The handling of sPlan is really quite simple. The components can be drawn from the extensive library to your circuit diagram. A user definable grid-capture makes it easy to place and wire the components. You can move, rotate, shear or scale all elements on your diagram just like you want.
You can group several components to simplify your further work. The usual clipboard-functions let’s you copy, cut and paste any sections of your diagram. Many special features like the automatic component numbering, the component-list function, the usage of variables, the component search or the linking-functions helps you to design your schematics. Even beginners will create perfectly designed circuit diagrams within minutes.
The well-sorted component library contains all you need to draw a clearly arranged circuit diagram. Diodes, resistors, switches, transistors, etc. Just drag the needed components from the library to your drawing. If there is still a needed component missing, you can easily create this component and add it to the library. You may even reorganize the complete library and create symbols that exactly satisfy your demands.
You can adjust the appearance of the library, like the width or the number of displayed columns.
You can also create new libraries, which are located on network drives, so that many users can use the same library.