So capacitors help alot to smooth everything.I need that.
Is there a way capacitors harm a circuit if you need a smooth clean voltage?
What happens if i have 5v powersupply and i put lots of various capacitors(ceramic,electrolytic,tantalum), all rated over 5v btw. ground and +5v?
Do i get a smooth stable clean signal or do i harm my circuit in some way?
Have capacitors no drawback appart from low ESR / charging discharging time?
I'm new to electronics 2 months ago i didn't even know what caps are for . Even if i replaced various caps on older electronic devices.
Now after reading some stuff about electronics i understood that caps are good.
Those "Batteries" that store energy & "linearize" the voltage output. All i needed to know is if there is a drawback.
I experiment atm with simple circuits , simple ic's and most examples on the web are capacitor less. Even if each IC's Vcc should have a CAP. Each button each pot each sensor.To linearize the voltage and protect from current rushes.
All i wanted to know was if there was some sort of drawback on those "simple" circuits.
Apparentely no. If you don't exceed the capacitance.
My question started with totally different words wich i deleted after
"The wall of text makes it less likely that people will answer your question"
Like i said i'm not an electronical engineer so many things aren't that logical for me, I also have no oscilloscope to check the correct value of the capacitors by myself. All i can do is to google and find an adeguate formula and base everything on that.
Said that i don't get all the downvotes.
I'm just trying to learn new stuff and compensate the missing measuring tools with the knowledge i get from my friend google and you guys.
Actually a simple answer like "yes more caps don't harm" would have ben enough.