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 defined as a linear circuit that produces an output current that is a fraction of its input current. This calculator is made to calculate the output current.

Enter the input current and resistance to calculate the current divided across the two resistors

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  • Current
    A

A current divider is defined as a linear circuit that produces an output current that is a fraction of its input current. This is achieved through the connection of two or more circuit elements connected in parallel, 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 circuit that is utilised to generate a part of the input voltage as an output. This calculator is made to calculate the Output Voltage.

Enter input voltage and resistance to calculate output voltage

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  • Output Voltage
    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.

A straightforward circuit known as a voltage divider divides a high voltage into two smaller ones. We can produce an output voltage that is a small fraction of the input voltage using simply two series resistors and an input voltage. One of the most basic electrical circuits is the voltage divider.

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