14 Nov 2023 -
 General

More power to Astute Electronics with CAP-XX supercapacitors global distribution agreement  

Buy Cap-XX supercapacitors from Astute Electronics

We are delighted to represent CAP-XX products to our customers in all sectors, from aerospace and defence to medical, rail, and renewable energy. Join our eDesign community for more advice on electronic component design and selection.

Electronic component and supply chain experts, Astute Electronics, has signed an authorised distribution agreement to globally offer CAP-XX’s state-of-the-art supercapacitors. Leading the global forefront, CAP-XX is renowned for producing the world’s slimmest high-power supercapacitors, with an exceptional ability to meet the burst power, micro energy harvesting, and backup power demands of portable and IoT devices.

Stewart Burns, Technical BDM – Passives & Discrete at Astute, commented, “Our alliance with CAP-XX is a testament to our dedication to drive technological advancement. Their high-power density and exceptional energy storage solutions are, simply put, revolutionary.

“We are delighted to represent their products to our customers in all sectors, from aerospace and defence to medical, rail, and renewable energy.”

With a strong foothold in the design and manufacture of supercapacitors that range from ultra-thin prismatic to hybrid, CAP-XX’s uniqueness lies in its unmatched power density and energy storage, all packed efficiently in a prismatic package. As a testament to their pioneering work, the corporation has secured a robust intellectual property portfolio, encompassing 11 patent families.

With its listing on the London Stock Exchange AIM market and headquarters in Sydney, Australia, CAP-XX’s global outreach is poised to expand even further, driven by the dynamic partnership with Astute.

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