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CAP-XX Brite Flash Power Architecture for Camphones

Mark Peters : 2006-03-11 17:40:00
CAP-XX Brite Flash Power Architecture for Camera phones CAP-XX announced its BriteFlash power architecture to provide LED flash camera phones with enough light to produce high-resolution images. Some phone manufacturers have experimented with long flash exposure times to compensate for low-light problems, which then result in blurry digital photographs. CAP-XX's BriteFlash architecture provides enough flash power to eliminate both dark and blurry digital photos using high-capacitance (0.4 to 1 farad), low equivalent-series-resistance (less than 100 milliohms), thin (1 to 3 millimeters) prismatic supercapacitors to support a battery and deliver the pulse power to drive an LED to full light intensity.

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