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Ultracapacitor boasts 3,000F, low ESR in rugged design

1/20/2012 06:05 PM EST
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GREAT-Terry
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re: Ultracapacitor boasts 3,000F, low ESR in rugged design
GREAT-Terry   2/13/2012 2:45:55 AM
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Does it mean we can then use this kind of capacitor to replace the battery in EV? If capacitor can be widely deployed, the weakness of long charging time of nowadays' EV can be ratified and it can help pushing the whole industry forward.

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re: Ultracapacitor boasts 3,000F, low ESR in rugged design
_hm   1/21/2012 1:18:16 AM
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Very good product. Does it have internal current limiting protection? I also would like to know more about safety certification.

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