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ElectricVLab

Build and Simulate Circuits in a 3D Environment

$22.95
v1 for PC 
Platforms: Windows XP and newer
ElectricVLab ScreenshotEducational Software Screenshot

Are you a student, hobbyist, or even a professional who needs to build and simulate electronic circuits? Have you been on the hunt for a good simulation that meets all of your needs? Well, your search ends today with today’s discount software promotion, ElectricVLab!

ElectricVLab lets you build and simulate electronic circuits in a virtual and interactive 3D environment. Why limit yourself to a 2D view when you can enjoy the awesome graphics and visual effects of ElectricVLab? During each simulation, marvel as the circuit comes to life with animated current flow, light bulbs, and voltmeters and oscilloscopes that display results in real time!

Once you start building your circuits in ElectricVLab, you may never again have a desire to go back to traditional hardware electronics kits. So check out ElectricVLab today, and discover just how fun circuit simulation can be in a 3D animated environment!

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pdm pdq How many components are available such as op-amps, ADC's/DAC's, FPGA's, etc... ?
Feb 26 2016 at 2:46am Copy Link
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Venkat User The components available are listed on the page http://www.electricvlab.com/components
QuaSciLabs LLC - Feb 26 2016 at 8:00am Copy Link
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Chris If we purchase this then why is this in the fine print?

Your receipt email will contain a link to download and install the software. This will not be accessible after the promotion has expired, so download it immediately.

I would hope the download would be available if and whenever I need it as I paid for it.
Feb 27 2016 at 1:52am Copy Link
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J Hello,

How many PCs can this be installed on?

Is online activation required?

Is there a demo version?

Is there a return policy?

Thank you.
Feb 27 2016 at 5:16am Copy Link
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Venkat User (1) It can be installed on 2 PCs.
(2) Yes, online activation is required. After installation, when you run ElectricVLab for the first time, it will prompt you to enter the license key. At that time, the PC is required to have an internet connection.
(3) Sorry; there is no demo version.
(4) Since this is a promotional offer, it will be governed by whatever return policy BitsDuJour has. I personally don't know what they are and hence would let someone from BitsDuJour to comment.
QuaSciLabs LLC - Feb 27 2016 at 7:16am Copy Link
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J Hello Venkat,

Thank you for your fast and detailed reply.

Is a transfer of a license to another owned computer is allowed?

Also, during activation, is a hardware footprint taken?

And if so, is there a maximum limit on the number of installations per footprint?

And finally, could you answer Chris's question above?

Thank you.
Feb 27 2016 at 9:32am Copy Link
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Venkat User Transfer to another owned computer is allowed, but is currently not automated. But, if contacted, we assist in doing that.
The activation is tied to the machine.
There is no maximum limit on the number of times you can install on a particular machine.
QuaSciLabs LLC - Feb 27 2016 at 10:37am Copy Link
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Venkat User Chris above:
> If we purchase this then why is this in the fine print?

> Your receipt email will contain a link to download and install the software.
> This will not be accessible after the promotion has expired, so download it
> immediately.

> I would hope the download would be available if and whenever I need it as
> I paid for it.

The fine print referred to is from BitsDuJour and I am not the right person to answer it. But, the way I read it, it just asks you to download it "immediately". You of course come to possess the downloaded file and keep it. That seems to me like taking the possession of any goods soon after we purchase.
QuaSciLabs LLC - Feb 27 2016 at 10:54am Copy Link
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J Hello Venkat,

Thank you for answering my questions.

Since the 'Fine Print' tab doesn't seem to be accurate, can you explain, in detail, your Upgrade/Update policy?

The 'Fine Print' says:

'Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for 12 months.' Does this mean 'Upgrades' to Major versions 1.x to 2.x are free for 12 months?

Are all Minor Updates free?

Thank you.
Feb 28 2016 at 6:16am Copy Link
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Venkat User Hi J,

To tell you the truth, we haven't yet instituted a formal upgrade policy. So, let me just say what we have done so far and our general intent going forward. We released ElectricVLab only about 6 months ago and since then have released about 10 updates, small and big. We have kept all those updates free for customers who bought already. Going forward also, we do intend to keep the updates free for at least 6 months from the date of purchase, if not longer. I will just say that we try to go as far as we can to keep our customers happy and do whatever that entails (within the general bounds of reasonableness and practicality). That is the general intent and spirit behind my answers to all your questions.
QuaSciLabs LLC - Feb 28 2016 at 7:41am Copy Link
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Bit Fly Minor-version updates are always free (so their website).
And really: Do you think, they would write "updates free for 12 months", if they would expect a major version release the next 12 months ?
Feb 28 2016 at 11:07am Copy Link
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Abhishek P Good software ^_^
Feb 28 2016 at 11:57am Copy Link
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Sal Is there anyway to add components other than those you have listed?
I would love this program if it had relays (and their contacts), solenoids, motors and pumps.
Feb 28 2016 at 2:09pm Copy Link
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J Hi Venkat,

Thank you for your generosity!

--Bit Fly - You are reading it wrong. It says 'Upgrades' not 'Updates' on the Fine Print tab. There is a difference. Upgrades normally are the same as a 'Major' versions and Updates are normally the same as 'Minor' versions.

That's why I asked in the first place. I found it unusual to offer free Upgrades for 12 months.
Feb 28 2016 at 3:29pm Copy Link
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Lito I find it funny that I have no need for this program at all and I haven't built any bread board projects in like a decade or longer, but I am still tempted to buy this.
Feb 28 2016 at 6:51pm Copy Link
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Venkat User Thanks Lito. By the way, even if you don't feel like building new circuits, try out some of the sample pre-built circuits using the "Load Sample Circuit" option under "File" menu. In fact, loading and viewing the sample pre-built circuits is a good way to get familiar with the software even for those who later want to build their own circuits.
QuaSciLabs LLC - Feb 28 2016 at 7:57pm Copy Link
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Venkat User Fantastic day! Thanks folks for the highly encouraging support! While setting up this promotion, BitsDuJour had asked us to send X number of keys. Due to the high demand, all those have already been sold.

For those interested in getting ElectricVLab, or those who have any questions, comments etc. or need assistance, our contact email is: supportelectricVLab.com.

Thanks again!!
QuaSciLabs LLC - Feb 28 2016 at 9:52pm Copy Link
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Venkat User Fantastic day!! Thanks for the highly encouraging support folks!

While setting up this promotion, BitsDuJour had asked us to send X number of keys. Due to the high demand, all those have already been sold.

For those interested in getting ElectricVLab, or those who have any questions, comments etc. or need assistance, our contact email is: supportelectricVLab.com.

Thanks again!!
QuaSciLabs LLC - Feb 28 2016 at 9:53pm Copy Link
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RC If there are a "limited amount of licenses available" then please STATE THAT UPFRONT. I looked at this several times today, and when I finally went to purchase - I could not - because "registration limit exceeded." How about extending this for another day?
Feb 28 2016 at 9:55pm Copy Link
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Venkat User RC: This is what really happened. I am not sure BitsDuJour really intended to put the limit. They probably did not expect to ever sell more than X units and hence had asked us to send X number of keys while setting this promotion up. So, we had sent them X number of keys. About 2 hours or so ago, we got an apparently automated email saying they are running low on keys and asking us to send more by email. We promptly emailed them more keys. But, nobody there seems to be reading emails. My repeated attempts at emailing them has not succeeded. So, all those still interested in getting a copy, please send us email at support@ electricVLab.com. After we discuss some logistic details with BitsDuJour folks, we will get back to you.
QuaSciLabs LLC - Feb 28 2016 at 10:04pm Copy Link
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