Report on supercapacitors and supercabatteries with up to date ten year forecasts and analysis of market, emerging applications, technology, patent and profit trends and the manufacturers and
Report on supercapacitors and supercabatteries with up to date ten year forecasts and analysis of market, emerging applications, technology, patent and profit trends and the manufacturers and researchers involved.
Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors: Supercapacitors 2013-2023This is the only report on supercapacitors and supercabatteries with up to date ten yearforecasts and analysis of market, emerging applications, technology, patent and profittrends and the manufacturers and researchers involved.55% of the manufacturers and intending manufacturers of supercapacitors/supercabatteries(EDLC, AEDLC) are in East Asia, 28% are in North America but Europe is fast asleep at only7%. Yet, being used for an increasing number of purposes in electric vehicles, mobilephones, energy harvesting, renewable energy and other products of the future, this marketis roaring up to over $11 billion in ten years with considerable upside potential.This report concerns Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors (EDLCs). For brevity, wemainly use the second most popular word for them - supercapacitors. The third mostpopular term for them - ultracapacitors - is often used in heavy electrical applications.Included in the discussion and forecasts are so-called Asymmetric Electrochemical DoubleLayer Capacitors (AEDLCs) better known as supercabatteries.Buy Your Copy of Report @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/159593-electrochemical-double-layer-capacitors-supercapacitors-2013-2023.htmlReport Details:Published: August 2012No. of Pages: 280Price Single user license: US $ 3995The report also features patent trends of supercapacitor technologies. This data is takenfrom a report covering more details about the patent landscape for batteries; for full detailsof that report please go to www.IDTechEx.com/patent .Supercapacitors are a curiously neglected aspect of electronics and electrical engineeringwith a multi-billion dollar market rapidly emerging. For example, for land, water andairborne electric vehicles, there are about 200 serious traction motor manufacturers and110 serious traction battery suppliers compared to just a few supercapacitor manufacturers.In all, there are no more than 66 significant supercapacitor manufacturers with mostconcentrating on the easier small ones for consumer electronics such as power backup.However, in a repetition of the situation with rechargeable batteries, the largest part of themarket has just become the heavy end, notably for electric and conventional vehicles.Supercapacitors and supercabatteries mainly have properties intermediate between those ofbatteries and traditional capacitors but they are being improved more rapidly than either.That includes improvement in cost and results in them not just being used to enhancebatteries but even replacing batteries and capacitors in an increasing number of applications
from renewable energy down to microscopic electronics. For example, your mobile phonemay have better sound and flash that works at ten times the distance because asupercapacitor has taken over these functions from conventional capacitors.Supercapacitors are replacing batteries where such properties as excellent low temperatureperformance, calendar and cycle life, fast charge-discharge and reliability are moredominant issues than size and weight. Examples of this include power backup opening busdoors in an emergency, working hybrid car brakes when power goes down and keepingelectronic circuits running. Conventional trucks are having one to three of their lead acidbatteries replaced with drop-in supercapacitor alternatives that guarantee starting in verycold weather, when lead acid batteries are very poor performers. The difference is dramatic-about 5% energy loss occurs at minus 25 degrees centigrade, compared to a batterysenergy loss of more than 50%. Some pure electric buses even run on supercapacitors alonerecharging through the road every five kilometres or so. Use of supercapacitors to protectbatteries against fast charge and discharge and from deep discharge means smallerbatteries are needed and they last longer, depressing battery demand and increasingsupercapacitor demand.The bottom line is that almost everywhere you see next generation electronic and powertechnology you see supercapacitors and supercabatteries being fitted or planned because ofsuperior performance, cost-over-life and fit-and-forget.Browse More Reports on Semiconductor and Electronics @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/159593-electrochemical-double-layer-capacitors-supercapacitors-2013-2023.htmlList Of Tables1.1. Supercapacitor advantages and disadvantages over rechargeable batteries1.2. Supercapacitors and supercabatteries invade the battery space. Comparison of actualand planned parameters1.3. Global combined supercapacitor/ supercabattery market actual and