Small size, large capacitance, the capacitance is 30~40 times larger than that of the same volume electrolytic capacitor
Fast charging, reaching 95% of rated capacitance in 10 seconds
Strong charging and discharging ability, the number of charging and discharging can reach more than 105 times
Fail-open circuit, no over-voltage breakdown, safe and reliable
Super long life, up to 400,000 hours or more
Simple charging and discharging circuit
Voltage type: 2.3v 2.5V 2.75V 3.6V 5.5V 12.0V and other series
Capacitance range: 0.022F--10F--1000F and other series
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Can supercapacitors be used as battery replacements?
In some applications, supercapacitors are a replacement for batteries; in others, supercapacitors support batteries. In some cases, supercapacitors may not be able to store enough energy, and batteries may become necessary. For example, when the ambient energy source (eg, the sun) is intermittent, such as at night, the stored energy must be used not only to provide peak power, but also to support the application for longer periods of time.
If the peak power required exceeds the amount the battery can provide (such as doing GSM calls at low temperatures or low-power transmission), the battery can charge the supercapacitor with a small amount of power, and the supercapacitor provides the large pulsed power. This construction also means the battery is never deeply cycled, extending battery life. Supercapacitors store a physical charge, not a chemical reaction like a battery, so supercapacitors have practically infinite cycle life.
What is a supercapacitor? A supercapacitor, also known as a supercap or electrochemical capacitor, is an energy storage device similar to a battery. Unlike traditional batteries, they store energy through an electric field rather than a chemical reaction. Supercapacitors offer advantages in terms of high energy density and power density, making th