Question about Boss Audio CAP10 10 Farad Digital Capacitor w/Blue Illumination
Do i have to discharge boss audio 2.5 fraud Capacitor before switching to another car
This is a specialized capacitor device. This device is designed to hold and discharge a very high amount of electrical current in a very short time to an audio amplifier as needed during a demand. As with that said, safety is a big issue with any attempt to discharge or transport these devices. That stored current packs a punch if you attempt to dead short it out (not advised, makes huge sparks, could cause damage or injury). You should consult your owners manual concerning your specific equipment. but since you are dealing with only 12-15 volts of electricity, you can just simply easily move it to your new vehicle with no problem, just DO NOT Short it out, or touch the terminals with wet hands when you move and reinstall it. :D
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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