As you may recall, some time ago I was waffling on (as is my wont) about the iCircuit (electronic circuit editor and simulator) app for the iPad (Click Here to see that blog).
Well, my old chum Alvin just emailed me to tell me about a bunch of iPad apps that have only recently been released and which are described as being “Perfect for electrical engineers, students, hobbyists, or anyone who routinely deals with electronic circuitry and calculations.”
These apps and simulators, which were developed by Ray Seymour, a former General Electric (ED&C) employee of 37 years, have been designed to help simplify solving the calculations electrical engineers and hobbyists face every day.
The apps of which I am currently aware are as follows:
Ohm's Law Calculator
Ray Tools: AC Impedance Simulator
Ray Tools: Output Driver Devices Simulator
Ray Tools: Inverting Operational Amplifier Simulator
Ray Tools: Non Inverting Operational Amplifier Simulator
Ray Tools: Sensor Input Devices Simulator
Ray Tools: AC Input Operational Amplifier Simulator
Of course, if you know of any more tools of this ilk, don't be shy or bashful – share the joy by posting a comment to this article...
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