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IEC 62391-2

Fixed electric double-layer capacitors for use in electronic equipment – Part 2: Sectional specification – Electric double-layer capacitors for power application

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 April 2006
Status: active
Page Count: 30
ICS Code (Fixed capacitors): 31.060.10
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This part of IEC 62391 applies to electric double-layer capacitors for power application.

Electric double-layer capacitors for power are intended for applications that require discharge currents in the range from mA to A. The characteristics of the capacitors include such performance as relatively high capacitance and low internal resistance, which is applicable to Class 3 of the measurement classification specified in IEC 62391-1.

The definition of power density and its calculating procedure should be in accordance with Annex A.

Object

The object of this standard is to prescribe preferred ratings and characteristics and to select from IEC 62391-1 the appropriate quality assessment procedures, tests and measuring methods and to give general performance requirements for this type of capacitor. Test severities and requirements prescribed in detail specifications referring to this sectional specification shall be of equal or higher performance level; lower performance levels are not permitted.

Document History

IEC 62391-2
April 1, 2006
Fixed electric double-layer capacitors for use in electronic equipment – Part 2: Sectional specification – Electric double-layer capacitors for power application
This part of IEC 62391 applies to electric double-layer capacitors for power application. Electric double-layer capacitors for power are intended for applications that require discharge currents in...

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