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One million students and enthusiasts bring circuits to life
with EveryCircuit's interactive visual circuit simulation.
SIMULATE
Build an arbitraty circuit, and EveryCircuit will show you how it works, even if you have just invented a new design. This is made possible by a custom-built circuit simulation engine under the hood.

VISUALIZE
Dynamic animations of voltages, currents and charges are displayed right on top of schematic. Detailed visualization gives insight into circuit operation like no equation does!

INTERACT
Adjust circuit parameters while simulation is running, and see how circuit responds, all in real time. Touchscreen interface makes it feel like you are building circuits with your hands.
FOR STUDENTS
Simulate examples in class right on your phone or tablet. Animate textbook circuits and understand how they work. Check homework answers.

    - Get mobile app for Android and iOS
FOR ENTHUSIASTS
Avoid design mistakes, save time in debugging and money in burnt components. Circuit prototyping blazingly fast with real-time simulation.

    - Launch Chrome app
FOR EDUCATORS
Students differ in how they learn. Visual and kinesthetic learners get better academic results when they see animation and interact with circuits.

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Discover Brilliant Ideas
EveryCircuit user community has collaboratively created
the largest searchable online library of circuit designs.
WEB
EveryCircuit runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux in Chrome browser. There is no need to install or update the web app. The latest version is launched when you visit http://everycircuit.com/app.

MOBILE
Android and iOS apps give you freedom to capture design ideas on the go and follow lectures in class. Intuitive touchscreen interface makes it very easy to build circuits and interact with them.

CLOUD
Your circuits are backed up in the cloud and synced to all your devices across platforms. With cloud storage the circuits are accessible from anywhere.

COMMUNITY
Community is a place to discover circuits, publish your work, ask questions, and get help with your designs from fellow community members. List recent circuits, popular circuits, and circuits from top community contributors.
@faceblast @Secuture
@thebugger @hurz
@Sine_eyed @Nikolay_S
@Voltransistor @ETJAKEOC
@YuHan @Chryseus
@bakupcpu @justinmcg67

SEARCH
If you are looking for a specific circuit, chances are high that EveryCircuit community already has it. Find a circuit with keyword search and use it as a starting point for your new design.
LED blink
DC AC inverter
guitar distortion
audio amplifier
Chua circuit
phase shift oscillator

LINK
All published circuits have permalinks that are easy to share by email and via social networks. Here are a few examples of links to circuit pages with embedded simulation.
rectifier with smoothing capacitor
astable multivibrator
nine-stage ring oscillator
aurora borealis with LEDs

EMBED
Interactive simulation can be embedded right on your website with a single line of html. Simulation requires non-mobile Chrome browser and takes a minute or two to load for the first time. Get embed code in Chrome app. Open a public circuit and click embed.
thebugger
2 hours ago
Input sensitivity - 340mV Input impedance - 120K Output impedance - 4ohm/8ohm Current gain - 30000/15000 Voltage gain - 30 Output power - 12.5W/4ohm 6.25W/8ohm RMS Quiescent current - 1.7A Average draw - 35W/4ohm 34W/8ohm RMS Efficiency - 35%/4ohm 18%/8ohm Frequency response - flat 20Hz-20Khz I suggest limiting the input somewhat when using it for audio amplification because the audio level can sometimes be as twice as high as the sinewave level and that brings it to cut off distortion. With a slight modification on my previous amplifier which was in Class B mode now we have a Class AB amp. One thing I found shocking. The average draw of 4ohm/8ohms is very close and when the efficiency is calculated it runs very low for 8ohms. For 4ohm is acceptable seeming that for Class A 25% is the maximum even with inductive coupling but for 8ohms its very low. I mean 20% what's up with that?
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Voltransistor
3 hours ago
It is a temporary 1-bit memory using a "NOR Latch". The programed mode starts "on". LED SWITCH BLUE-------PROGRAM MODE TOP SPST SWITCH-----ACTIVATE(PUSH BUTTON) GREEN----RIGHT :-) SPDT SWITCH-----------CODE( - = "0", + = "1") AMBER----WRONG :-( BOTTOM SPST S.-------PROGRAM MODE
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DSantos83
4 hours ago
Learning
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DSantos83
4 hours ago
Learning.
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Juan2765
5 hours ago
Ahora en Triangulo
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SpeedyCPU
6 hours ago
4 bit DAC
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thebugger
4 hours ago
Input sensitivity - 33mV Input impedance - 30k Output impedance - 8ohm/4ohm Voltage gain - 850/777 (8/4) Current gain - 3750/7500 (8/4) Output power - 70W RMS/116W (8/4) Average draw - 112W RMS/200W (8/4) Efficiency - 68%/58% (8/4) Frequency response - 20Hz-20Khz Close the switch for 4 ohms. A few words on the power supply. 90V at 3.5A peaks is hard to achieve so I recommend a center tapped transformer 10A-15A diodes and at least 10,000uF filtering capacitor. Just remember the rule 2mF for every ampere so 2x3.5=7mF the closest is 10mF. And for the 4ohm version 2x10mF or 10mF+4700mF.
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AdrielSantes
7 hours ago
Desde 88 a 108 MHz, se puede puede utilizar un radioestero o grabadora convencional, dudas pueden preguntarme +52 7841340448
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Embed Interactive Simulation
Embed live circuits in online circuit tutorials and electronics blogs.
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555 TIMER
555 timer circuit embedded on the right is a very popular integrated circuit that can operate in monostable, bistable, and astable modes.

ASTABLE MODE
In astable mode the 555 timer produces a square wave at the output. Adjust values of the capacitor on the left and two resistors above it and note the effect on output period and duty cycle. Click the minimized oscilloscope in the corner to expand it.
MONOSTABLE MODE
In monostable mode the 555 timer produces a single pulse of a certain duration when the trigger pin is set to low. Flip the switch twice to trigger the pulse. Adjust the capacitor on the left and the resistor above it to control the puse duration.
BISTABLE MODE
In bistable mode the 555 output can be either in high or low state. Double-flip the two switches to alternate between the states. Setting the trigger pin low makes the output go high. Setting the reset pin low brings the output back to low.

EveryCircuit is an easy to use, highly interactive circuit simulator and schematic capture tool. Real-time circuit simulation, interactivity, and dynamic visualization make it a must have application for students, hobbyists, and profesionals. EveryCircuit user community has collaboratively created the largest searchable library of circuit designs. EveryCircuit app runs online in Chrome browser and on mobile phones and tablets, enabling you to capture design ideas and learn electronics on the go.

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