If you are looking for Livewire, you have come to the right place. We explain what Livewire is and point you to the official download.
What is Livewire?
The Livewire software from New Wave Concepts is used to model electrical circuitry by providing users with a platform for virtually designing and simulating such circuits. Users can combine a medley of circuit components parts, from diodes to transistors to switches. Once they have created a working circuit, a simulation can be run to demonstrate design performance. Any flaws in the circuit can therefore be detected early on, even before the design is made real.
Livewire includes an extensive component library with more than 1,500 parts. There are power supplies, input components, connectors such as rails and SILs, diodes, thyristors, bridge rectifiers, voltage regulators, and even analogue ICs. Users can also make use of DIN and ANSI symbols.
The program simplifies circuit design in a number of ways, not least by offering an automatic wiring function. Simulations are animated on the screen and can include component destruction, digital or analogue simulation, and component faults. Users also have access to multi-level redo/undo operations as well as adjustable zooming. Furthermore, it is possible to copy circuit designs to the clipboard for pasting into other applications on Windows systems.
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File types supported by Livewire
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About file types supported by Livewire
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Last updated: : August 13, 2014