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Thread: Solar Panels? - Why PWM Works
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At 10:45 AM 3/8/99 -0500, you wrote:
>If you connect a capacitor in parallel with any battery
>with high internal impedance, it will delivery a higher
>peak of power at the initial connection since the cap
>has an impedance lower than the battery.

Won't you actually achieve max. power transfer to the cap when the product
of the voltage across it and the current thru it is maximum? This won't
occur when you first hook it up because the voltage across the cap is
initially zero,so the power transfered is initially zero.


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