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EasyEDA is a a great and above all free web based circuit design, simulation and printed circuit boards (PCB) design tool for electronic hobbyists, engineers, teachers, students, makers and enthusiasts. In this article we are going to learn how to draw an electronic circuit for free using EasyEDA. With a quick google search, type the keyword: "Draw circuit", Select "EasyEDA - Online PCB design & circuit simulator"
EasyEDA is a a great and above all free web based circuit design, simulation and printed circuit boards (PCB) design tool for electronic hobbyists, engineers, teachers, students, makers and enthusiasts . There’s no need to install the software all you need is just open EasyEDA in a web browser. EasyEDA has all the features you expect from traditional electronic design automation (EDA) softwares like OrCAD, Altium, DipTrace among others, this tool easily takes your design from conception through to production.
JLCPCB is a very cheap PCB prototype manufacturer for 10 PCBs 10 x 10cm double-sided PCBs with a cost of only $ 2 excluding shipping charges. You can check your own quotes by accessing this link: https://jlcpcb.com/quote.
In any electronic design, the Printed Circuit Board or PCB is one of the most crucial parts with its quality affecting the overall quality of all these devices. For rapid prototyping or for commercial products it's always a must to use specialized reputable PCB manufacturer instead of doing it yourself. Compared to other board houses, PCBWay specializes in prototyping and small-volume production, making PCBWay.com the one-stop destination of boards fabrication and assembly. You can get PCBs, SMD-Stencil and PCB Assembly (PCBA) all in one roof. This arrangement makes your R&D work easy and time-saving. Fulfilling hundreds of orders daily from around the world, they have established themselves as the leading supplier of PCB and PCBA services with consistent quality and excellent services.
In any electronic product or project there is always a need for a source of power for the system to work. This is called a power supply. To get power hassle-free to the power lines of a breadboard can be a challenge, you will need a convenient and safe way to get either a regulated 5V DC or 3.3V DC depending on your application on your breadboard power rails. In this project we are going to design step by step a simple Breadboard power supply that takes power from a 6 to 15V DC power supply and outputs a selectable 5V or 3.3V regulated voltage using a switch. This board can be easily inserted into a breadboard using a .1" (0.254 cm) headers mounted on the bottom of the PCB. Pins labeled VCC and GND plug directly into the power lines of a breadboard.