Li-Ion Capacitor Shelf supports high-power applications.

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Model 3312 (Cat No. 331209) Energy ActionSystem Lithium Ion Capacitor Development Shelf provides connected series of up to 9 Lithium Ion Capacitor (LiC) modules (108 LiC cells) along with associated protection, monitoring, and cell balancing circuitry. Design facilitates incorporation within larger system design or can be used by itself in applications requiring high-power, high-energy LiC energy storage. Series-connected LiC modules can be operated from 238–410 Vdc.



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New Energy ActionSystem Utilizes Lithium Ion Supercapacitors in Series to Support High Power Applications



Energy ActionSystem 3300-9x12 Lithium Ion Capacitor Development Shelf



Electro Standards Laboratories (ESL), Cranston, RI, announces availability of the first of its Energy ActionSystem Lithium Ion Capacitor Development Shelves, the Model 3312, Cat# 331209. An industry first, the Lithium Ion Capacitor (LiC) Development Shelf provides a series connection of up to 9 LiC modules (108 LiC cells) along with associated protection, monitoring, and cell balancing circuitry that can be incorporated into a larger system design or used by itself in applications requiring high power, high energy LiC energy storage. LiC systems are ideal for applications that require bidirectional high power pulses, very low leakage, very high cycle life, and exceptional energy density.



The series connected LiC modules can be operated between 238VDC and 410VDC. The Capacitor Module Controller provides LiC cell balancing and fault monitoring that is accessible via a CAN bus interface.  Overcurrent protection is provided by a series connected fuse. Remote connection of the LiC bank and soft start is accomplished via on-board switches that are controlled through the Fault Monitoring Board. The Fault Monitoring Board has a fiber serial interface to allow for remote control of the switches and remote monitoring of under/over voltage and module over temperature faults.  The development shelf is intended to ease the incorporation of LiC modules into a system application.  The shelf is designed for easy mounting in a commercially available equipment rack. Custom configurations are available upon request.



Electro Standards Laboratories has direct experience with pulsed power energy systems, load leveling for wireless electric vehicle charging, wave energy harvesting, and hybrid energy storage systems (HESS) that combine batteries, supercapacitors, and converter power electronics. ESL R&D services provide its clients with a research and development partner that can assist in any phase of development from conception to production.



For more information visit the company Website at http://www.electrostandards.com/Research-Development/25/Default.asp, call 401-943-1164, or email eslab@electrostandards.com.



Tina Corticelli

Business Development Manager

Electro Standards Laboratories

36 Western Industrial Drive

Cranston, RI 02921

Phone: 401-943-1164

Fax: 401-946-5790

Email: tcorticelli@lab.electrostandards.com

www.electrostandards.com

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