Cap-xx has developed supercapacitor for IoT and batteryless devices

The 3V thin prismatic supercapacitor has 23 per cent more energy than a same size 2.7V supercapacitor, said Cap-xx. 

The DMV750 thin 2.2mm prismatic 3V supercapacitor is suitable for IoT, medical and other space-constrained and mission-critical electronic devices.

It can efficiently store and release the energy needed to drive peak-power functions in IoT, medical and other space-constrained and mission-critical electronic devices. The 750mF supercapacitor can complement 3V coin cell batteries, replace bulky 3V cylindrical supercaps to save design space, or replace batteries altogether when energy harvesters can extract enough solar, vibration, RF or other environmental energy to charge the ultra-efficient supercapacitor in sustainable batteryless devices.

The DMV750 provides high peak pulse power to enable either batteryless or more battery-efficient applications. It measures 21 x 14 x 2.2mm and has an operating temperature range of -20 to +85 degrees C.

Target applications include energy harvesting for remote wireless sensors, wireless HVAC sensors and actuators, asset tracking, real time clock and memory back up power and peak load shaving when configured in parallel with a 3V coin cell battery, like the CR2032.

Samples are available now.

Cap-xx designs and manufactures supercapacitors, including thin prismatic, cylindrical and hybrid (lithium-ion capacitors), for managing burst power, micro energy harvesting and backup power needs in portable and IoT devices. Cap-xx also offers large, powerful supercapacitor modules for engine start and other microgrid/grid/power correction applications up to 2000V. 

Cap-xx prismatic supercapacitors are manufactured in Australia and Malaysia and its cylindrical and hybrid supercapacitors are manufactured in China and the USA.

The company’s IP portfolio includes 11 patent families. Its thin prismatic supercapacitors are ideal for space-constrained electronics applications where small energy storage device size and thickness are critical.

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