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In Reply to: Can I bypass parallel Caps posted by jjhaz on June 16, 2012 at 06:11:41:
Using two equal value capacitors in series + to + or - to - makes one bipolar capacitor of half the value of one single capacitor.
Capacitors in series values add like resistors in parallel.
So if C448 in your diagram is intended to be a 470uF bipolar you need to use two pairs of 2 470uF in series, in parallel. That would be use all four C446, C447, C448, C449.
As far as bypassing treat the two (or four) as one single capacitor.
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Topic - Can I bypass parallel Caps - jjhaz 06:11:41 06/16/12 (4)Follow Ups
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