- Joined Jul 13, 2021
I need a power supply able to run a 2000 what inverter. I have been looking at capacitors to do it. I did find a site where a guy built one that would supply 1200 watts using 6 super capacitor so I would need two of them but was trying to sale the circuit board not the plans. I have been researching and have a few questions. Although I have heard a few explanations I am not sure I really found a good way to be sure input power to the capacitor stays at 2.5 volts under all instances. Also when you put capacitors in series the capacitance halves. Not sure how to get around this. Maybe two are three of the same circuit in parallel . Like 12 volt 10 amps. When I use the inverter I will lose some amperage, right? When I started researching this everyone seemed made it out to sound cut and dried but then I found a post that explained why most limiting circuit did not work on super capacitors. Now I think I am more confused then ever.