Damian Bonicatto, that author of CyberCircuit Plus, has made this program shareware, so you can now download this package for free.
See details below:
It was written in the days of the first windows V3.1 systems, so don't expect anything knock out, however it appears that it still works on current systems, so please download the demo version and make sure that it will suit you before you purchase.
Greetings! No problem, or perhaps as the American stereotype says of you guys, "No worries!". I used netzip to unzip the files and they installed just fine, and i have been searching through them for an appropriate trigger circuit. For what ever reason, just clicking on the .exe files did not invoke the unzip application, but by loading it first, than pulling up the files, it worked o.k.
Anyway, you can certify that the program will run on Windows 2000 professional version. Thanks! WB
CyberCircuit Plus is a windows program that allow you to quickly find the exact electrical circuit (or other information) you need. This easy to use program contain hundreds of circuits in categories from amplifiers, to filters, to oscillators, and many other categories. This program is perfect for the engineer, technician, student, or hobbyist. Check below for more information.
"...instantly increases the power of their personal computers."
Microwave & RF magazine
CyberCircuit Plus is a windows program that allow you to quickly find the exact circuit (or other information) you need. This easy to use program contain hundreds of circuits in categories from amplifiers, to filters, to oscillators, and many other categories. You'll find radio transmitters, video amplifiers, alarms, antennas, switching power supplies, multipliers, temperature sensors, pH sensors, etc., etc., etc.
You'll never have to hunt through reference books or application manuals again - it's all here. These circuits were gathered from some of the electronics industries finest data books, application notes, and publications. There is also proprietary information and circuits from PTM. CyberCircuit Plus contains over 1100 circuits, formulas, charts, etc.
Searching couldn't be easier. Let's look at an example. Suppose you need a circuit for a picoammeter. Enter "picoammeter" (or "pico", or "ammeter" and then click on "Search". In a few seconds you'll have the circuit you need - complete with part numbers and values, and a circuit description to help you understand it's operation.
Searches are also very powerful. This time you need a circuit for a zener shunt regulator but have forgotten the correct spelling of zener. Just click on "Sounds Like", enter your best guess of the spelling (try "zaner"), and start the search. You'll quickly get a circuit for the zener regulator you need. The circuit is displayed, design formulas given, and a circuit description shown. This information can be printed (on any Windows installed printer) with a couple of mouse clicks. Searches can be done on titles, acknowledgements, or complete text. This means you can look for circuits, and information, by part numbers, function, source of information, or any other way you can dream up. There's no faster or more powerful way to find circuits or other electronic information you need.
Much More than Circuits
Along with circuits there is also tons of formulas, charts, graphs, tables, and IC dimensional data included in CyberCircuit and CyberCircuit Plus. Forgot the air-core inductor formula? Find it with a simple, fast search. Just type in "inductor" click on "Formula", and start the search. In less than a second you'll have the formula you need. It's as easy as that. There are formulas for impedances, thermal resistance, RLC circuits, decibels, etc, etc., etc.
CyberCircuit has been seen in: EE Times, Circuit Cellar, Industry.Net Report, RF Design, Electronic Design, Printed Circuit Design, EDN, Microwave & RF, Design News, and more!
CyberCircuit Plus can be downloaded from the Dontronics site.
It runs on 386SX or better machines with 4 meg ram minimum.
It runs on Windows 3.1, 3.11, Windows 9x, or OS/2 and takes about 6.5 meg of space on your hard disk
Highlight of Features
> Contains Both Analog and Digital Circuits
> Contains over 1100 items
> Contains Formulas, Tables, Dimensions, Pinouts
> Fast, Powerful, Easy Search Engine
> Parts Values for Circuits
> Descriptions for Circuits
> References for All Information
> Extensive Context-Sensitive Help System
> Redrawn Graphics - Not Scanned
> Up to the Minute Circuits and Chips
> Does Not require a CD Drive
Now you can try a demo version of CyberCircuit Plus. This demo is not time restricted and contains all the features of CyberCircuit Plus. The only difference is that this demo contains 100 items in it's files while CyberCircuit Plus contains over 1100.
CyberCircuit Demo is about 600k in size when downloaded and when expanded it takes about 1.2 meg on your hard drive. At 14400 baud, the download will take about 7 minutes. After downloading, you will have to expand the file with an "unzip" program. One program of this type is "PKUNZIP" which can be downloaded from many places on the web (the creators of "PKUNZIP", PKWARE, can be found at www.pkware.com).
Also, in the expanded files you will find two files, named "cclist.txt"
and "ccplist.txt", that list all circuits in CyberCircuit and CyberCircuit
Plus. If you don't find the circuit you need, try these lists to see if
it's in the full versions.
Please note. the original Cybercircuit (600 circuits) is now discontinued.
After downloading and expanding the file, read "readme.txt" for more information.
To download the CyberCircuit Demo, do the following:
1. Download file ("ccdemo.zip") by clicking on "Download Now"
2. On your computer, create a directory called "ccdemo"
3. Move ccdemo.zip to the "ccdemo" directory
4. Put "pkunzip.exe" in the "ccdemo" directory
5. Expand the file by entering "unzip ccdemo.zip" (dos)
6. Click on "readme.txt" for more info
Click Here to Download the Demo.
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CyberCircuit Plus (over 1100 items).......
There is no support whatsoever, so please don't ask for any.
Download Details here:
This is the Internet download instructions for CyberCircuit Plus.
You should print it out and save it for future reference.
for the current Version of CyberCircuit Plus.
There are 4 disks to this collection:
Disk 1 1,329,265 Bytes
Disk 2 1,472,169 bytes
Disk 3 1,470,231 bytes
Disk 4 1,280,715 bytes
When you have the files, they can be installed
under windows as
DOWNLOADING AND INSTALLATION OF CYBERCIRCUIT PLUS
1. Click on hyperlink (file name) CCPLUS1a.exe to download file, and
select "Save to disk" option. Follow download instructions.
2. Repeat step 1 with files CCPLUS2a, ...3a and ...4a.
3. Get ready 4 formatted 1.44M diskettes. Mark them with program name,
and numbers (Disk 1, 2, 3 and 4).
4. Double-click on saved CCPLUS1a.EXE file to unpack it. First, save
the output files on a diskette, then delete them from your hard
disk directory (you may do both in one operation, by MOVING the
output files to a diskette).
5. Repeat step 4 with remaining three CCPLUS... files.
6. Before installation, CLOSE, if possible, all programs, and DISABLE
your Anti-Virus software until the installation is finished.
7. Insert Disk 1 in your floppy drive again, and RUN file SETUP.EXE.
Follow instructions, until the program installation is complete.
If you do a search on a "space", you should find 1108 files.