Can I Use A 50V Capacitor Instead Of An 25V. Make sure you know what you are dealing with. I have one detail to add.
The only difference will be bigger can size and a very slightly improved reliability which you won't notice. Can i use a 50v capacitor instead of an 25v? * you just end up with more safety margin.
Similarly Never Exceed 16V For A 16V Rated Cap.
Make sure what voltages you are dealing with. Can i use a 50v capacitor instead of an 25v? No, it can’t, this component have to be replace for a capacitor of 450v value or more, and the capacitance have to be the same value.
You Can Always Substitute A Capacitor With A Higher Voltage Rating Into A Circuit Designed To Use A Capacitor With A Lower Rating.
The other answers are correct. I have one detail to add. Can i use a 50v capacitor instead of a 25v?
Can I Use A 50V Capacitor Instead Of A 25V?
Replacing a 50v capacitor with a 25v capacitor is a bad idea. Can you replace a 250v capacitor with a 450v? Can i use 16v capacitor instead of 50v?
As A General Rule, You Can Always Go Up In Voltage Rating If All Other Parameters Are Kept Equal.
The 4.7uf is an “exact” value, whereas the 25v is a maximum rating. I've tested the voltage where the capacitor would have been in the circuit on my multimeter and that reads 55.3mv which is much less that 25v but maybe the 555 timer can change that? Ideally you should replace the capacitor with one of the same nominal capacitance and an equal or greater maximum voltage rating.
Ideally You Should Replace The Capacitor With One Of The Same Nominal Capacitance And An Equal Or Greater Maximum Voltage Rating.
You can always substitute a capacitor with a higher voltage rating into a circuit designed to use a capacitor with a lower rating. See capacitive voltage divider i don’t think the reference above is correct, it shows polarized type capacitors in the ac. I suspect that 25v will do but i don't know for sure.