Function introduction of energy storage/pulse capacitor

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As the name implies, a storage/pulse capacitor is a device that stores energy and releases it in pulses. Widely used in various fields such as electronic equipment and power plants.

Energy Storage/Pulse Capacitor Introduction

The main principle of energy storage/pulse capacitors is to store energy in a capacitor using an electric field, and then discharge the stored energy through an inductor to generate a high-voltage pulse. An electric field is generated by a voltage applied across the two electrodes of a capacitor, and energy is stored in the field. When the voltage is removed, the electric field disappears and the stored energy is released. The released energy generates high voltage pulses through the inductor.

The storage/pulse capacitor has a very short time constant, so high voltage pulses with short rise times can be delivered. In addition, since there is no physical contact between the electrodes, there is no wear and tear, resulting in a long service life.

Energy storage/pulse capacitor application range

Energy storage/pulse capacitors have a wide range of applications. It can be applied to various fields such as power grid, wind power, solar energy, new energy vehicles, electric tools, UPS, etc.

Power grid: It can be used in DC power supply system and AC power supply system to store energy and release energy when needed.

Wind power generation: It can be used for wind power generators to store energy when the wind is strong and release energy when the wind is small.

Solar energy: can be used in solar panels, store energy when the sun is full, and release energy when the sun is less.

New energy vehicles: can be used in electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles, store energy and release it when needed.

Power tools: It can be used for electric drills, chainsaws and other tools to store energy and release it when needed.

UPS: It can be used in UPS system to provide backup power and ensure continuous power supply.

Energy storage/pulse capacitor function

An energy storage/pulse capacitor is a device that can store and release large amounts of energy very quickly. It is used in a variety of applications that require a sudden release of energy, such as pulsed power systems, lasers, and power grids.

A capacitor consists of two conducting plates separated by an insulating material called a dielectric. When a voltage is applied to the plate, an electric field is created within the dielectric, which stores energy. The amount of energy that can be stored depends on the size of the plates, the distance between them and the type of dielectric used. When the voltage is removed, the electric field collapses and the stored energy is quickly released. This sudden release of energy can be used to power electrical equipment or to generate light or heat.

Energy storage/pulse capacitors are important components in electronic equipment. It stores electricity and releases it quickly when needed. Pulse capacitors can also provide short-term high current, which is very helpful for the normal operation of electronic equipment. Sunray Link is a professional high-tech enterprise. It has a front-end RD and manufacturing team for power electronic film capacitors. So far, it has owned more than 30 new patents and participated in the drafting and compilation of 7 national and industry standards. If you are interested in our products, welcome to consult and buy!