ULTIMO 3300F, Prismatic Cell Model , CPQ3300SD, Catalog Number ESL703301
Ultra Low Resistance Lithium Ion Supercapacitors for Superior Energy and Power
ULTIMO Prismatic Cell is an electricity storage device with both high energy density and high power density features that can be charged and discharged at a large current. Ensuring high degree of safety, ULTIMO cells feature enhanced repeated charge and discharge characteristics, little self-discharge, and wider working temperature ranges.
Backup, Storage, Peak Assist, Power Leveling & Other Uses
They can be used for various purposes such as Power Backup, Storage, Leveling, Peak Assist, and Energy Regeneration, Contributing to Stabilization of Power Supply, Electricity Storage, Electricity Economization, Electricity Conservation, and the like.
Ideal for Mobile Applications such as Energy Recuperation
ULTIMO cells can be used in mobile applications such as energy recuperation in cars, buses, light rail vehicles (LRV), trams and other commercial vehicles.
Prismatic cells are thin, robust, lightweight, compact, safe in use and show excellent thermal behavior, resulting in a wide spectrum of applications. This design excels in heat radiation efficiency and ease of implementation in comparison with the common cylindrical type.
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Long Life, High Durability
An ULTIMO cell can be operated at a cell voltage higher than that of an electric double layer capacitor and has excellent high temperature durability. This characteristic is achieved by a design that uses the pre-doping process to lower the potential of the negative electrode and thereby to restrict an increase in the potential of the positive electrode; at the same time, this suppresses the deterioration of the negative electrode, resulting in high durability even after repetition of charge-discharge cycles.
Safety, ULTIMO Cells Neither Burn Nor Explode
ULTIMO cells neither burn nor explode in any of overcharge, over discharge, and external short-circuit tests, exhibiting excellent safety.
In a lithium ion battery, the positive electrode uses metal oxide, which is decomposed thermally as a result of an increase in the cell temperature under abnormal conditions and releases oxygen, with the possibility of triggering a thermal runaway reaction.
On the other hand, an ULTIMO cell uses activated charcoal in the positive electrode and releases heat due to short-circuit or the like under abnormal conditions; however, this does not cause a thermal runaway reaction, exhibiting excellent safety.
Current: 200 A
State of Charge: 250%
Max. voltage: 20 V with constraining unit
||Current: 200 A
Voltage: 0 V
| Not Observed
|| Not Observed
| External short circuit
||Short resistance: 3 m Ohm
Ambient Temperature: 55°C
| Not Observed
|| Not Observed
These values are typical ones, which are subject to change without notice.
| 3300F Type
| Operating Temperature [°C]
|| -30 to 70
|| Charge: CCCV, 3.8V for 30 min
| Rated Voltage [V]
|| 2.2V - 3.8V
|| Discharge: CC, 10A, 2.2V
| Capacitance [F]
|| Ambient Temp: 25° C
| DC-IR IR [m Ohm]
| Gravimetric Energy Density [Wh/kg]
|| Average discharge power at maximum
| Volumetric Energy Density [Wh/L]
|| discharge current (1200A) at 25°C.
| Gravimetric Power Density [kW/kg]
| Volumetric Power Density [kW/L]
| Self Discharge
||Less than 5%
||3 months at 25°C
| Dimension (L x W x T) [mm]
||150.2 x 93.2 x 15.8
|| Without terminals
| Weight (G)
|| Without terminals
Comparison: LIC Vs EDLC
- Twice the volumetric capacitance of EDLC
- Energy density: LIC is 2-3 times higher than EDLC, enables smaller and lighter
- Rated Voltage: LIC requires about 2/3 fewer cells than EDLC for same voltage module.
- Self discharge: LICs have significantly lower self-discharge rate. LICs have extremely low leakage current at 50% SOC.
Electro Standards Laboratories also offers Lithium Ion SuperCapacitor Modules
- Featuring Ultra Low Resistance ULTIMO
- Key Technology: Pre-doping the anode with lithium ions provides: Higher Capacitance, Higher Voltage, and Higher Energy Density.
- A Master Controller is used to balance between modules.
- Unique laminate design retains 95% of charge for >3 months and can be cycled up to 1 million times.
- High accurate inter-cell voltage balance control.
- All modules include cell balancing, over charge and over discharge alarms, and a high temperature alarm
- Enables fast charge/discharge at high current.
- Excellent durability/reliability.
- High energy density for compact light weight equipment.
- Higher operating voltage.
- Extremely low leakage.
- Long cycle life