eBooks enable people on the move to download and store up to 500 books to read anywhere, anytime. Typically powered with 4 AA batteries, the latest generation of eBook readers uses new display and electronic ink technology in a compact, lightweight device about the size of a paperback novel. Wireless Internet connectivity give these appliances the mobility and data access consumers need.
As with many other mobile devices, CAP-XX thin supercapacitors can work together with the eBook battery system to provide the power pulsing capabilities needed to manage peak power needs of the specialized display technologies often used. Additionally, they extend usage time and enable the design of smaller, lighter, more cost effective consumer devices.
Application Brief No. 1005
Electrolytic and Tantalum Capacitor Replacement (PDF, 75KB)
Application Brief No. 1006
Pulse Load Applications (PDF, 183KB)
Application Brief No 1013
Effect of Supercapacitor Distance from a Load (PDF, 152KB)