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Ioxus announces new line of high-temperature ultracapacitors

Ioxus ultracapacitors

New York-based ultracapacitor manufacturer Ioxus has introduced a new line of high-temperature 1250-Farad cells. According to the company, its proprietary Titan technology meets the requirement of automotive customers for ultracaps with a wider operating range that meets both cold and high temperature standards.

Ioxus’ newest line of cells functions at temperatures ranging from -40 to 85° C, and can deliver 2.7 volts at these temperatures.


“This 85° C performance benchmark required us to make significant advances in the fundamental science behind ultracapacitor performance,” said Dr. George Lane, PhD, Director of Research for Ioxus. “Titan encompasses the fields of electrochemistry, surface chemistry and physical chemistry, just to name a few. Our innovations have allowed us to achieve one of the biggest technological advances in ultracapacitor technology since commercialization.”


“These patent pending high temperature cells are a game-changer for the market and far exceed the capabilities currently offered by our competitors,” said Chad Hall, VP of Marketing and Product Management. “Titan offers unprecedented electrochemistry stability to optimize the performance in dynamic, high duty cycle applications such as automotive, rail, harbor cranes, hybrid buses, as well as construction and heavy machinery apps.”

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Source: Ioxus


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