Hybrid capacitor battery 1520

Model number: HPC 1520

Max. charging voltage: 4.1V

Nominal . charging current: 20mA

Nominal discharge current: 500mA

Max. continuous discharge current: 2000mA

Max. capacity: 80mAh

3.67V capacity: 40mAh

3.90V capacity:60mAh

Discharge off voltage:2.5V

Resistance: ≤160mΩ

Working temperature: -40℃~+85℃

Max. external dimension(mm): 15×20


Hybrid capacitor battery can replace the Tadiran HLC1520 performance, we call it Hybrid Pulse Capacitor (HPC) , is a kind of rechargeable battery, they are used as a capacitor in IOT battery pack, where they are connected in parallel to bobbin-type lithium thionyl chloride LiSOCl2 battery. The HPCs’ have low impedance and can deliver high current pulses. Our IoT battery pack will provide the maximum of both energy and power density for different types of IoT applications.

Model number Max. charging voltage Nominal . charging current Nominal discharge current Max. continuous discharge current Max. capacity 3.67V capacity 3.90V capacity Discharge off voltage Resistance Working temperature Max. external dimension(mm)
HPC1020 4.1V 8mA 150mA 750mA 36mAh 10mAh 28mAh 2.5V ≤300mΩ -40℃~+85℃ 10×20
HPC1520 4.1V 20mA 500mA 2000mA 80mAh 40mAh 60mAh 2.5V ≤160mΩ -40℃~+85℃ 15×20
HPC1530 4.1V 50mA 800mA 3000mA 180mAh 70mAh 150mAh 2.5V ≤110mΩ -40℃~+85℃ 15×30
HPC1550 4.1V 100mA 2000mA 5000mA 450mAh 175mAh 350mAh 2.5V ≤60mΩ -40℃~+85℃ 15×505

HPC1520 Hybrid Capacitor Battery Features:

  • Excellent shelf life (10 years at room temperature).
  • Best suit for low current discharge
  • Wide temperature range from -40℃ to +85℃
  • Low self-discharge (1% or less per year)

The Applications of HPC1520 Hybrid Capacitor Battery

Water meters, Gas meters, Kilowatt per-hour meters, Electronic Packing meters, PC real-time clocks, Medical Equipment, CMOS memory backup


Our Hybrid Capacitor Battery are Compliance with UL1642, IEC62133, UN38.3 and RoHs Standard.


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