Electro Standards Laboratories Offers Convenient ULTIMO Lithium Ion Supercapacitor Selection Guide
July 18, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Electro Standards Laboratories, Cranston RI now offers a convenient Selection Guide to assist in selecting the ideal ULTIMO Lithium Ion Supercapacitor Cells and/or Modules to support your power application.
An ULTIMO cell is a lithium ion capacitor composed of activated charcoal, similar to that used in an electric double layer in the positive electrode and carbon material, similar to that used in a lithium ion battery, in the negative electrode.
An ULTIMO cell uses carbon material similar to that used in a lithium ion battery in its negative electrode; however, our unique design of pre-doping negative electrodes with lithium ions makes it possible to offer next-generation electricity storage devices that achieve compatibility between high power density and high energy density.
ULTIMO cells are available in either a lightweight, thin laminate type or a durable prismatic-can type, according to your needs.
In addition to the supply of “ULTIMO” lithium ion capacitors in discrete units, we offer them in the form of ULTIMO Modules combining multiple cells together.
ULTIMO Modules are available for both Laminate and Prismatic types of the cells.
Our module line-up includes 4, 8, and 12 cell modules for prismatic and laminate cells. Master controllers are used for balance when five or more modules are used together.
NOTE: Electro Standards Laboratories can assist in integrating Lithium Ion Capacitors into any application, including protection circuitry, controls, and cell balancing.
Tina Corticelli, Media Manager
Electro Standards Laboratories
36 Western Industrial Drive
Cranston, RI 02921