Ultracapacitors are energy storage devices that provide burst power for applications requiring high power functions. Unlike batteries, which store energy via chemical reaction, ultracapacitors store energy by electrostatically (physically) separating positive and negative charges. The ultracapacitor’s electrostatic energy storage permits the device to be rapidly charged and fully discharged for hundreds of thousands of cycles, as compared to batteries, which typically perform only hundreds or thousands of charge/discharge cycles. Ultracapacitors are a reliable, energy-efficient and cost-effective solution for storing energy.
Ultracapacitor Module Data Sheet