forecast 2010-2023$ billion ex-factory, with % and value when used for electronics vs electrical engineering1.4. Trend in battery type by application of vehicle 2012-20221.5. Examples of supercapacitor and supercabattery applications envisaged by suppliers1.6. Comparison of EDLC, AEDLC and rechargeable battery properties1.7. Examples of energy density figures for batteries, supercapacitors lithium-ion batteriesand gasoline1.8. Aqueous vs non aqueous electrolytes in supercapacitors1.9. Properties conferred by aqueous vs non-aqueous electrolytes in supercapacitors andsupercabatteries2.1. The confusing EDLC/ supercapacitor terminology2.2. Five ways in which a capacitor acts as the electrical equivalent of the spring2.3. Comparison of the three types of capacitor when storing one kilojoule of energy.2.4. Advantages and disadvantages of some options for supplying electricity from a device4.1. Number of hybrid and pure electric cars sold and those that plug in thousands 2012-20224.2. Some primary hybrid market drivers4.3. Three generations of range extender with examples of construction, manufacturer andpower output5.1. Comparison of Light Energy between Xenon, BriteFlash and Low-Power LED Flash
8.1. Primary focus of manufacturers and putative manufacturers8.2. Targeted applications for ACT lithium-ion supercapacitor8.3. Cap XX single cells organic flat supercapacitors vs alternatives8.4. Representative customers for commercial useLIst Of Figures1.1. 66 manufacturers and putative manufacturers of supercapacitors/ supercabatteries %by continent1.2. 66 manufacturers and putative manufacturers of supercapacitors/ supercabatteries bycountry1.3. Primary focus % of 66 manufacturers and putative manufacturers of supercapacitorsand/or supercabatteries1.4. Global supercapacitor market actual and forecast 2010-2023 $ billion ex-factory, with% and value when used for electronics vs electrical engineering1.5. Numbers of EVs, in thousands, sold globally, 2012-2022, by applicational sector1.6. Maxwell Technologies supercapacitor pack for electric vehicles1.7. Hybrid bus with supercapacitors on roof1.8. Schematic of EDLC ie supercapacitor1.9. Comparison of an EDLC with an EADLC ie supercabattery1.10. Specific energy vs specific power for storage devices now and in the near future.Some developers even expect supercabatteries to match the energy density of lithium-ionbatteries1.11. Ragone plot showing charging time and the place of fuel cells, batteries,supercapacitors, supercabatteries and aluminium electrolytic capacitors and a simplifiedview of the main future potential given that supercabatteries and s1.12. Simplest equivalent circuit for an electrolytic capacitor1.13. Transmission line equivalent circuit for a supercapacitor.1.14. Nippon Chemi-Con pollution-free Supercapacitor used for fast charge-discharge in aMazda car exhibited May 20122.1. Construction of a battery cell2.2. MEMS compared with a dust mite less than one millimetre long2.3. Power in use vs duty cycle for portable and mobile devices showing zones of use ofsingle use vs rechargeable batteries but the single use territory is rapidly becomingrechargeable2.4. Principle of the creation and healing of the oxide film of an aluminium electrolyticcapacitor in use2.5. Construction of wound electrolytic capacitor2.6. Can type of supercapacitor2.7. Bikudo supercapacitor2.8. Flat supercapacitors made by prismatic or pouch construction or banking of cylinders2.9. Banked supercapacitor modules on the roof of a bus2.10. Comparison of construction diagrams of three basic types of capacitor2.11. Types of ancillary electrical equipment being improved to serve small devices2.12. Rapid progress in the capabilities of small electronic devices and their photovoltaicenergy harvesting2.13. Where supercapacitors fit in2.14. Current vs time for a battery with and without a supercapacitor across it at minus40oC2.15. Symmetric supercapacitor construction2.16. Symmetric compared to asymmetric supercapacitor construction
3.1. Energy density vs power density3.2. Carbon aerogel supercapacitors3.3. The new principle for a lithium supercabattery3.4. Scanning electron microscopy image of curved graphene sheets (scale bar 10 µm).3.5. Single sheets of graphene material3.6. Graphene supercapacitor cross section3.7. Nano onions3.8. Hydrogen-insertion asymmetric supercapacitor3.9. Flexible supercapacitor3.10. Flexible, transparent supercapacitors - bend and twist them like a poker card3.11. The UCLA printed supercapacitor technologies on a ragone plot3.12. Illustration of a core-shell supercapacitor electrode design for storing electrochemicalenergy3.13. MnO2-CNT-sponge electrodes3.14. The energy storage membrane3.15. Schematic diagram showing the configuration of UltraBattery™3.16. Appearance and dimensions of prototype UltraBattery™4.1. "Dont leave starting to batteries. The Engine Start Module from Maxwell Technologieswill provide the power to start your truck all the time, every time."4.2. CapXX stop start supercapacitor4.3. A bus that runs entirely on ultracapacitors charges up at a bus stop