I have seen caps have a max working voltage. Does this mean that caps begin to discharge at the voltage they were charged at, and then drop,
or will they always begin discharging with a specified discharge voltage.
Based on my assumptions that a high-capacity, low draw circuit (once charged) output should be fairly steady,
if I were to put the cap with a 200? resistor to make sure the max current drawn at 5V is 25mA would this be correct
SKU:N99CN on http://www.maplin.co.uk/double-layer-backup-capacitors-98185 is rated for 0.1F at 5.5V. If I were to trickle charge this, would that then work?
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