I just discovered CircuitLab, a online electronics simulator. I haven't had time to play much with it yet, but it looks very promising from what I have seen so far. Especially considering that they just launched the site.
I just use this one .... http://www.falstad.com/circuit/ but that one might have advantages too
Good find Jorn, thanks
Here's a Boost Circuit.
(Hint Open/Simulate/Time Domain)
David - a Java App is not an Online simulator - it still has local file save etc - Circuit lab allows circuit sharing - a real boon for this Open Source Hardware - try mine above!
now show me the link to your falstad circuit?
See the difference?
I like the way the java one works the as in the way it lets you visualize the movement of current in the circuit. It's a preference thing. I don't know why. Maybe this one will grown on me. I'm certainly liking this sharing feature. Most of the stuff I make is very simple though.
Davis - yes, the live DC simulation is interesting, however for any live circuit, it's value is limited.
It's the ability to share circuits which rocks. This will become a standard - not for designing circuits - but for "Publishing" them.
Imagine if every circuit at OpenCircuits was live, editable, and could be simulated under specific loads?
Circuit Lab Rocks. Very neat interface. I agree - the Java app is not actually a simulator. I would say its more like an emulator. I came across another cool product at http://www.DoCircuits.com It has the feel of real looking devices and components.
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