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Young Electronics Ultracapacitor Module

Young Electronics Group announce the availability of the 75-volt BOOSTCAP® ultracapacitor module to
provide a scaleable, costeffective, low-maintenance solution to meet the backup power and power quality
requirements of wind turbines and other renewable energy generation and industrial equipment applications.

Maxwell developed the new module in response to market demand for an easyto-integrate energy storage
building block for a variety of electrical system functions, including:

• Backup power for orderly shutdown of wind turbine blade pitch mechanisms and automated manufacturing

• Buffering to enhance the consistency of wind, solar and wave power input into the utility grid.

• Low-maintenance alternative to batteries for short-term bridge power for uninterruptible power supplies

The new 75-volt module augments Maxwells existing line of standard multi-cell ultracapacitor module products ranging from 15 to 390 volts and offers a low ESR - 15mO in a compact and cost effective package which maximizes the energy density and delivery to power the largest pitch systems or provide backup for
high voltage systems. The 75V, 94F modules can provide up to 73 Wh of storage and up to four modules can be wired in series.

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