Circuit Diagram

Circuit Diagram

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design electronic circuit diagrams Circuit Diagram is an easy to use program that enables you to design basic electronic circuit diagrams. You can simply select from the list of available components (wire, transistor, diode, resistor, switch etc.) and drag them into place to create your diagram. The resulting diagram can be saved as a project file or exported to PNG or SVG format. Circuit Diagram includes various standard components, enough for your average household circuit, but probably not sufficient for professional circuit designs. New components will be added in the future and there is also an option to import custom components in PNG format. Copyright

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Publisher Sam Fisher Price Free
Version 3.1  history Last updated Aug 21, 2015
File Size 808 Kb Requirements .NET Framework 3.5

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Really a great little program 3 stars by arcstrait197 Nov 04, 2014
Some of the other IC drawing programs I tried were so embarassingly tonka-toy-tough that I was glad to get paired with this one, even though its shortcomings may lead to scenarios of punching holes in bubble wrap. Confide that the program just works. It's quite buggy about the Undo function and won't always delete images after they have been deleted. It also may crash your system numerous times (Win Vista) and issue the patent Microsoft BSoD. Get around that shortcoming by learning to use the pointer function to highlight an image to-be-removed, and use the key to ex it from the spot. However, the program does such a fine job with the finished diagram, and others have contributed to the site their own extra drawings in the special format that this program uses, that it would be a real shame to have to abandon it despite a couple of roughshod quirks. It's also perfectly all right to snap a screenshot of the image and use MS Paint (a stable shift of gears) to do a little labeling. show Review details
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