Polyacene Batteries

Here's some wierd batteries that seem like really dense capacitors. Does anyone know how to cahrge them? Do you just touch both ends to a battery?http://www.goldmine-elec-products.com/products.asp?dept=1235

Posted by guyfrom7up 10 years ago


What are polyacene batteries? Answered

Hi, I've recently come across these batteries that say "Polyacene Battery". I looked at the rating, and it's stated in Farads. I went on Wikipedia but it didn't show up, however the search results had one entry, "supercapacitors". So are these supercapacitors or batteries? I do however know they are rechargeable. PS The link to where i found these is http://www.goldmine-elec-products.com/prodinfo.asp?number=G13133A.

Asked by LiquidLightning 7 years ago


Low voltage on Supercaps is a pain.

So, back when All Elecronics had them, I bought 100 of the 1F cooper (relatively high current) supercaps (2.5V), and likewise 100 of the Polyacene "batteries" that Electronics Goldmine is selling (0.6F, 3V, 20ohm.) But I've found the low voltages much more inhibiting than I thought it would be in actually using these. Have people managed to find good uses for these despite the low voltages?

Posted by westfw 10 years ago