Nanoramic CE electrode is the only electrode commercially available in the world without:
- POLYMER BINDER
- POLYMER PRIMER
The majority of ultracapacitors on the market today are rated to operate at 2.7 volts. Higher operating voltage ultracapacitors are often downgraded in maximum operating temperature (i.e. from 75 degrees Celsius is pushed down to 60 Degrees Celsius of operation). Nanoramic CE is able to guarantee high operating voltage over a long period of time without compromising the maximum operating temperature. On the other end, depending on your application, Nanoramic CE can operate at higher temperatures than standard electrodes, reaching 100 degrees Celsius or more, without compromising the lifetime of the device itself.
The main Nanoramic CE benefits are:
- Higher Operating Voltage
- Lower Internal Resistance
- Higher Operating Temperature
- Longer Lifetime
The opportunity to push the limits to higher operating voltage, operating temperature and longer lifetime comes from the fact that we have replaced regular polymer binder and primers with a series of nanocarbons. The direct effect of these changes is a very electrochemically stable electrode. Another important feature of this new electrode is the low internal resistance, also known as ESR, that is directly related to higher power shown when Nanoramic CE is used. Polymer binders are passive, non-conductive components that are now replaced with active and highly conductive nanocarbon-materials.