Arduino Simulator – [Link]
This Arduino Simulator app gives the user the freedom to work without the basic setup of hardware and software. It is designed to be used by beginners and also, experienced developers, who want to quickly develop Arduino projects.
The developer can make the necessary changes in the code – delay, pin number, and state – 0 (low) 1 (high) – and check it immediately. The app shows the breadboard, complete with 14 LED pins.
You can drag and place the wires in the correct positions to connect to Arduino. If the wires are placed according to the code, then it will show the expected results. Once satisfied, you can save it and email it. The code can be copied and used in an actual project just as easily.
This app is an easy way to work through Arduino projects. With customisable codes, and a simple to use interface, this Arduino Simulator app from Schogini Systems is a convenient app for Arduino developers.
Arduino Simulator - [Link]
Kevin Kroeger, Zach Klein, Micah Sweeney writes:
The goal of this project is to use LEDs to produce a system capable of simulating solar conditions for the purpose of testing solar panels. Features of the system include adjustments in intensity and spectrum, simulation of spectral shifts that occur during sunrise and sunset, simulation of some weather conditions, the ability to adjust the angle of incidence of the light on the panel, and computer interface for quick, easy adjustments and control. A system to implement automatic time of day adjustments would bring all of the above together into one process.
Solar Simulator using LEDs - [Link]
There is an interesting oscilloscope simulator , not much is known about the authors, other than the brief description of the reasons they chose to simulate this particular scope.
Oscilloscope simulator - [Link]
Enrico Mathesar writes:
This little gadget will simulate a 500 volt or less Geiger tube when driven by a signal generator of sufficient amplitude, typically 5 volts p-p or greater. The purpose is to generate a steady, precise number of counts per minute so that the Geiger counter’s meter may be calibrated.
Geiger Tube Simulator – [Link]
This is an online electric circuit simulator based on Flash Player 10. Using it you can simulate simple circuits using batteries, lights, resistors, fan etc and use voltmeter, ammeter and ohm meter to measure various values of the circuit. Give it a try on the link below.
Online electric circuit simulator – [Link]
DCircuit Lab HD is a tool for simulating combinatorial and sequential digital circuits.
DCircuit Lab HD for simulating digital circuits – [Link]