Ultracapacitor modules

  • 31-Oct-2011 03:01 EDT

The 16V/58F iMOD ultracapacitor module series from loxus provides high performance, high efficiency, and high reliability for starting systems and automotive subsystems. According to the company, the more rugged, compact, lower-cost modules cut development time by delivering a ready-to-use package. The 16-V working voltage is sized to parallel with or replace common battery sizes. The modules feature individually balanced cells that eliminate the need to custom-design management and packaging strategies for the largest markets. With threaded, protected terminals that are easy to install, monitor, and maintain, the devices offer strong environmental protection for commercial and industrial applications. Additionally, they feature short module walls with short screws required for mounting, easy installation, and removal of screws.

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