What is EDLC?
In general, capacitors have an insulating material, known as a dielectric, between two opposing electrodes.
However, EDLC operates without a conventional dielectric. Instead, it leverages a physical mechanism to create a double-layer structure with dielectric-like properties. This is why it is referred to as a double-layer capacitor. The charging and discharging process in double-layer capacitors occurs through an ion-absorption layer formed on the surfaces of the positive and negative electrodes, utilizing a phenomenon known as adsorption and desorption.
The Modular Series primarily focuses on modularity, ranging from radial lead types to custom connectors, module customization, and complete machine module customization. From ultra-compact Ø5 modules to high-voltage 240V customizations, we can cater to any customer’s specific requirements.
With a wide operating temperature range from -40°C to +85°C and a customizable voltage range from 8.1V to 240V, these modules are versatile and adaptable.
They are primarily employed in energy storage, stabilization, power assistance, backup power, and renewable energy applications. As awareness of energy issues continues to grow, various industries are harnessing the capabilities of supercapacitors to develop “energy-efficient machines.” Use cases include not only incorporating supercapacitors into energy storage devices but also combining them with secondary batteries for synergistic advantages.