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Use Multisim in Your Browser on ANY Device!

Re: Use Multisim in Your Browser on ANY Device!

We haven't added virtual instruments yet, but I will certainly bring this feedback up with our product management team. 

 

You can however use reference probes to make differential voltage measurements rather than having to do the calculation yourself:

 

Reference probes can be found in the Probes subpalette and are used to specify your voltage or current measurement reference.
Here's how to use it:

  1. Place a voltage or a current probe before a component.
  2. Place a reference probe after that component
  3. Double click on the voltage probe to get to the configuration pane. 
  4. Click the Voltage Reference drop-down and select the reference probe that you just placed.

Now the voltage measurement from your voltage probe will be the voltage across the component.

Happy designing!

 

This help topic might also be useful.

 

Cheers!

Jeff

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Re: Use Multisim in Your Browser on ANY Device!

Great tool. However, do I transfer the design to ultiboard? How are custom components and foot prints handled?

 

 

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Here is an interesting channel where you can find very important information in the Electricity Sector:

 

(Acá hay un canal interesante donde se puede encontrar información muy importante en el Sector EléctricoSmiley Happy

 

https://www.youtube.com/ElectricityProjectUD

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Re: Use Multisim in Your Browser on ANY Device!

Hi AlphaSierra,

 

I see no one responded to your post. Sorry about that! From Multisim Live, you can export your circuit to Multisim (for desktop). Then, from Multisim (for desktop), you can transfer to Ultiboard. Hope this helps!

 

 

Jeff

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