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Lanzar Vector 80 Farad 16 Volt Hybrid Capacitor
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  Lanzar Vector 80 Farad 16 Volt  Hybrid Capacitor
 




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All Jeeps (Universal), All Vehicles (Universal)


Description:
Chrome Plated Case
Blue Digital Display
Flashing Blue LED Light with printed Lanzar Vector logo
With 1*0/4ga in & 1*0/4ga out chrome plated NEG/POS power block
Packaged in a aluminum tooling box
Dimensions: 12.165"L x 7.149"W x 3.386"H
ABOUT LANZAR
Lanzar is a Brooklyn, NY based car audio company that has been in the game for several decades. Their mission is to offer great customer service and top-notch car audio components without compromise. Lanzar utilizes several demonstration vehicles to showcase their products and they have a nice trophy case to show how their gear stacks up in competition. With a product range that covers the entire car audio spectrum Lanzar works hard to keep their products affordable for the budget conscious consumer who still demands high-quality sound.
FAQs
Q: What does a Power Capacitor do? Why buy a Power Capacitor?
A: A power capacitor is a device used in your car audio setup to act as a buffer between your car battery and amplifier. Wired in line between the battery and amp it works by storing up energy from the battery so that when a drop in system voltage is detected it can temporarily release the stored energy to the amplifier. This helps to stabilize voltage across the system and will extend the life of your car audio components, especially amplifiers. It is important to match your capacitors power capabilities to that of your amplifier.

Q: How does the voltage affect a power capacitor? How do I know which voltage is best for me?
A: Capacitors generally have two different voltage ratings: an operating voltage which indicates the amount of voltage a capacitor can take for long term use, and a surge voltage rating that tells the maximum amount of short term voltage the capacitor can withstand before failing. Car audio capacitors are generally available in 16 volt and 20 volt versions with some 24 volt versions becoming popular. In theory the more voltage the capacitor is rated for the higher the amount of energy it can store. However when hooked up to a car audio system the capacitor will only operate to the maximum voltage of the rest of the circuit. For most cars the alternator/battery circuit doesn't exceed more than +/- 14 volts so the capacitor will only operate at this voltage. Unless you have a custom setup that is able to charge a 24 volt capacitor to its maximum voltage there is no real gain to going bigger than a 16 volt capacitor.

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