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  • Ultracapacitors perform mid-way between conventional capacitors and electrochemical cells (batteries).Fast Charge and Fast Discharge CapabilityHighly reversible process, 100,000’s of cyclesLower energy than a battery~10% of battery energyGreater energy than electrolytic capacitorsExcellent low temperature performance
  • As demand suddenly increases (for example, when a large motor is turned on), the ultracapacitor back-fills the line with power to stabilize the originating source.
  • The ultracapacitor fills the gap to provide for bursts of power demands.
  • UC are today discussed by major car manufacturers as viable solution in a variety of applications in hybrid vehicles. Some of the areas being discussed are listed in the table above.

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  • Mission
    Ioxus, Inc. develops, manufactures and commercializes innovative ultracapacitor technologies to serve a wide range of energy storage markets
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Ioxus, Inc.
    Ioxus Electrode at 1000X
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Heritage
    1964: Custom Electronics, Inc. founded
    1970: Started producing Teflon film capacitors
    1980: Created high-voltage modules
    1990: Developed high-voltage, low inductance caps
    2003: Began investment in new technologies
    2004:Ultracapacitor development initiated
    2006:Ioxus founded - developed EDLC technology
    2007: Planned EDLC in-house production facility
    2009: Production began in July (100F-2000F cells)
    CEI is AS9100 and ISO- 9001 certified
    Ioxus is following with both certifications
    Ioxus Electrode at 8000X
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Management Team
    15 years of engineering leadership; primarily responsible for dramatic improvements to manufacturing operations
    17 years of Marketing and Business Development of high-tech companies and products; National Lab technology commercialization
    30 years as Research Engineer; instrumental in pioneering new technologies; developed original concepts that expand electrochemical voltage limits for EDLCs
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Typical Ultracapacitors vs. Batteries
    • High power density (10 times the power)
    • Quick charging and discharging (seconds vs. hours)
    • Stable characteristics in a wide temperature range (-45°C vs. -20°C)
    • Long cycle life (500,000’s vs. 10,000’s)
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Technology Comparison
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  • Ultracapacitor Advantage
    Voltage Sag Support
    Higher Capacitance; Smaller Form Factor
    Providing backup power in the event of sags or interruptions
    Power
    Available power from grid
    Ultracapacitor discharges to fill the gaps
    Required power for application
    Time
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  • Ultracapacitor Advantage
    Burst Power
    QuickerDelivery of Greater Power
    Providing Power to meet peak demands
    Required power for application
    Power
    Ultracapacitor discharges to add Power
    Available power from battery, fuel cell, power grid etc.
    Time
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Competitive Differentiators
    Higher Power Density – twice most competitors
    No Compromise of Energy Density
    Lower ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance)
    More Capacitance; Smaller Form Factor
    Lower Tolerances (+/– Capacitance Variations)
    12 Patent Applications - EDLC improvements
    Continued Development - higher energy solutions
    RoHS Compliant
    Environmentally-Friendly
    Made Entirely in the U.S.A.
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Target Applications
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  • Industrial Power Management
    Longer Life Cycles
    The Ultracapacitor Advantage
    When connected in parallel with grid power, the ultracapacitor provides instantaneous power when needed
    Peak power shaving and highly efficient regenerative capability
    During power outages, ultracapacitors provide bridge power until a fuel cell, generator or other temporary power source is started
    Individually powering control circuitry, ultracapacitors insure that critical safety switches are operable during power outages
    Major Applications
    Critical continuous manufacturing facilities
    Material Handling (forklift and scissor lifts)
    Hospitals and other emergency facilities
    Replace banks of lead-acid batteries at power grid and telecommunication relay sites
    Provide startup power for industrial and home fuel cells
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Transportation
    More Capacitance; Smaller Form Factor
    The Ultracapacitor Advantage
    Ability to deliver burst power
    Accepts fast charging from various sources
    Power can be located at point of need
    Major Applications
    Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)
    Boost acceleration
    Capture braking energy
    Peripheral electronics support
    Standard Automotive
    42-volt subsystem for radios and electronics
    Supplemental 12 volt starting and power management
    Safety power for breaks, windows, telephone, locks
    Emergency lighting
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Ultracaps
    Ultracaps
    Ultracaps
    Engine
    (Gas or Diesel)
    Engine
    (Gas or Diesel)
    Transmission
    Transmission
    Ultracaps
    Automotive
    Full Hybrid
    Start-Stop
    Recuperation
    Torque Assist
    Electric Drive
    Instant Heat
    Micro Hybrid
    Electric Steering
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Military
    Parent Company has 45 Years Producing Military-Spec Capacitor Technology
    The Ultracapacitor Advantage
    Ability to deliver burst power
    Low temperature operation
    Accepts fast charging from various sources
    Power can be located at point of need
    Major Applications
    Transportation
    Boost acceleration
    Cold starting
    Electronic subsystems support
    Weapons and Communications
    42-volt subsystem for radios and electronics
    Surveillance buoys
    Rail, ray and laser guns
    Warhead control
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Industry Drivers
    The future is in high voltage, cost effective solutions
    Performance
    Development Focus
    Today’s technology is acceptable for low voltage commercial applications
    Cost
    2 Volts 250 Volts 600 Volts 1500 Volts
    Emerging
    Advanced
    Commercialized
    State of the Technology
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Grants and R&D
    Ioxus has received millions of dollars in grant funding from federal, state, and local resources
    R&D efforts include innovations that increase ultracapacitor energy, electrode enhancements that increase power density, and power modules that solve energy and power density issues
    12 patents applications have been filed, while numerous others are being prepared
    © 2007-2009 Ioxus, Inc. All rights reserved.