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Boss Audio CPBK2 2.0 Farad Digital Capacitor

UPC: 791489120333 SKU: CPBK2
Boss Audio CPBK2 2.0 Farad Digital Capacitor
$149.99
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  • 12 Month Australian Warranty
  • Manufactured by: Boss Audio
  • Availability:In Stock
  • Model: CPBK2
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2 Farad Capacitor, Digital Voltage Meter, Black


  • Finish Color: Black
  • Equivalent Series Resistance (ESR): 0.00195 Ohms @ 120 Hz @ 25 Degrees C
  • Low-Level Input Voltage: 20 Volts
  • Remote Terminal Screw
  • Capacitance: 2 Farad, 2000000 Microfarad
  • High-Level Input Voltage: 24
  • Capacitance Tolerance: 10
  • Dimensions: 10.3" x 3" x 3"

Questions & Answers


How do I know if I need to use a capacitor, and how many Farads do I need?

A capacitor is mainly required only if you experience power-related issues such as dimming lights when playing music. The general rule of thumb is to use 1 Farad of capacitance for every 1000 watts RMS of total system power.



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