All-in-One Electronic tools and Calculators links

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Here are some useful Electronic tools and Calculators from different websites. Credit goes to those who created these tools. Here I just collected them in one. I’m personally giving thanks to them who gave their intelligence to create these tools.

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Tools and Calculators for Resistors:

Different types of calculators for resistors are here. Click on the button of that calculator which you need. You can bookmark this single page in your browser. So that you can get all relevant calculators on a single page. No need to search individual links. Here are all useful links on one single page.

all resistor calculators

Tools and Calculators for Capacitor:

all capacitor tools and calculators

For Inductors:

inductor coil

I think these electronic tools and calculators will help you in your work. Kindly don’t forget to bookmark this page and share it with your friends. Thanks & enjoy.


I'm Mithun K. Das; B.Sc. in EEE from KUET, Bangladesh. Blog: "First, electronics was my passion, then it was my education, and finally, electronics is now my profession." I run my own electronics lab, M's Lab ( Where I work with the creation of new products from ideas to something in real life. Besides this is my personal blog where I write for hobbyists and newcomers in the electronics arena. I also have a YouTube channel where I publish other helpful videos, you can find the link inside the articles. I always try to keep it simple so that it becomes easy to understand. I hope these will help them to learn electronics and apply the knowledge in their real life.

1 Comment

Joy · April 5, 2021 at 12:19 pm

Nice very help full idea.

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