All Entries in the Tag : Ultracap

Nesscap offers 125V Ultracapacitor Modules

Nesscap offers 125V Ultracapacitor Modules.

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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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Supercapacitors can Destroy the Li-Ion Battery Market

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND — As tracked by market research company IDTechEx and further explained in the recently updated report “Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors: Supercapacitors 2014-2024”, supercapacitors are improving faster than lithium-ion batteries in most respects.

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Maxwell Sets New Standards for Energy, Power and Ruggedness

SAN DIEGO, June 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: MXWL), a leading developer and manufacturer of ultracapacitor-based energy storage and power delivery solutions, announced the latest addition to its K2 series of ultracapacitor cells.

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Car makers like stop-start supercapacitors

Overall, 2014 is expected to be a great year for the supercapacitor industry. This is the prediction of technology market analyst IDTechEx which looked at last year’s industry results and estimated a 30% CAGR for the supercapacitor market in the next 10 years. The supercapacitor market will reach a value of $6bn in 2024.

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Paper Batteries: Are They for Real?

When I first heard about paper batteries, I was skeptical. I have worked with companies that had batteries on mylar and similar materials, but paper? I was intrigued, so I agreed to speak to Shreefal Mehta, CEO, and Dave Rich, Senior Director, at The Paper Battery Company.

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New technique to manufacture super-capacitors cheaply

SARL News report that scientists at George Washington University have devised a new technique to manufacture super-capacitors at a fraction of the current cost.

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