What Is A Capacitor And Do You Need One For Your Car?
Car lovers would usually ask this question, Do I need an audio capacitor for car
? To answer this question you need to know the kind of car audio system you have in your vehicle. If you are the type who
regularly upgrades your car stereo system but have no idea whether you current car electronics system can handle the power requirements chances are you are in need of one, since some cars are not capable of handling high power car stereo
The Tsunami HCAP-5 Car Capacitor
is a logical addition to your vehicle electrical system simply because not all cars are equipped to power high power car audio systems. You will notice fluctuation in power
when your headlights dim at peak energy consumption during a bass drum strike coming out from your car speakers
. It can also filter the AC voltage from the amplifier power which can produce disturbing noise.
A car audio capacitor
like the Tsunami HCAP-5 Audio Capacitor
basically stores power for your cars electric consumption. It provides the
additionally required energy to power the amplifier for it to produce the awesome sound especially when your speakers are producing the bombastic bass sound.
Only one Farad of capacitance is recommended per 500 watts of amplifier power however, you can never have too much capacitance for your cars electric system. The Tsunami HCAP 5 is a 5.0 Farad high-powered hybrid capacitor that comes with a digital volt meter. It has two 1/0 or 4-gauge
inputs and four 1/0 or 4-guage outputs for a multi-amp system of up to 3 amps. The Tsunami capacitor can provide a total of 5,000 watts RMS. This is more than enough power to feed your car amplifier.
The Tsunami HCAP-5 digital hybrid capacitor
comes in aluminium casing with a chrome plastic accent. It consists of a hinge cover to hide its terminal connections. Its display is a blue digital LCD volt meter. A
flashing red LEDs implies Hi or Low voltage. The working voltage of Tsunami capacitors
are 20 volt and at 24 volt surge. Its terminal blocks have a 1/10-gauge nickel plated, high current terminal blocks with 4-gauge
reducers. The HCAP-5 consists of one positive, one negative input, and 2 positive, 2 negative outputs.
In conclusion, whether you need a car capacitor
or not, is answered by how much power you car audio system is using. If its using allot, it will be starving your cars other electrics and which will in turn struggle to
perform how they should. If this sounds like your car audio
system, then its time to get the Tsunami HCAP-5 capacitor
to power your amplifier.
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