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Circuit Jam

Circuit Jam app provides you with features, so you can effortlessly learn about electric circuits with the help of a large number of graphic simulations right on your mobile phone’s screen.

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    2023-02-09

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  • Calculating voltage drops across resistors with 2 sources
    When you come up with a good suspected answer you can check it with falstad.com or everycircuit.com . Those are the two I use most but by no means the only ones available. Source: 12 months ago
  • Is it possible to automate this circuit without using a 555 timer ?
    This program will run on Android, Windows, Linux: https://everycircuit.com/. Source: about 1 year ago
  • I need a sanity check on a Resistor for an LED button.
    1/2 watt 1.2K resistor for a simple circuit. Go to https://everycircuit.com/ and work it out. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Ask HN: How many of you are open to Piracy again?
    The only 3 platforms that receive my money are Bandcamp, Itch.io and Steam. The first two are pristine from an ethical standpoint. I'm torn on Steam because it's not run as a typical USA corporation with all the anti consumer BS. The DRM they themselves provide is more of a suggestion instead of a real challenge. It can be broken with off the shelf tools or just stepping and dumping in x64dbg. However they did... - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • A circuit simulator that doesn't look like it was made in 2003
    For a more schematic + signal analysis, less breadboard IRL approach, EveryCircuit is just as good looking. https://everycircuit.com/. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • sin(x)+sin(2x)
    This is a waveform in everycircuit.com with a 1 kHz and a 2 kHz frequency with the same amplitude. If you want to plot it on a graphing calculator website (I recommend Desmos), then the equation is " y = sin(x) + sin(2x)". Source: over 1 year ago
  • Voltage Controlled Oscillator PCB (link to gerber files & schematic in comments)
    Https://everycircuit.com/ it's the greatest. Source: over 1 year ago
  • what is the best circuit simulation software for newbies?
    I use this one. It is really good I find. Has a lot of features and large community. https://everycircuit.com/. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Hello world! CRUMB is now available www.crumbsim.com 😁
    Cool. This is what we currently use. Our physics teacher uses EveryCircuit. One thing that would be a cool feature that I would use is exporting some of the circuits to CAD models. We use Fusion 360 to design our 3D Printed/Lasercut pieces and being able to easily pull in circuitry that is the correct scale and all would make everything a lot easier. :). Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Simulator similar to Falstad?
    For analog simulation, there is https://everycircuit.com/. I haven‘t tried it though, but it looks promising on the web page. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Could someone explain the in-depth workings of this amplifier to me?
    I was assuming microcap is like online simulators, more user friendly than spice and good for understanding a circuit. But I just learned about https://everycircuit.com/. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Any enginerds here get the BS engineering trifecta (BS in ME, EE and ChemE)?
    Last I checked, you can take some MITx courses for EE to learn the basics. From there I'd just buy electronics learning kits and play around with them (arduino and/or raspberry pi). There's also some circuit simulators you can mess with. I paid $15 for this one: https://everycircuit.com/ but there's a bunch out there. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Simple Inductorless Joule thief LED Flasher
    I believe it's https://everycircuit.com/. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Gift for electrical engineer student
    $15 lifetime subscription to EveryCircuit (circuit simulator). Source: over 2 years ago
  • [offer]I am seeking help in basic electronic principles (basic circuits/LED lights) HOW TO: $13 per day
    I have some basic knowledge and need to remember it. I am stuck on Ohm's Law and am using everycircuit.com to create my basic circuits but am having issues with the numbers. Source: about 3 years ago

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