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Ultra Capacitor - Recent Technology and Market Forecast (2020)

  • ID: 2485526
  • October 2012
  • 336 Pages
  • SNE Research

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Cap-XX
  • Korchip
  • Maxwell Technology
  • Nesscap
  • Nissinbo
  • Pureechem
  • MORE

An ultra capacitor is called different names such as super capacitor, electro-chemical capacitor, and EDLC (Electric Double Layer Capacitor). However, ultra capacitors are divided into EDLCs using charge absorption of electrical double layers, pseudo capacitors using the redox reaction, and hybrid capacitors using both mechanisms.

The concept of storing electrical energy in the electrical double layer formed at the electrode/electrolyte interface has been known since the late 1800s. The first electrical storage device using the electric double layer was reported by H.I Becker Becker of General Electric (U.S. Patent 2,800,616). After that, Robert A. Rightmire, chemistry at the Standard Oil Company of Ohio (SOHIO) invented a device in the format that can commonly be used, and filed a patent on the invention (US3,288,641) in 1962, which was granted on November, 1966. It is Donald L. Boos of SOHIO that has formed the basis for the electro-chemical capacitor technology by filing a follow-on patent (U.S. 3,536,963). In 1977, NEC commercialized its super capacitor for back-up power devices for volatile clock chips and complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) computer memories READ MORE >

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Cap-XX
  • Korchip
  • Maxwell Technology
  • Nesscap
  • Nissinbo
  • Pureechem
  • MORE

1. Introduction
1.1. Electrochemical Capacitor Industry
1.2. Electrochemical Capacitor Technology

2. Electrochemical Capacitor
2.1. Definition of Electrochemical Capacitor
2.2. Principle of Electrochemical Capacitor
2.3. History of Electrochemical Capacitor
2.4. Characteristics of Electrochemical Capacitor
2.4.1. Electrochemical Capacitor VS. Capacitor
2.4.2. Electrochemical Capacitor VS. Lithium-ion Batteries
2.4.3. Electrochemical Capacitor Pros and Cons

3. Technology 1. (Technical Basis)
3.1. Classification of Electrochemical Capacitor Technology
3.2. Electrochemical Capacitor Materials
3.2.1. Activated carbon
3.2.2. Electrolyte
3.2.3. Electrode
3.3. Electrochemical Capacitor Cell Structure
3.3.1. Box type
3.3.2 Chip type
3.3.3 Coin type
3.3.4 Thin type
3.3.5. Radial type (Wound)
3.3.6. Stacking type
3.3.7. Bipolar type

4. Technology 2. Recent Trend
4.1. Advanced Technology
4.1.1. Next-generation Electrical Double Layer Capacitor (Nano-carbon electrode material )
4.1.2. Next-generation P-EDLC (Conductive polymer electrode material)
4.1.3. Next-generation P-EDLC (Metal oxide electrode material)
4.1.4. Li-ion capacitor (Asymmetric hybrid capacitor)
4.1.5. Ionic Liquid Capacitor
4.2. Present Technology
4.2.1. Electric Double Layer Capacitor (EDLC)
4.2.2. Redox Capacitor (RC)
4.2.3. PbC (Ultrabattery)
4.2.4. Hybrid Capacitor (HC)
4.3. Present Advanced Technology
4.3.1. Field Resurrection
4.3.2. NANO HYBRID CAPACITORS AT (PROF. NAOI)
4.3.3. Advanced Aqueous System
4.3.4. High-purity, high-voltage activated carbon
4.3.5. Coconut shell-based activated carbon
4.3.6. CDC (Carbon Derived Carbon)
4.3.7. CDCs (Carbonhydrate Derived Carbons)
4.3.8. New activated carbon
4.4. Technical Trend
4.4.1. Classification of Mechanism
4.4.2. Type of Structure
4.4.3. Component Material
4.4.4. Change in Industrial Structure
4.4.5. Improvement in Characteristics of Electrical Double Layer Capacitor

5. Industry Status
5.1. Korean Market Status
5.1.1. Korchip
5.1.2. Nesscap
5.1.3. LS Mtron
5.1.4. Vina Tech
5.1.5. Samwha Electric
5.1.6. Pureechem
5.2. Japanese Market Status
5.2.1. Panasonic
5.2.2. Nippon Chemi-Con
5.2.3. Advanced Capacitor Technologies
5.2.4. JM Energy
5.2.5. Taiyo Yuden Energy Device
5.2.6. Shin-Kobe Electric Machinery
5.2.7. Asahi Kasei FDK Energy Device
5.2.8. Nissinbo
5.2.9. Meidensha
5.2.10. Seiko Instruments
5.3. Overseas market
5.3.1. Maxwell Technology
5.3.2. Cap-XX

6. Application
6.1. Consumer Electronics
6.1.1. Mobile phone, smart phone
6.1.2. Mobile phone, LED Flash
6.1.3. Memory / Battery Backup
6.1.4. SSD Backup
6.1.5 Copy machine
6.2. Transportation
6.2.1. Cold Cranking
6.2.2. Trolleybus
6.2.3. Hybrid car
6.2.4. Electric car
6.2.5. Fuel cell car
6.2.6. Diesel Hybrid Bud
6.2.7. Idling Stop Capacitor
6.2.8. E-Booster
6.2.9. Train
6.2.10. Aircraft
6.2.11. Car Audio
6.3. Industry
6.3.1. LED Streetlight
6.3.2. Automatic Gauge Examination System (AMR)
6.3.3. Crane
6.3.4. Forklift
6.3.5. Toy
6.3.6. Buoy
6.3.7. Roller Coaster
6.4. Energy
6.4.1. Renewable Energy
6.4.2. Photo Voltaic
6.4.3. Wind Power
6.4.4. Energy Harvesting
6.4.5. UPS

7. Market Forecast
7.1. Electrochemical Capacitor Cost
7.1.1. Price per Capacitance
7.1.2. Price per Unit Energy (Wh)
7.1.3. Li-ion Capacitor Cost Reduction
7.2. Electrochemical Capacitor Market Forecast
7.2.1. Increase in Demand for Small-sized Electrical Double-layer Capacitor
7.2.2. Improvement in Automotive Fuel Efficiency
7.2.3. Energy Harvesting
7.3. Lithium-ion Capacitor Market Forecast
7.3.1. Internal Resistance Reduction
7.3.2. Distinction from EDLC
7.3.3. LIC Production Capacity
7.4. Electrochemical Capacitor & Lithium-ion Capacitor
7.4.1. Position of Li-ion Capacitor
7.4.2. Hybrid Capacitor
7.5. Electrochemical Capacitor Market Forecast
7.5.1. Market Segmentation
7.5.2. Characteristic of Electrochemical Capacitor
7.5.3. Electrochemical Capacitor Market Forecast by Capacity
7.5.4. Electrochemical Capacitor Market Forecast by Purpose

Figures

Tables

Appendix

- Advanced Capacitor Technologies
- Asahi Kasei FDK Energy Device
- Cap-XX
- JM Energy
- Korchip
- LS Mtron
- Maxwell Technology
- Meidensha
- Nesscap
- Nippon Chemi-Con
- Nissinbo
- Panasonic
- Pureechem
- Samwha Electric
- Seiko Instruments
- Shin-Kobe Electric Machinery
- Taiyo Yuden Energy Device
- Vina Tech

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