Circuit Simulator - Capacitor

Why should I learn to use the circuit simulator to design Capacitor circuits?

Learn how to use circuit simulator software to design your own Capacitor circuits.

Where can I get a Capacitor circuit diagram with an explanation?

IndiaBIX provides numerous Capacitor circuit diagrams with detailed explanations and working principles.

How do I design a Capacitor circuit with this circuit simulator?

You can easily design Capacitor circuit diagrams by practising with the given circuit simulator. With this online circuit simulator, you can design and simulate your own electronic circuits.

Circuit Description:
This is a simple circuit involving a capacitor, which is a device that stores charge. As current flows into the capacitor, the voltage across the capacitor increases. As its voltage approaches the source voltage (the 5V voltage source shown on the left), the current flowing into the capacitor decreases.

Click on the switch to discharge the capacitor, and then click on it again to charge it again.

The scope below the circuit shows the voltage across the capacitor in green, and the current in yellow.

7 comments Page 1 of 1.

Kiran said:   7 years ago
What is the use of discharging?

Eden said:   7 years ago
Simulation is not functional. I did not see the enable NPAPI, only enable PPAPI. Please help. Thank you.

MaxwellAlbert said:   7 years ago
Excellent and educative.

Rathi said:   8 years ago

In your URL bar, enter:


Click the Enable link for the Enable NPAPI configuration option.

Click the Relaunch button that now appears at the bottom of the configuration page or Restart your browser.

Raj said:   8 years ago
Simulation page is not appeared. I downloaded java run time though its not working. It showing that plugin is not supported in google chrome and I allowed plugins in google chrome settings. Can any one help me?

Anand said:   9 years ago
Nice work. What is the purpose of the dump matrix button. Can I get the plotted data as time vs voltage vs current.

Vrushali said:   1 decade ago
Nice description.

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