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spiegeaMon Dec-18-06 03:06 PM
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"Condenser"


  

          

With a Boyer MKIII, a 12 Volt Dina Coil, and a Podtronics charging system, do I need to add a condenser somwhere? What exactly does a small little condenser do? Where does it plug into?

  

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dynodaveWed Dec-20-06 07:55 AM
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#1. "RE: Condenser"
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You should not need a capacitor (FWIW condenser is an obsolete automotive term for capacitor).
A capacitor functionally is akin to a air storage tank.
IE if you put air volume (current)in under pressure(voltage) and then remove the pressure the air comes back out.

  

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