTechEx has previously explored the trends that are affecting the future of consumer electronics and portable devices. Firstly, they are becoming increasingly thinner.

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Maxwell: Ultracaps offers metro operators 20% savings

SOUTH KOREA: Metro operators in Seoul, Daejon and Incheon have achieved power savings of more than 20% using ultracapacitor braking energy recuperation technology, according to ultracapacitor manufacturer Maxwell Technologies.

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