Our cells are generally hermetically sealed. Therefore we do not expect performance or lifetime impacts from high humidity environments. In some cases, cell housings may be somewhat susceptible to corrosion under high humidity, for instance stainless steel housings may eventually present some rusting over time. However, we have not seen this in the field.
Articles in this section
- What is the effect of humidity on the performance of the cells?
- Do you have plans to create a cell that can operate at 200C?
- Do you have plans to create a C size cell?
- How can you store Ultracapacitors?
- How can you connect the High Temperature Ultracapacitors?
- How much abuse can the FastCAP Ultracapacitors take?
- How do you measure self discharge on an ultracapacitor?
- How are FastCAP ultracapacitors different from commodities (i.e. Maxwell Technologies)?
- What is the minimum voltage to discharge the capacitors?
- What are the expected leakage currents at various temperatures?