The total parallel capacitance of a circuit can be calculated using a parallel capacitor calculator.
Based on the formula, the parallel capacitor calculator determines the total capacitance.
The unit of the output that it provides is the farad (F).
How is parallel capacitance calculated?
In effect, adding the plate area combined yields the entire capacitance value of the capacitors connected in parallel. In other words, the sum of all the parallel individual capacitances equals the overall capacitance.
CT = Eqivalent Capacitance,
C1, C2 = Individual Capacitors
Enter any two based known capacitor values, and the result will show the appropriate value:
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