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but how do i charge the capacitor using dc eliminator and how do i know when it is fully charged if i am using a multimeter??? plz answer for a 440uf cap
If you build a large bank, you may have to use a resistor to keep the wall wart alive, as a large capacity will look like a short circuit initially
i dint understand. does that mean that i need to keep the amperage low using a resistor??
and what do i do to dump all the charge in one go. i need quite a high amperage.
do i need to use a high voltage rated cap..somewhat like 200v?
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most of the websites whr i read it says tht u need a high voltage rated cap for tht kind of thng........but i thnk magnetic force depends upon current.
basically i jst need a velocity of 0.5 m/s
velocity of that sort cant hurt someone
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