## About Norton Current Calculator (Formula)

The Norton Current Calculator is a tool used to calculate the Norton Current in an electrical circuit. The Norton Current represents the current that would flow through a short circuit connected across the output terminals of a circuit when all the internal components, such as voltage sources and resistors, are replaced by an equivalent current source.

The Norton Current formula is derived from the Thevenin equivalent circuit, which simplifies a complex circuit into a single current source and a single resistor. The formula to calculate the Norton Current is:

Norton Current (In) = Thevenin Voltage (Vt) / Thevenin Resistance (Rt)

In this formula, the Thevenin Voltage (Vt) represents the voltage across the output terminals of the circuit when all the internal components are removed, and the Thevenin Resistance (Rt) represents the equivalent resistance seen from the output terminals with all the internal components removed.

To use the Norton Current Calculator, you need to provide the Thevenin Voltage and Thevenin Resistance values as inputs. The calculator then applies the formula to calculate the Norton Current, which represents the current that would flow through a short circuit connected across the output terminals.

By using the Norton Current Calculator, engineers and technicians can quickly determine the Norton Current in a circuit, which is useful for analyzing and designing electrical systems.