Murata has developed a miniature device with a high energy storage capacity, low ESR, fast charging and discharging and the ability to withstand load fluctuations. It may be used as a secondary battery in the same way as a capacitor. This energy device achieves better charge/discharge characteristics and has an extended service life superior to conventional batteries. Well suited as a power supply for wearable devices or sensor nodes for wireless sensor networks, this device maintains flat voltage characteristics while accommodating a wide range of load characteristics.
1. High-rate charge/discharge*
Max. charge/discharge rate (current): 10 C (30 mA)
2. High safety
The highly safe design: Thermal runaway does not occur because of its small capacity and the use of chemically stable materials.
3. Extended service cycle life
Charge (capacity) recovery rate of 80% or higher after 3,000 cycles
*High-rate charge/discharge characteristics: The current rate at which the battery capacity is charged or discharged in one hour is defined as 1 C. As a description of battery performance, “high-rate charge/discharge characteristics” means that a large current relative to 1 C can be charged or discharged.