Here, using this Capacitor Calculator you can calculate the total equivalent capacitance from multiple capacitors. This calculator allows you to calculate the capacitance for both types of circuits whether the capacitors are connected in series or parallel. Also, you can add unlimited capacitors for your calculation.

Capacitor Calculator

## Capacitor Calculator

### Parallel Capacitor Calculation

Use these short forms for different units:

### How to Use This Calculator?

To use the above Capacitor Calculator, follow the below steps:

1. First of all, select the calculation type. The calculator has two tabs: "Series" and "Parallel". Click on the tab for the type of capacitor calculation you want to perform.

2. Now time to Enter Capacitor Values and Units. For both series and parallel calculations, you need to enter capacitor values separated by commas. In the corresponding input field, provide the values of capacitors you want to calculate with. Similarly, enter the respective units for each capacitor value, separated by commas.

3. The calculator uses short forms for different units. Make sure to use the following short forms for respective units such as Farad (F), Picofarad (pF), Nanofarad (nF), Microfarad (uF), and Millifarad (mF).

4. After entering the capacitor values and units, click on the "Calculate" button.

5. Once you click the "Calculate" button, the result of the calculation will be displayed.

6. If you want to clear the input fields and start over, you can click the "Reset" button.

**Remember to double-check your input values and units before clicking the "Calculate" button to ensure accurate results.**

### Formulas

Here are the formulas, the above calculator uses to calculate the capacitance value.

Series Capacitance (Ceq) Formula:

When capacitors are connected in series, the reciprocal of the equivalent capacitance is equal to the sum of the reciprocals of individual capacitances:

1 / Ceq = 1 / C1 + 1 / C2 + 1 / C3 + ... + 1 / Cn

where C1, C2, C3, ..., Cn are the capacitance values of individual capacitors in the series connection.

To find the equivalent capacitance (Ceq), take the reciprocal of the sum of the reciprocals:

Ceq = 1 / (1 / C1 + 1 / C2 + 1 / C3 + ... + 1 / Cn)

Parallel Capacitance (Ceq) Formula:

When capacitors are connected in parallel, the equivalent capacitance is the sum of the individual capacitances:

Ceq = C1 + C2 + C3 + ... + Cn

where C1, C2, C3, ..., Cn are the capacitance values of individual capacitors in the parallel connection.

### Example

Now, let's take an example to understand the calculation for total equivalent capacitance.

Series Capacitance Calculation

Suppose we have three capacitors connected in series with the following capacitance values and units,

To find the equivalent capacitance (Ceq) for the series connection, we use the formula,

Ceq = 1 / (1 / C1 + 1 / C2 + 1 / C3)

So, Ceq = 1 / (1 / 10uF + 1 / 4.7uF + 1 / 11uF)
Ceq = 1 / (0.00001 + 0.000002128 + 0.000000091)
Ceq = 1 / 0.000003219
Ceq = 310.2625 uF

So, the equivalent capacitance for the series connection of these three capacitors is approximately 310.26 microfarads.

Parallel Capacitance Calculation

Now, let's consider three capacitors connected in parallel with the following capacitance values and units:

To find the equivalent capacitance (Ceq) for the parallel connection, we simply add up the individual capacitance values,

Ceq = C1 + C2 + C3
Ceq = 10uF + 4.7uF + 11uF
Ceq = 25.7 uF

So, the equivalent capacitance for the parallel connection of these three capacitors is 25.7 microfarads.

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