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Virtual Circuits is program ideal for introductory circuit analysis.

Latest Update: V 1.13
  • Includes an extensive list of predefined circuits
  • Create a series of circuits that can be saved in one file. (Ideal for showing how circuits can be reduced to one resistance)
Features include:
  • Easy to create parallel and series circuits.
  • Realistic voltmeter and ammeter
  • If the ammeter hooked up wrong, the fuse is "blown".
  • Circuits created can be easily saved, with instructions for its use.
  • 3 different bulbs can be used in the circuits.
  • Brightness of bulb can be determined by counting the number of "rays" leaving the bulb.
  • Resistors and switches can also be used in ths circuit.
  • Batteries in series and parallel can be used or a variable power supply
Ideal to
  • Create graphics for tests.
  • Compare data used from using real lab equipment.
  • Quickly answer "What if..." questions on changes to electric circuits.
  • Show the technique on how to properly use meters.

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The Virtual Circuits Program is $25 (U.S.). The program can be used at home by the students enrolled at the school the software is liscensed to.

For a single school
To order the program for your school and receive the registration codes and individual program immediately upon registration, click Here.

For a district/board or multiple schools
If you would like to buy a license for multiple schools contact me at "info (at)". I will configure the program into one file and include your district/board logo for easy use at all the schools you register for. No registration codes will be required to run the file.

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Sample Screen Shots

Main Screen
Ammeter Use
Voltmeter Use
Battery Change
screenshot Ammeter Use Voltmeter Use battery change
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Add Loads 
See how to close switches
and add bulbs/resistors
(warning: 1.44 MB)
Make Circuit

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Updated:Feb  2013