11/6/2003 - Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL) will conduct a live online NetSeminar entitled, "WANTED: High-Reliability Back-Up Power Solutions" at 10 a.m. (Pacific), November 12, 2003.
Gary Jasinski, Maxwell's director of OEM sales -- power systems, said that participants will learn how to design ultracapacitors into back-up power systems for short-term bridge power, power quality ride through and optimized secondary power sources. The presentation will cover packaging and balancing for high reliability, dynamic charging for rapid recharge and DC boost conversion to optimize ultracapacitor energy.
"Traditionally, back-up power systems have used batteries as an energy source in a wide range of applications," Jasinski said. "Ultracapacitor-based solutions offer many advantages over batteries, including higher reliability, lower maintenance, space savings, higher power density, greater predictability of condition and fewer environmental issues."
The live, interactive, seminar will allow participants to pose real-time questions to Jasinski and Mark Cohen, Maxwell's director of power products. Please use the following link to pre-register and to log on to the live seminar or access an archived replay: http://webevents.broadcast.com/cmp/wcs/index.asp?event_id=10478
Maxwell sells reliability. We develop, manufacture and market electronic components and systems that perform reliably for the life of the applications into which they are integrated. Our BOOSTCAP® ultracapacitors and ultracapacitor-based energy storage systems uniquely address applications in transportation and consumer and industrial electronics. Our high-voltage grading and coupling capacitors are used in electric utility infrastructure and other applications involving transport, distribution and measurement of high voltage electrical energy. Our radiation-mitigated microelectronic products include power modules, memory modules and single board computers that primarily address applications in aerospace.
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