Designing circuits with circuito.io
Abhay last edited by Abhay
circuito.io is a website we came accross while we were search for some sensors for our project. https://www.circuito.io
It is an easy interface for prototypers to design circuits. If you know the right components for your project then designing the circuit is simply a matter of drag and drop.
Search for your board, components etc darg them to screen, the interface will automatically make the circuit. You can get the circuit diagram, estimated cost of your components and even the code. But I will recommend to understand the code and write the code by yourself for your uscase
salmanfaris last edited by
@Abhay Thanks for sharing. Simulation is very helpful.
The reason I wanna use online tools only is because, I have been using my company's lappy and I am restricted to install any other Softwares. So, online tools will be an easy way for me. by the way I have found another way too. EasyEDA provides an super easy solution for creating custom PCB shapes. It really came in handy for me.
I recently came across this post where they have shown photos printed on PCB in high resolution. I would like to know how to add this kind of photos to the silkscreen layers of the PCB in Eagle/Altium.
Adding such kind of photos will be attractive for beginners and also can be used for educational purposes too.
Please let me know in case anybody knows.
@kowshik1729 I think that might not get since the platform is not opensource! but they provided everything you need to develop a system with that.
@kowshik1729 Carrier board schematics for SoMs will be always available as they need to be modified as per customer application, however SoM design files are hard to get unless the H/W design is truly open-source.
@salmanfaris Actually the schematics files you've mentioned are the same files which I've got from them. They are carrier board design files.:cry: