As of the publication of this article, we already have technology that can operate at and above 200C. However, we do not currently have any standard product offerings at these temperature ranges. Some applications, like geothermal well drilling, very hot oil and gas wells, and some aerospace applications, could benefit from a so-called very high temperature design. When we develop a new part number, we typically look for a lead customer and a significant production opportunity. Given a Purchase Order (PO) of significant size, we would move to design and qualify that part. The initial shipments would include a longer lead time to allow for the design and qualification period. Following that, this would become a standard part number with a standard lead time.
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- 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?