Frustrated a bit with Circuit Lab Ammeters and Voltmeters

If I start out with a 20v (1.5A) lithiumIon battery as my power source, and create a voltage divider circuit and place an Ammeter directly after my battery symbol, I'm getting a reading of 92.32 microAmps. On my instruments I get a lot higher reading. Things just aren't calculating properly and I'm ready to search for another circuit design program that can match closely with the real world instruments. Can anyone help me try to resolve this issue? Thanks, Scott.

by mysjn001tvh
February 20, 2017

Do you have a schematic to share? Maybe we can help if we see what you're doing.

by mrobbins
February 22, 2017

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