in Shanghai4.4. Oshkosh Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) with no traction battery4.5. See through of HEMTT4.6. Advantages and disadvantages of hybrid vs pure electric vehicles4.7. Indicative trend of charging and electrical storage for large hybrid vehicles over thenext decade.4.8. Evolution of construction of range extenders over the coming decade4.9. Examples of range extender technology in the shaft vs no shaft categories4.10. Illustrations of range extender technologies over the coming decade with "gen" in redfor those that have inherent ability to generate electricity4.11. The most powerful energy harvesting in vehicles4.12. Kinetic Photovoltaic Vehicle folding e-bike5.1. Mobile phone modified to give much brighter flash thanks to supercapacitor outlined inred5.2. Comparison of a small xenon flash in a current camera phone and the supercapacitor-powered LED BriteFlash™ solution5.3. Comparison of a standard LED flash to a BriteFlash5.4. The Linear Technology surge power solution. LTC4425 charger IC manages a series pairof supercapacitors, charges them from Li-ion/polymer cells, USB port, or DC source5.5. Perpetuum energy harvester with its supercapacitors5.6. University of Cambridge harvester for phones. A thin-film system harvests energy fromwasted light in an OLED display.6.1. Wind power electricity storage Palmdale California6.2. Quantum Wired vision of supercapacitors managing wind turbine power surges.6.3. Schematic diagram showing the electricity flow between wind turbine, UltraBattery™pack and power grid in a grid-connected wind energy system6.4. UltraBattery™ pack providing energy storage to the wind turbine at CSIRO EnergyTechnology, Newcastle, Australia.6.5. Schematic diagram showing the connection of batteries to each phase of the windturbine.7.1. Top 50 Assignees vs Technical categories
7.2. Top 50 Assignees vs Priority Years7.3. Technical categories vs Priority Years7.4. Countries of origin vs Priority Years7.5. Technical categories vs Countries of origin7.6. Technical categories vs National Patent Office Country8.1. ACT Premlis lithium-ion capacitors (Supercabatteries AEDLC)8.2. Comparison of ACT Premlis lithium-ion capacitors with early symmetric supercapacitors8.3. Comparison of Premlis discharge energy with early activated carbon EDLCs8.4. AVX high power pulse supercapacitors.8.5. Bainacap supercapacitors8.6. Beijing HCC Energy Tech supercapacitor8.7. CapXX product range8.8. The Cap-XX supercapacitor structure8.9. Front and back close-up of components of energy harvester with supercapacitor and fullmodule below8.10. CDE Cornell Dubilier supercapacitors8.11. Chaoyang Liyuan large 3000F supercapacitor8.12. Daying Juneng Technology and Development supercapacitors8.13. Dongguan WIN WIN Supercap Electronic 1F supercapacitor8.14. ELBIT timeline as presented at the IDTechEx "Electric Vehicles Land Sea Air" event inSan Jose California 20128.15. Electric Urban Public Transportation (EUPT) concept for using supercabatteries with arelatively small traction battery in a bus8.16. Applications envisaged8.17. Civil market - additional energy solutions8.18. ELBIT Systems combined energy storage system concept8.19. Evans Capacitors supercapacitors8.20. Evans Capacitor Capattery. RES 160504 Shock hardened Capattery 16V 0.5F for highShock / Impact8.21. The FDK EneCapTen large lithium-ion supercabattery8.22. The regular EneCapTen lithium-ion supercabattery8.23. GHC supercapacitors8.24. Handong Heter Battery supercapacitor8.25. Hitachi lithium-ion capacitors8.26. Illinois Capacitor supercapacitor range8.27. Ioxus supercapacitors8.28. Ioxus supercapacitors8.29. KAMCAP supercapacitor8.30. Korchip supercapacitor range8.31. Benefits cited by Korchip8.32. LS Mtron Korea Ultracapacitor8.33. Maxwell Technologies ultracapacitor engine start module8.34. Maxwell Technologies supercapacitors8.35. Supercapacitor made using Aluminium Celmet.8.36. Murata supercapacitors8.37. Nanotecture nanoporous supercabattery electrode material8.38. NEC Tokin supercapacitor8.39. Nesscap supercapacitors8.40. Nichicon supercapacitors8.41. Nippon Chemi-Con ELDCs - supercapacitors8.42. Nippon Chemi-Con supercapacitors for material handling vehicles and cars
8.43. Nippon Chemi-Con poster from EVS26 in 20128.44. First generation product: PowerPatch™8.45. Non-Hazardous materials8.46. Acceleration of drum warming-up8.47. Peak power assistance & utilizing regenerative energy8.48. Reduction of Exhaust Gas8.49. Reduction of total cost8.50. Energy density vs power density showing the positioning of Quantum Wiredssupercapacitor / micro fuel cell device8.51. SAFT view of the supercapacitor and supercabattery opportunity8.52. Shandong Heter Lampson Electronic supercapacitors8.53. Shanghai Green Tech supercapacitors8.54. Shenzhen Forecon supercapacitor8.55. Sino Power Star supercapacitor8.56. Skeleton Technologies supercapacitors8.57. SPL CP15 15 Farad supercabattery and 8 Farad supercabattery8.58. Tavrima supercapacitors8.59. Vinatech supercapacitors8.60. WIMA large supercapacitors8.61. Double Layer Capacitors developed by WIMA