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  • n. Plural form of capacitor.


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  • "The idea of getting rid of the batteries and putting in capacitors is to get more power back and get it back faster," Hebner said.

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  • This would work as the trips are short and the charge time for super capacitors is very rapid.

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  • America II unwittingly purchased bogus capacitors from a Chinese supplier.

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  • Cell phones, laptop computers, and electronic appliances contain thin strips of metal called capacitors, which control voltage and store energy.

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  • BCC Research said in February that the products using graphene are likely to be energy storage devices known as capacitors, and structural materials.

  • Detailed tests showed the new batteries hold five times as much energy as conventional quick-discharging devices called capacitors do, and they deliver that power 10 times as quickly as conventional lithium ion batteries can.

  • When the Transmodule decelerates to position itself for the robotic packing process, the drive motor switches over to generator mode, thereby supplying electricity stored in capacitors, which is used when starting up again.

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  • Overheating dries out capacitors, which is probably the single greatest cause of power supply failure. dryout, schedule testing of both supplies at least annually to be certain that each is capable of functioning properly.

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  • The capacitors are a key factor of power supply on the system.

  • There are other technologies in the works such as capacitors and even flywheel devices.

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