LICAP Technologies Active Dry Electrode process in their supercapacitor development offers reliability improvements over supercaps made with a traditional wet slurry process. In this Tech Chat, we review LICAP’s Activated Dry Electrode process and its advantages.
- Simon Tomkins, Richardson RFPD Senior Applications Engineer
- Brian Eichler, LICAP Technologies Vice President Global Sales
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LICAP ultracapacitor systems provide additional inertia buffering against sudden load changes within milliseconds. This fast response stabilizes the deviant change in frequency and bridges the time gap in bringing additional generator capacity on-line.