How to safely charge and discharge a supercap
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In this video we look at one way of safely charging and discharging a supercapacitor. We use a suitable resistor to limit the current and cutoff the power as the cap reaches our desired level of charge. There are other ways to achieve this, but this is a simple method available to anyone with a DC power supply.
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