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February 25th, 2008

Supercapacitors solve power delivery problems

Abstract:
The Cap-XX G Series of ultrathin general-purpose Supercapacitors is now available from Tecate Industries. Comprising the GS and GW Series of single- and dual-cell supercapacitors, the RoHS-compliant parts offer an ideal answer to the power delivery limitations of batteries and other current-limited energy sources, including conventional capacitors.

These parts, which boast low impedance, a very low profile and competitive pricing, are well suited for cost-sensitive portable applications.

The supercapacitors offer long-life performance at up to 2.3V in the single-cell versions and 4.5V in dual-cell configurations, with two cells connected in series.

Both versions operate from -40 to +75C and boast the smallest and thinnest form factor for any given ESR and capacitance.

Featuring a novel nanotechnology construction that packs the highest energy and power densities in a thin, lightweight prismatic package, the G Series is optimal for a wide range of handheld and portable wireless, consumer, and industrial devices.

They solve power delivery problems in applications in which pulsed loads draw greater power than the voltage source (typically a battery or current-limited power supply) can comfortably deliver.

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