General purpose surface-mount supercapacitors.


CAP-XX Supercapacitor: 80 mF +/- 20%, 4.5V, ESR- 130 mΩ
L= 20 X  W= 18 mm, Max t= 2.2 mm, -40 to +70 C

CAP-XX supercapacitors deliver outstanding power and energy performance in a number of footprints, configurations, voltage ratings and environmental specifications. They are ideally suited to meet the peak power demands of pulsed loads in battery-powered electronics and many other consumer and industrial devices with a current-limited energy source.

Key benefits:

  • Exceptional power density (~90kW/litre)
  • High power to support large peak loads (low ESR)
  • RoHS compliant
  • Lead free
  • High energy to sustain long power surges (high C)
  • Very low leakage current to extend battery life
  • Low ESR rise rate to ensure a long operational life
  • Environmentally friendly, RoHS compliant and lead-free
  • Thin, prismatic packaging for space-constrained applications

CAP-XX G series (General Purpose) supercapacitors are rated at either 4.5V or 2.3V and operate across a temperature range of -40°C to +70°C. The 4.5V dual cell devices are ideal for use with a lithium-ion battery pack, while the 2.3V single cell devices offer a very high power and high energy solution for lower voltage applications. The single cells can also be connected in series and mounted side by side to offer industrial designers the thinnest supercapacitor solution available.

The G series is available in three footprints:

The GS range (39.0 x 17.0mm) delivers ultra-high performance in a cost-effective package, supporting both the peak power and interim power demands of the most demanding electronic products, in which high C, low ESR and a long life are essential to meet performance targets.

GW products (28.5 x 17.0mm) offer a more compact solution for handheld devices such as PDAs and small electronic products like PCMCIA and ExpressCard 54 modems, while still delivering outstanding power and energy performance.

The ultra-small GZ series (20.0 x 15.0mm) offers best-in-class performance despite their diminutive size. They are ideal for use in the latest USB and
ExpressCard 34 modems, in which they meet the peak power requirements of Class 12 GPRS radio frequency communication with minimal voltage ripple and low source current loads.