I know that if I put two capacitors in parallel their total capacitance is the sum of both caps added together. But here's where I get a little foggy, if they're in series - assume two identical caps (say for the sake of example 220 µF) the capacitance is going to be 110 µF. I believe that's right. But I was wondering about voltages: If these two example caps are 10 volts each, in parallel, are they still 10 volts? In series, are they going to be 20 volts ? ? ?
Been reading the AAC education stuff and didn't find anything on the voltage side of the equation. Your guidance is needed.
Thanks all.
Been reading the AAC education stuff and didn't find anything on the voltage side of the equation. Your guidance is needed.
Thanks all.