# Divider Circuit Calculator

This calculator helps determine the output voltage or output current of the divider circuit for the given the input (or source) voltage/current and the resistor values.
A Current Divider is a linear circuit that divides the total current into multiple parallel paths. This Calculator is made to calculate the Output Current across two given Resistors.

### Result

• Current across Resistor R1
A
• Current across Resistor R2
A

A parallel linear circuit that divides the source or supply current into a number of parallel paths is referred to as a current divider. The current in each branch will always divide in such a way that the total energy expended in a circuit is minimum.

A Voltage Divider is a linear circuit that is utilized to divide a given supply voltage across multiple component paths in series. This calculator is made to calculate the Output Voltage across two given Resistors.

### Result

• Voltage across Resistor R2
V

A voltage divider is a circuit that is utilized to generate a part of the input voltage as an output. It is typically built using two resistors and a voltage source where the resistors are connected in series. The voltage is then applied across these two resistors. It is also known as a potential divider as it converts a high voltage to a low value. It is a sequence of resistors or capacitors that may be tapped at any point in the circuit to create a precise proportion of the voltage applied between its ends.