The Proteus Design Suite is a software tool that is used primarily for electronic design automation. This software is mainly used by electronic design engineers and technicians for the purpose of creating electronic prints and schematics for printed circuit boards. It has evolved quite seriously over time since its initial version was created in 1988 and has now become one of the most commonly used CAD software of its kind. The Proteus is designed for things such as simulation and schematic capture, as well as PCB layouts. It is available in a variety of configurations depending on the size of the design that is being produced, as well as the requirements for the simulation of the microcontroller. At Cad Crowd, we offer freelance Proteus Design Suite experts who can complete your project through this system with great effort and ease.
The Proteus Design Suite's schematic capture can be used for both the design phase and the simulation of a design in the PCB layout. It is one of the main components of the suite and comes with all of the configurations of the product, no matter how basic. With the microcontroller simulation, our Proteus Design Suite freelancers are able to debug a file or apply a hex file to the part of the schematic. You can them simulate it alongside any digital or analog electronic. This will let you use it in a number of prototype areas including temperature control, motor control and user interface design. Because no hardware is required for this, it is often used for a teaching tool, training tool or fun hobbyist tool alike. There is plenty of support available for things such as Atmel and AVR, NXP 8051, Texas Instruments MSP430, Paralax Basic Stamp, Microchip Technologies and so much more.
The layout module for the PCB is able to automatically give you connectivity information that comes from a netlist of the schematic capture module. It is able to put together not only this but the user specific design rules as well as a number of design automation tools that help with creating board design totally error free. It also can have up to 16 copper layers being produced with design size that is only limited by the configurations of the product. 3D verification, or the 3D Viewer Module, will let the board that you are currently developing be viewed in three dimensions along with a height plane that is semi-transparent and represents the enclosure of the boards. This can be transferred to any CAD software like Autodesk or Solidworks after the fact.
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