Printed supercapacitors

Manufacturing, electrical properties and life-time

Jari Keskinen, Leo von Hertzen, Mikael Bergelin, Max Johansson, Timo Flyktman, Elina Jansson

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther conference contributionScientific

Abstract

Our development facilitates the manufacturing of inexpensive supercapacitors by printing technology. The components are designed to be used in high-volume applications such as RFID or packaging. We have applied activated carbon ink electrodes with various electrolytes including aqueous sodium nitrate and TEABF4 in propylene carbonate. The electrode structures have been fabricated using either pilot scale rotary screen printing or laboratory scale bar coater. Coated aluminium laminates have been used as substrates and encapsulation. The geometric area of the printed supercapacitors has been 2-100 cm2 resulting to 0.2 - 20 F capacitance. The cycle life exceeds 50000 cycles.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventSupercapacitors Europe 2014 - Berlin, Germany
Duration: 1 Apr 20142 Apr 2014

Conference

ConferenceSupercapacitors Europe 2014
CountryGermany
CityBerlin
Period1/04/142/04/14

Fingerprint

Electric properties
Electrodes
Screen printing
Encapsulation
Radio frequency identification (RFID)
Ink
Activated carbon
Propylene
Laminates
Printing
Life cycle
Carbonates
Nitrates
Packaging
Capacitance
Electrolytes
Sodium
Aluminum
Substrates
Supercapacitor

Keywords

  • supercapacitors
  • printed electronics
  • energy storage

Cite this

Keskinen, J., von Hertzen, L., Bergelin, M., Johansson, M., Flyktman, T., & Jansson, E. (2014). Printed supercapacitors: Manufacturing, electrical properties and life-time. Supercapacitors Europe 2014, Berlin, Germany.
Keskinen, Jari ; von Hertzen, Leo ; Bergelin, Mikael ; Johansson, Max ; Flyktman, Timo ; Jansson, Elina. / Printed supercapacitors : Manufacturing, electrical properties and life-time. Supercapacitors Europe 2014, Berlin, Germany.
@conference{a19c480f05714d769a316d439f747c91,
title = "Printed supercapacitors: Manufacturing, electrical properties and life-time",
abstract = "Our development facilitates the manufacturing of inexpensive supercapacitors by printing technology. The components are designed to be used in high-volume applications such as RFID or packaging. We have applied activated carbon ink electrodes with various electrolytes including aqueous sodium nitrate and TEABF4 in propylene carbonate. The electrode structures have been fabricated using either pilot scale rotary screen printing or laboratory scale bar coater. Coated aluminium laminates have been used as substrates and encapsulation. The geometric area of the printed supercapacitors has been 2-100 cm2 resulting to 0.2 - 20 F capacitance. The cycle life exceeds 50000 cycles.",
keywords = "supercapacitors, printed electronics, energy storage",
author = "Jari Keskinen and {von Hertzen}, Leo and Mikael Bergelin and Max Johansson and Timo Flyktman and Elina Jansson",
note = "Project code: 77085; Supercapacitors Europe 2014 ; Conference date: 01-04-2014 Through 02-04-2014",
year = "2014",
language = "English",

}

Keskinen, J, von Hertzen, L, Bergelin, M, Johansson, M, Flyktman, T & Jansson, E 2014, 'Printed supercapacitors: Manufacturing, electrical properties and life-time' Supercapacitors Europe 2014, Berlin, Germany, 1/04/14 - 2/04/14, .

Printed supercapacitors : Manufacturing, electrical properties and life-time. / Keskinen, Jari; von Hertzen, Leo; Bergelin, Mikael; Johansson, Max; Flyktman, Timo; Jansson, Elina.

2014. Supercapacitors Europe 2014, Berlin, Germany.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther conference contributionScientific

TY - CONF

T1 - Printed supercapacitors

T2 - Manufacturing, electrical properties and life-time

AU - Keskinen, Jari

AU - von Hertzen, Leo

AU - Bergelin, Mikael

AU - Johansson, Max

AU - Flyktman, Timo

AU - Jansson, Elina

N1 - Project code: 77085

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - Our development facilitates the manufacturing of inexpensive supercapacitors by printing technology. The components are designed to be used in high-volume applications such as RFID or packaging. We have applied activated carbon ink electrodes with various electrolytes including aqueous sodium nitrate and TEABF4 in propylene carbonate. The electrode structures have been fabricated using either pilot scale rotary screen printing or laboratory scale bar coater. Coated aluminium laminates have been used as substrates and encapsulation. The geometric area of the printed supercapacitors has been 2-100 cm2 resulting to 0.2 - 20 F capacitance. The cycle life exceeds 50000 cycles.

AB - Our development facilitates the manufacturing of inexpensive supercapacitors by printing technology. The components are designed to be used in high-volume applications such as RFID or packaging. We have applied activated carbon ink electrodes with various electrolytes including aqueous sodium nitrate and TEABF4 in propylene carbonate. The electrode structures have been fabricated using either pilot scale rotary screen printing or laboratory scale bar coater. Coated aluminium laminates have been used as substrates and encapsulation. The geometric area of the printed supercapacitors has been 2-100 cm2 resulting to 0.2 - 20 F capacitance. The cycle life exceeds 50000 cycles.

KW - supercapacitors

KW - printed electronics

KW - energy storage

UR - http://www.idtechex.com/printed-electronics-europe-14/downloads.asp

M3 - Other conference contribution

ER -

Keskinen J, von Hertzen L, Bergelin M, Johansson M, Flyktman T, Jansson E. Printed supercapacitors: Manufacturing, electrical properties and life-time. 2014. Supercapacitors Europe 2014, Berlin, Germany.