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Where To Connect The Voltmeter EJSS Simulation Applet

This simulation is to show where the user should connect the voltmeter in a circuit, whether in parallel or series.

-Includes a drag-able voltmeter, voltmeter reading

-Question with drop-down options, plus explanation box

-Power switch to turn off and on the circuit

Where To Connect The Voltmeter
 

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Software Requirements

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Android iOS Windows MacOS
with best with Chrome Chrome Chrome Chrome
support full-screen? Yes. Chrome/Opera No. Firefox/ Samsung Internet Not yet Yes Yes
cannot work on some mobile browser that don't understand JavaScript such as.....
cannot work on Internet Explorer 9 and below

 

Credits

Author name; Fremont Teng

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Where To Connect The Voltmeter JavaScript Simulation Applet HTML5

 

Instructions on how to use the Simulation Applet

Drag-able Voltmeter and Reading

(Drag-able Voltmeter)

 

(Default Voltmeter Reading)
 
Step 1: Drag the voltmeter to a cell.
(Cyan Cell)
 
 
Step 2: Take a look at the voltmeter reading
The reading will change depending on where you connect the voltmeter to.
Anywhere else outside the cells will lead to an automatic 0V.
 

Power Button

(Default Power Button - Green [Powered on])
 
Clicking on the power button will toggle the circuit power on/off
(Circuit when powered on)
 
(Circuit when powered off)
 
The white background in the power button indicates the circuit is powered off.
 

Question and Combo Box

 
Step 1: Select from the combo box an option.
 
A pop-up box with an explanation will then appear for each option.
Note that the voltmeter also changes to the positions of the options accordingly.
 

Reset Button

Clicking the reset button will reset the whole Simulation.

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