I'm a beginner to Proteus and was just exploring simple circuits and trying out different things on the simulator. I built this simple circuit with a potentiometer and an led and measured current and voltage on different points. They just don't add up! (i.e. make sense with theoretical readings)
Firstly, why is there no reading on the ammeter on the bottom-left? The 1K resistance is a load which has a voltage drop of 2.55v and thus there has to be a current through it! (0.00255A according to calculations, which is 2.55mA)
Second, the series resistance of the LED is set to 1 Ohm, so if 2.45v drops across it, the current should be 2.45A which is ridiculous! Anyways the ammeter connected to it shows only 0.25A (255mA when set to mA measurement) which I don't understand... Is there something wrong with my calculations with the Ohm's Law? Thanks in advance for any help :)
EDIT: Please ignore the second part of the question as I forgot at the moment that LEDs where NON-Ohmic conductors....
Please Note: There are no warnings or errors in the message section of the simulation errors tab.