In Stock: 3.0V/370F Supercapacitor Cell in Proprietary Cylindrical Can Design & Activated Dry Cell Electrode Technology

2022-06-29T17:32:19-05:00June 29th, 2022|Categories: Featured Supercapacitors, LICAP, Supercapacitors/Ultracapacitors|

LICAP's can assembly process ensures a robust connection of the electrode and a reliable welded hermetic seal. A variety of solder post and snap-in lead styles are available to meet customer requirements.

In Stock: 48V/165F Supercapacitor Module with Temperature Monitor, Voltage Monitor & Voltage Management Included

2022-06-22T12:25:49-05:00June 22nd, 2022|Categories: Featured Supercapacitors, LICAP, Supercapacitors/Ultracapacitors|

The 48V, 165F ultracapacitor module contains 18 of the 2.7V, 3000F ultracapacitor cells in series. The module housing is a durable aluminum case with heat dissipation capability and an IP65 rating. Temperature monitor, voltage monitor and voltage management is included...

Richardson RFPD Supercapacitor Highlights at PCIM Europe 2022

2022-05-03T13:25:52-05:00May 3rd, 2022|Categories: Featured Supercapacitors, LICAP, Supercapacitors Tech Chat|

If you’re traveling to the PCIM Europe in Nuremberg May 10-12, be sure to visit the Richardson RFPD stand (Hall 6, Stand 434) to see a broad selection of supercapacitor products from industry leaders Cornell Dubilier, Eaton, Kyocera-AVX, LICAP Technologies and Maxwell Technologies (a UCAP company)...

Tech Chat: Activated Dry Electrode Process v. Wet Coating Electrode in Supercapacitor Manufacturing

2022-04-28T15:21:59-05:00April 28th, 2022|Categories: Featured Supercapacitors, LICAP, Supercapacitors Tech Chat|

LICAP Technologies Active Dry Electrode process in their supercapacitor development offers reliability improvements over supercaps made with a traditional wet slurry process. In this Tech Chat, we review LICAP's Activated Dry Electrode process and its advantages...

16V, 58F Module for Wind Turbine Pitch Control, UPS Systems, Industrial Peak Load Shaving, AGV

2022-04-21T12:04:19-05:00April 21st, 2022|Categories: Featured Supercapacitors, LICAP, Supercapacitors/Ultracapacitors|

The 16V, 58F ultracapacitor module contains 6 x 350F, 2.7V cells in series. The module housing is a durable plastic injection molded shell with mounting holes. The +/- terminal connections are on the same end. Voltage management is available...

An Ultracapacitor Energy Storage System For Grid Balancing

2022-03-01T08:37:36-06:00January 24th, 2022|Categories: Featured Supercapacitors, LICAP, Supercapacitor Application Note|

LICAP ultracapacitor systems provide additional inertia buffering against sudden load changes within milliseconds. This fast response stabilizes the deviant change in frequency and bridges the time gap in bringing additional generator capacity on-line.

Advantages of LICAP’s activated dry electrode process

2022-01-30T15:58:18-06:00January 19th, 2022|Categories: Featured Supercapacitors, LICAP, Supercapacitors Brochure|

LICAP's patented Activated Dry Electrode™ method is the key technology that differentiates LICAP from the competitors. LICAP pre-activates its electrode formulations, reduces the share of inactive materials (binders), and removes toxic solvents from its manufacturing process...

An Ultracapacitor Energy Source For IoT Remote Sensors

2022-01-30T17:30:12-06:00January 13th, 2022|Categories: Featured Supercapacitors, LICAP, Supercapacitor Application Note|

IoT remote sensors for field data collection are delivering new value to enterprises worldwide. Applications for sensors include grid scale power line monitoring, location tracking, real-time utility usage, security, and more. An alternative to costly wiring or primary batteries that need replacing is an autonomous low power energy harvesting and storage source...

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