DotMod dotStick Revo Supercapacitor Kit
DotMod dotStick Revo Supercapacitor Kit
R E V O L U T I O N A R Y .
Introducing the dotStick Revo from DotMod, the world's first vaporizer to utilize a supercapacitor instead of a traditional lithium ion battery. The benefits of a supercapacitor over a battery are endless. Supercapacitors can be charged and discharged over 15,000 times with minimal degradation, whereas a normal lithium ion battery can only be charged and discharged 300 times or less with the same loss. This makes supercapacitors extremely useful in applications regarding frequent energy storage and release.
Supercapacitor Equivalent to a 700mAh Lithium Ion Battery
3.5mL Capacity PCTG Tank
5W to 30W Output Range
Compatible with all 0.3Ω or higher dotCoils
5 Minute Charging with a 30W Charger (charger not included)
A NEW ENERGY-STORING SOLUTION - With this energy storing solution, equivalent to a 700mAh battery, the need for traditional batteries in the future is obsolete. Considering the supercapacitor's low internal resistance, they can obtain significant charge in less than 5 minutes using a 30W charger (not included).
ADAPTABILITY - With both MTL and DTL vaping styles to choose from, you can vape freebase nicotine or salt-based nicotine e-liquids out of the 3.5mL capacity dotStick Revo Tank. The dotStick Revo can output between 5W and 35W, utilizing any of the available resistance options of DotMod's world famous dotCoils, rated over 0.3Ω.
1 x dotStick Revo
1 x dotStick Revo Replacement Tank 3.5mL
1 x dotCoil 0.7Ω
1 x dotCoil 0.9Ω
1 x Drip Tip
More information on Supercapacitors...
What is a Supercapacitor?
Standard capacitors are composed of two metallic plates or electrodes separated by a dielectric substance. When a voltage is applied, electrons accumulate at one of the electrodes, storing the electrical charge. In the meantime, the dielectric material tucked between the electrodes undergoes a process known as “dielectric polarization,” which contributes to increased capacitance.
Supercapacitors operate on the same principles, with the exception that the wedging material is an electrolytic solution rather than a dielectric content. When applied voltage, an “electrical double layer” is formed, which aligns both negative and positive charges along the boundaries of the electrodes and the electrolytic solution. This location serves as a warehouse for electric charges. Activated carbon is frequently used to increase the size of boundary areas. This is because the capacitance of a supercapacitor is proportional to the area of the “electrical double layer.” This activated carbon is a well-known porous material with numerous surface holes that aid in covering a large surface area.
Supercapacitors have the same structure as a typical battery for electricity storage due to the electrolytic solution and electrodes. In a battery, chemical reactions occur between the electrolytic solution and the electrodes; however, supercapacitors only allow electrons to move between electrodes. Because of these distinctions, the properties of a battery and a supercapacitor differ.
What are the benefits of a Supercapacitor?
Charging Time - Charging and discharge times of supercapacitors are equivalent to those of conventional capacitors. Considering their low internal resistance, they can obtain significant charge and discharge currents. Batteries can take many hours to fully charge – a cell phone battery is a good example – whereas supercapacitors can reach the same charge state in less than two minutes.
Definite Power - The specific energy of a battery or supercapacitor is a metric used to evaluate different technologies based on maximum power output divided by total device mass. Supercapacitors have a specific power that is 5 to 10 times that of batteries. For example, while Li-ion batteries have a specific power of 1 – 3 kW/kg, a typical supercapacitor has a specific power of around 10 kW/kg. This property is particularly important in applications that demand the storage device to release energy in short bursts.
Life Cycle & Safety - When treated unfairly, supercapacitor batteries are safer than standard batteries. When batteries are short-circuited, they are known to spontaneously combust due to excessive heating; however, supercapacitors do not heat up as much due to their low internal resistance. Supercapacitors can be charged and discharged over 15,000 times with minimal degradation, whereas a normal lithium ion battery can only be charged and discharged 300 times or less with the same loss. This makes supercapacitors extremely useful in applications requiring frequent energy storage and release.