Scheme-it on-line schematic tool

Digi-Key Corporation and Aspen Labs launched around one month ago one-of-a-kind online ‘Scheme-it’ tool for drawing schematics. Scheme-it is a new on-line design tool that allows engineers, students, and enthusiasts to quickly create and share electronic schematics from directly within their web browser. “Digi-Key is excited to launch Scheme-it, the industry’s only fully-online schematic tool,” said Tony Harris, chief marketing officer, Digi-Key Corporation.

Try the software at This is an interesting tool and I have just started to learn it. To experience an instructional video tutorial featuring Scheme-it go to


PS. If you are interested in circuit sharing check also CircuitBee. It has good circuit diagram sharing options but you need to use a separate schematic software to draw the circuits (software you need to install to your PC).


  1. CircuitLab « Tomi Engdahl’s ePanorama blog says:

    [...] have followed actively what is happening on the field now. I have earlier written about Scheme-it and Falstad Electronics Simulation. I have also mentioned CircuitBee schematic sharing [...]

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  3. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Free Circuit Design Tool Gets Upgraded

    Digi-Key Corporation, the industry leader in electronic component selection, availability and delivery, today announced new enhancements to the popular Scheme-it circuit design tool, available at no cost on the Digi-Key website. The tool was co-designed and built by Aspen Labs LLC, a business-media company focused on the needs of engineers.

    Often thought of as an “idea generator”, Digi-Key’s Scheme-it design tool provides users with a simple, free-to-use way to record their circuit design idea in a shareable, electronic form. The tool implements the entire Digi-Key catalog, allowing users to design with actual parts available for immediate shipment from Digi-Key.

    Scheme-it comes equipped with an enhanced feature set, including:

    The ability to diagram at the Block, Icon, System, or Schematic level
    A library of over 700 generic symbols, as well as custom symbol creation
    Access to over 4 million components via Digi-Key Catalog integration
    Freedom to keep designs private, make public, share via link, or embedded into web pages, blogs or emails
    Rapid design evolution via Bill of Material (BOM) upload capability
    A direct link to Digi-Key Technical Support for help with component selection activities
    Integrated Bill of Materials and quoting
    Export into PDF or PNG files

    The tool has seen incredible adoption, with over 30,000 designs already uploaded into the tool.

  4. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Scheme-it – Create Custom Parts

    Digi-Key Corporation presents a video presentation discussing the steps on how to use its free online schematic and diagramming tool, the Scheme-it.


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