Ultra-Thin Supercapacitors Squeeze Into Tight Quarters

Ultra-Thin Supercapacitors Squeeze Into Tight Quarters
Murata Electronics North America Inc.

The DMH series supercapacitors address tight-quarter designs with a thickness of 0.4 mm, a mF order capacitance, low ESR, and the capability to output instantaneous power. The first component in the DMH series provides 35 mF, 4.5 WV, and 300 mΩ in a 20 x 20 x 0.4mm package. Applications include patch-type devices like mobile electrocardiograms and wound care machines; portable devices driven by coin cell batteries, such as smart watches, fitness trackers, and insulin pumps; smart cards; and e-tags and e-readers. Samples will be available starting in February.

Murata Electronics North America, Inc.
Smyrna, GA
800-241-6574
770-436-1300
http://www.murata.com
 

Contact Info

Company: Murata Electronics North America Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Read more on

Suggested Articles

Purdue University researchers are creating technologies to help compress 3D camera files and automate focus and exposure settings.

A $2.2 trillion economic relief package is anticipated to give the struggling U.S. economy a shot in the arm.

Micron also sees long-term growth for DRAM and NAND, with NAND in the 30% range