Designing circuits with circuito.io



  • 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



  • @Abhay Thanks for sharing. Simulation is very helpful.



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