LS Mtron LSUM 016R2C 0500F EA

16.2V / 500F Ultracapacitor
Material Handling, Engine Cranking, Emergency lighting, Uninterruptible Power Supply
Industrial, Transportation, EV/HEV, Resources
Wide Operating Temperature, High Rate Power Delivery, Long Shelf and Cycle Life, Deep Discharge Recovery
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LS Ultracapacitor energy storage devices are positioned between conventional electrolytic capacitors and rechargeable batteries. LS Ultracapacitors are optimized for the highest performance with the lowest resistance possible. They feature high power, high energy, reliability and long life which enables use in a variety of applications such as back­up power, auxiliary power, instantaneous power compensation and peak power compensation.

  • High power performance compared to batteries
  • High energy performance vs electrolytic capacitors
  • Low ESR and high power vs. competing ultracapacitors
  • Robust design for improved long term reliability
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Maintenance­ free
  • Wide operating temperature range (-40℃ to +65℃)


Rated Voltage: 16.2V
Capacitance: 500F
Capacitance Tolerance: 0% / +20%
Cell Configuration: Radial Cell
Operating Temperature: -40 ~ 65 °C
Storage Temperature: -40 ~ 70 °C
Transport Class: Approved for shipping as non-hazardous per UN 3499 CAPACITOR
Resistance (DC): 1.7mΩ
Maximum Current: 2200 A
Leakage Current: <5 mA
Energy Density: 3.6 Wh/kg
Maximum Stored Energy: 18.2 Wh
Length: 6.72 CM
Width: 41.62 CM
Height: 17.59 CM
Weight: 5.6 KG
Shelf Life: After 1500 hours storage at +65 o C without load shall meet specification of endurance
Calendar Life: After 1500 hours application of Rated voltage. DC at 65 ℃ , the capacitor shall meet the following limits.
Cycle Life: After 1,000,000 cycles between rated voltage to half rated voltage at +25 o C


  • Module construction
  • M8/M10 terminals


  • Peak Power Assistance
  • Back Up Power
  • Regenerating Storage
  • Battery Replacement


  • ISO9001 2008, ISO14001 2004
  • UL810A Certificate No. MH46367
  • OHSAS 18001 2007
  • IEC 61373 IEC 60068 Shock & Vibration