Can i charge in real circuit any capacitor, that is rated to 2.7 V to input voltage 12 V as shown in the picture?
I mean regular charging and discharging. The current through capacitor will never exceed 12V(input DC voltage)/500Ohm (series resistance )
Regards and thanks.
By the way : found this text :
"The voltage rating is only the maximum voltage that a capacitor should be exposed to, not the voltage that the capacitor will charge up to. A capacitor will only charge to a specific voltage level if fed that level of voltage from a DC power source."
Can you confirm!
sorry. this is the principal scheme.