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why are they always so many capacitors in a circuit

Posted:? Jan 10, 2012 8:28 PM


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why are they always so many capacitors in a circuit and how do i know when and where i need sort of a newbee at electronics
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Posted:? Jan 12, 2012 8:47 AM


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Well, capacitors are used to store charge and can release it instantaneously for high-speed use such as in camera flash. They can also get rid of ripples and block DC voltage that may damage the circuit or device.
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