Ultracapacitor Combat Humidity Challenges

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VINATech has developed a new Ultracapacitor to combat extreme conditions that provides a range of Capacitance from 3.3 farad to 15 farad at 2.7v.

R&D Lab at VINATech has developed a new Ultracapacitor solution of NEO VET Ultracapacitors which will be particularly ideal for Internet of Things and Advanced Metering Infrastructure applications.

◎ VET Ultracapacitors of + 85℃ temperature,
◎ Single Cell 2.7v Ultracapacitor
◎ 2 series 5.4v Ultracapacitor modules
◎ Learn more about NEO VET 2.7v Ultracapacitor Datasheet at :

VET Series Ultracapacitors provides a range of Capacitance from 3.3 farads to 15 farads at 2.7v and also 2 series Ultracapacitor modules will be launched imminently. VET Ultracapacitor samples are now available and Mass Productions starts from the second quarter 2020.

Until recently, managing high temperatures was handled by de-rating actual working voltage of standard + 65℃ Ultracapacitor types, however, the new VET series of Ultracapacitor uses VINATech patented Anti Wetting technologies to enable a robust lifetime at 85℃ of 1,000 hours in 85% relative humidity at a full 2.7v dc working voltage. The new VET Ultracapacitor series also boasts significant Leakage Current improvements, ESR stability over time and Capacitance performance when compared to other de-rated 85℃ types on the market to date. Expected lifetime of 500,000 full charge and discharge cycles can be expected.

Humidity challenges will also be reduced as Ultracapacitor, the VET series of Ultracapacitor utilises benefits from the Anti Wetting technology and can withstand higher than average humidity levels.

About VINATech

VINATech established in 1999 has developed and produced Ultracapacitor and Fuel Cell Membrane Electrode Assembly, and is equipped with smart factory based production facilities with the highest level of automation in order to ensure the highest quality level. Call +82 31 448 3066 or contact us for Ultracapacitor solution and please visit our web site for more information.

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