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Old 1st February 2003, 10:56 PM   #1
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Default Basic circuit drawing software

I am looking for a small, easy program to draw basic circuits like this:

Any suggestions?
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You could download switcher cad it's a spice circuit simulator but you could just use the circuit editor.

www.linear.com
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You could download switcher cad it's a spice circuit simulator but you could just use the circuit editor.
www.linear.com
Here is the exact Download page
for LTspice/SwitcherCAD III (4MB MB)

LTspice/SwitcherCAD III (4MB MB)

I have it myself.

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Have a look at TinyCad !
http://tinycad.sourceforge.net/
" TinyCAD is an entry level schematic capture program for Windows. You can download and use it for free. "

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Thanx for suggestions. I also just found this. Works fine for my purpose.

DesignWorks Professional 4
http://www.capilano.com/dwmdemos.html
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Thanx for suggestions. I also just found this. Works fine for my purpose.
DesignWorks Professional 4
http://www.capilano.com/dwmdemos.html
They say demos only works for 30 days.
How do we handle this?

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Old 2nd February 2003, 09:27 AM   #7
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They say demos only works for 30 days.
How do we handle this?

/halo - hopes he has a life after 30 days
Download DesignWorks Lite and pay your $45 fee. It is definitely worth the money!

I am using DesignWorks on a Mac for 15 years now. It is a great program and a great pleasure to work with. On a Mac it is even more pleasure to work with. On a Win-xx machine I am using the 68K version on the BasiliskII Mac emulator. For printing then, print it first to a .eps file or simply take a screenshot if it is a small drawing.

Another excellent drawing package is the schematic editor of Micro-Cap7. A fully integrated Pspice simulation package. You can download a student version for free and it is without time limits.
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Old 2nd February 2003, 02:13 PM   #8
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you can use MSPaint -- which is on every MSoft machine -- Nuts n Volts had an article on this about 2 years ago.
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