Thursday, May 8, 2014

Free Online EasyEDA Software to Create Electronic Circuit Schematic and Simulate

Robometricschool.- There are many electronic software that developing to help electronic student and technician to solve their electronic project. Usually the software that developing is not online. It is mean that we must download and install these software in our computer or laptops.

Figure 1. EasyEDA Free Online

In here we will show you one electronic software that developing to help create, draw electronic circuit schematic diagram and also simulate that do online. This software is EasyEDA. And in this time we will give you information about EasyEDA and also tips to use this software.

EasyEDA is a free web based EDA tool suite, integrating schematic capture, mixed-mode circuit simulation and PCB layout in a seamless on Windows/Mac/Linux web browser(Chrome, IE9+, Safari, Firefox, and Opera).This article is intended to give an overview of how to use EasyEDA to create a schematic suitable for pushing through to PCB layout, with a quick look at how it can be used to simulate circuits and a glance at the start of the PCB layout process.

And if you interesting to use EasyEDA, please you open before reading further. Be patient, the first time to load the editor is a little bit long, but you just need one second to open it again.

Some Tips when you use EasyEDA now as follow:

  1. Click a component from the left panel, and then click on the  canvas to place it (don’t drag because it won’t drop!)  
  2. Right Click or Esc to go to select a mode 
  3. Space/R keys to rotate a part, X/Y keys to flip a part. EasyEDA has many hotkeys, all of which can be configurable. 
  4. Hold down right button and pan. It is useful for reviewing a big schematic. 
  5. Right Click  to go to select a mode, EasyEDA does not have context menu now.

And one again, if you interesting using Free Online EasyEDA Software to Create Electronic Circuit Schematic and Simulate, please link below:


  1. Hi Heru,

    Thanks for your useful post.

    Your readers might like to know that there are a couple of reviews of EasyEDA here:


    There is also a very helpful tutorial on this page:



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