What Does Supercapacitor Mean?
A supercapacitor is a type of capacitor that can store a large amount of energy, typically 10 to 100 times more energy per unit mass or volume compared to electrolytic capacitors. It is preferred to batteries owing to its faster and simpler charging, and faster delivery of charge.
A supercapacitor is also known as ultracapacitor or double-layer electrolytic capacitor.
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SparkfunMSRP:Now: £4.62Was:Super Capacitor - 10F, 2.5V Yes, you read that correctly - 10Farad capacitor. This small-cap can be charged up and then slowly dissipated running an entire system for hours.Combine two in series for 5F/5V.Do not over-voltage or reverse polarize...MSRP:Now: £4.62Was:Qty in Cart: 0Quantity:Price:MSRP:Now: £4.62Was:Subtotal:
Proto-PICMSRP:Now: £0.11Was:This is a simple 1uF, 63V radial aluminium electrolytic capacitor. Capacitance Value 1uF Construction Radial Lead Diameter 0.5mm Lead Pitch For Radial 2mm Leakage...MSRP:Now: £0.11Was:Qty in Cart: 0Quantity:Price:MSRP:Now: £0.11Was:Subtotal: