[sdiy] emulating bi-polar capacitors
David G Dixon
dixon at mail.ubc.ca
Wed Feb 16 21:39:27 CET 2022
> One thing I would be careful on is thinking two 47uFs back to back gives a
23uF capacitor. It probably should at low applied voltages but as voltage
increases you may see an increase in capacitance as the reversed one tends
towards a short.
This is where I believe that people tend to overthink these things. I
needed to eliminate DC from my multiplier inputs, and back-to-back 47uF caps
did the trick admirably. Moving on with my life.
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