Cranston, RI (PressExposure) April 30, 2014 -- Electro Standards Laboratories (ESL), Cranston, RI, announces its new distributorship agreement with JSR Micro for ULTIMO supercapacitors, which are the first commercialized Lithium Ion Capacitors (LIC) on the market.
Electro Standards Laboratories has a long history as a leader in the design of motor controls and power systems and is putting its expertise in the energy field behind this new offering. Based on lithium ion technology, the ULTIMO supercapacitor has superior energy density, charge retention, and higher cell voltage than traditional EDLC supercapacitors. It also features very high cycle life, fast charge/discharge times, high power density, long life, and low maintenance. It is well suited to applications in pulsed power, renewable energy, and hybrid energy storage modules (HESM) or hybrid energy storage systems (HESS).
The ULTIMO supercapacitor product line includes both laminate and prismatic individual cells as well as multi-cell modules. ESL can also supply custom power and module communication cables to accommodate each customer's particular application. Electro Standards Laboratories anticipates that its unique offering of ULTIMO supercapacitors, custom cabling, and engineering development services in battery, capacitor and hybrid systems will allow its customers to quickly realize the benefits of ULTIMO supercapacitors in their systems.
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 and its new ULTIMO product line 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. Click on the R&D tab on the home page to read more about the company's engineering capabilities. The company provides state-of-the-art research and applied experience in AC, DC, and SRM electric motor controls, estimation, and power electronics. This experience includes mechanically sensorless motor control, hybrid electric vehicles, low noise motor control, and linear motor aircraft launch and arrest systems.