Posts Tagged: Ioxus

Ioxus launches new family of ultracaps for easy installation in automotive applications

Ioxus has launched its iMOD X-Series, a family of 22 ultracapacitor modules that are designed to simplify system design and installation for end users by offering a wide array of possible mounting configurations. The new modules use off-the-shelf T-slots to mount from any side in any configuration. They feature internally integrated wire management and integrated… Read more »

Ioxus announces new line of high-temperature 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… Read more »

Ioxus announces new single-piece housing for its ultracapacitors

Ultracapacitor pioneer Ioxus has announced the launch of a series of module systems for a single-piece extruded housing for use with all of its axial ultracapacitors. The iMOD X-Series allows for every cell to be in thermal contact with the outside of the housing, allowing for even heating and cooling, as well as reduced heat… Read more »

Ultracapacitor firm Ioxus raises $21 million in series C funding

Ioxus, a manufacturer of ultracapacitor technology, has raised $21 million in a series C funding round from investors that include IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and venture capital firm the Westly Group (this follows $15 million that Ioxus raised last July). Supercapacitors (aka ultracapacitors or ultracaps), with their superior charge/discharge rates and… Read more »

Ultracap manufacturer raises $15 million in funding

Ioxus, a manufacturer of ultracapacitor technology, has raised $15 million in Series C funding from investors. The Westly Group, a venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, California, led the financing. The company plans to use the funds to further research and development, expand manufacturing capabilities and increase sales and marketing operations. Ultracapacitors (aka ultracaps… Read more »