|What is a Capacitor? Why is it Important?
A capacitor is a component that stores electrical energy with a pair of metal plates separated by a non-conductive substance (dielectric). Charging the capacitor requires electrical charges of opposing polarity on each plate. The storage capacity (capacitance) depends on the size of the capacitor and is stored in units of farads.
Capacitors are categorized based on the following:
High quality Japanese AC capacitor => high reliable & input voltage stability
High quality Taiwanese DC capacitor => output voltage stability
High quality solid capacity => output voltage stability & minimize voltage noise
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