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Badger
08-12-2008, 04:45 AM
Hello

I have a motor out of an old remote control toy the battery is 9.6v .. I have never seen one with a capacitor between the positive and negitive power connections what may this be.

I would like to use this in something i am trying to build using a relay but i dont know what this capacitor does it has a 104 on it and it is a pancake looking thing.

Badger

i tried to upload a pic but my system i guess wont do it

stamptrol
08-12-2008, 04:59 AM
Just ignore it. It's a small, non-polarized, capacitor to minimize radio interference in nearby (usually AM) radios.

Cheers,

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SRLM
08-12-2008, 08:04 AM
Depending on what you bought, it might be easier to send signals to the chip that was in the car rather than use a relay or H Bridge. If its a high end car (for racing) then it most likely has a 3 wire interface that you could use.