PBC Tech is attending IDTechEx November 15-16, 2017 in Santa Clara, CA demonstrating how we are enabling the next generation of IOT and Wireless mobile devices.
On the exhibit floor we will showcase PowerRESPONDER, our hybrid, high-energy supercapactitor product line that delivers improved energy performance for applications ranging from industrial to medical to automotive. Anywhere high availability coupled with rapid recharge is required, PowerRESPONDER can help. For backup power at high temperatures where batteries fail rapidly, PowerRESPONDER has durability. Plus, our presentation, titled: Decoupling Battery Runtime Concerns with High Energy Density Supercapacitors, will take place at 5:00 pm on November 15, further highlighting the commercial options for today’s energy management needs.
At this event, we will showcase the benefits of PowerRESPONDER, for applications requiring safer, longer-lasting and faster charging power sources. PowerRESPONDER, a UL-certified, hybrid supercapacitor, provides a 5X to 8X higher energy density over competitive offerings, while allowing for much smaller volume and weight. PowerRESPONDER cells are in production and shipping now.
Along with PowerRESPONDER, we will provide an update on PowerWRAPPER, offering energy and power density in an unprecedented thinness profile. The unique form factor of PowerWRAPPER means it can easily fit around or between batteries and other structural components in electronic devices with stable voltage and clean pulse power at all points, wherever pulse power is needed.
We are excited to be at IDTechEx, where more than 3,000 attendees, 250 exhibitors and 240 speakers will converge representing emerging technologies that are coming together to create new value and market opportunities. In addition to exhibiting, PBC Tech is part of the conference agenda. Gene Armstrong, PBC Tech’s Director of Applications will talk about Decoupling Battery Runtime Concerns with High Energy Density Supercapacitors. Gene’s presentation on November 15 at 5:00 pm will show how breakthroughs in supercapacitor technology are leading to innovative approaches to reducing battery runtime anxiety in smaller, high pulse power mobile devices. And, the best part is that these technologies are commercially available today.