About EZ Schematics: Electrical CAD Software
I don't want to waste your valuable time by telling you that
our software is the best electrical schematic program in the
market today, even though (for what it's designed to do) it is.
So here's what it's designed to do. To transform a schematic
scribbled on a piece of notebook paper into a professional
looking diagram that's easy to produce and takes only a fraction
of the time that the competition offers.
We offer the Standard NEMA Electrical Symbols in the exact proportions
you've grown used to and are comfortable with. And we couple
those symbols with a snap feature that places everything at
precise locations for perfect printed results. A schematic you
would be proud to attach your name to.
Did we mention fast? Did we mention easy? We know that as a
field technician, you need to develop a drawing quickly and you
don't have time to learn how to use a new program. That's why
we've designed EZ Schematics to be as self explanatory as we
have and that's also why we offer 100% free technical support.
If you've got a question, I've got the answer. I developed the
program and almost exclusively, I'll be the one to answer your
questions - free of charge. Any day of the week - I will reply
in some fashion. Usually by phone and at my own expense. Please
excuse the two weeks vacation I take with my family.
Below, is an illustration of the program interface. The
program symbols (embedded and included with the software) are
available on the left of the drawing area and the symbols you
create are visible to the right.
The Pro version offers many additional electrical and
hydraulic libraries, but if all
you're interested in is NEMA electrical, the standard version will work
just fine. As you probably already know, most electrical
schematics are drawn with the symbols horizontally oriented.
That's another reason why our software is so fast. The symbols
are already oriented in the way you would normally use them,
though we do offer alternatives.
In the above circuit, we've highlighted some parts of the
schematic (diagram) in color to demonstrate the principle of voltage
potentials. In this case, all of the high side voltage (120 with
respect to neutral), is displayed in red. The low voltage
(neutral) is represented in blue.
This gives the end user a visual concept and understanding of
the voltage differences (voltage potential) throughout the
circuit. Now the circuit becomes more dimensional in the sense
that it's not just a black and white schematic (diagram), but rather a
more dynamic illustration.
Some of our satisfied customers include:
Advanced Urethane Technologies
Aquion PTY Ltd
Bourgault Industries Ltd
Central Arkansas Water
Clear Fork Valley Electric
Harris Machine Tools
Idaho State University
Knape and Vogt
Solar Turbines Incorporated
Superior Roll & Turning LLC
University of Detroit Mercy
Standard Packaged Symbols Include but are not Limited to:
Normally Open Contact
Normally Open Push Button
Normally Closed Push
Mushroom Head Push Button
On Delay Timer, Normally
On Delay Timer, Normally Closed
Off Delay Timer,
Off Delay Timer, Normally Closed
Open Limit Switch
Normally Closed Limit Switch
Open Held Closed Limit Switch
Normally Closed Held Open Limit
Normally Open Pressure Switch
Normally Open Flow Switch
Normally Open Float Switch
Normally Open Temperature Switch
Closed Temperature Switch
Normally Open Foot Switch
Point, 2 Styles
3 Position Selector Switch
See the image below
You can download
EZ Schematics here, it's free to try and there is no risk of
virus or adware. I've double-checked.