pcbway




Hello friends hope you all are fine and well. I couldn’t write any Proteus tutorial for quite a long time actually I was very busy in programming stuff. Anyways let’s come to the today’s tutorial, yesterday I got a mail from a student in which he asked me to help him out about Proteus. According to him, he is good in programming but not much in electronics and wants to test his circuit first on Proteus and then want to make PCB of it. After reading his email, this thing clicked my mind that I didn’t post any tutorial on Proteus on TEP. So today I thought of posting about it.

These tutorials are all written and designed by our team. Most of them are open source and you can download the code and simulation from respective tutorials but very few of them, which are quite hard to design, are paid but we have placed very small amount of around $20 so that engineers can buy them easily. If you enjoy these tutorials then don’t forget to like and share them and help us in grow. 🙂

If you guys have any problem anywhere, ask in comments and I will try my best to resolve your issues and also subscribe to our newsletter so that you get these burning tutorials rite in your mail box. I will continuously update this list of tutorials so that we have kind of a database and you guys can find all the tutorials in one place. Let’s come towards the tutorial.

Note:

Course Content of This Tutorial

I have divided this tutorial in few sections. Its a quite lengthy tutorial in which we will start from the basics of Proteus and then will go into deeper and finally we will go some pro. Here are few of the sections of this tutorial:
  • In today’s part, we will just have a look at the complete course which we will cover in this tutorial. I am calling this a chapter zero of this tutorial.
  • In first part of this tutorial, I will introduce few features of Proteus which are very essential for a beginner to know.
  • In second part, we will design a complete circuit using Proteus. I will design a LCD circuit using PIC microcontroller and then I will show you how you can test your PIC code in Proteus.
  • In third part, we will discuss the various components available in Proteus. I know there’s countless components in its database and we can’t discuss them all but we will discuss which are commonly in use by the students like motors,serial port, microcontrollers etc.
  • After that, we will see how to design a component in Proteus if it’s not already in its database. Its important when you need to design a PCB in Proteus.
  • After that, we will finally design our PCB in Proteus, both single layered and multi-layered.
  • In the end we will see how to design a package for a component, if its not already in Proteus. May be some guys don’t know about it but sooner you will get it.
  • In the last part, I will post on request if something’s left in the tutorial.
So, that’s the whole course for this tutorial. Now, I am writing the names of the parts below and as soon as I post the chapters I will update the links here. All of them available now, you can click them below or can also get access to them from the above table.

Projects Designed in Proteus

I have started this thread as a simple tutoriaal on Proteus but because of the readers’ responses I have extended it to next level. Below are mentioned, all the projects designed by TEP team in Proteus.

Basics of Proteus

Below mentioned are the basic tutorials on Proteus. If you are new to Proteus then these articles will be a good starting point for you. Read all of them carefully step by step andalso implement them one by one. They will really enhance your knowledge about Proteus.

Components Available in Proteus:

Proteus has a wide range of components in its database. USing these components you can design almost any kind of circuit and can test and debug it. Below tutorials mention few of these components, which are most commonly used while working on Proteus.




Components Libraries for Proteus

Proteus has a wide range of components available in its database. But it happens quite a lot that you search for some component in Proteus but you can’t find it in Proteus database. For such cases, Proteus has given a method using which you can design your component in Proteus and can add all of its features in it. Its quite a lengthy process and needs a lot of effort as it involves creation of DLL files using C++ and VSM. We have designed few components libraries for Proteus, using which you can simulate that component or module in Proteus. Here’s the list:

Arduino Projects in Proteus

Arduino is most widely used Microcontroller board these days, which is famous for its flexibilty and ease of use. Arduino board is not available in Proteus but we have provided with Arduino libraries using which you can quite easily use Arduino in Proteus and can test your circuits in Proteus before implementing them in hardware. Below are the tutorials and projects in which we have used Arduino in Proteus.

PIC Microcontroller Projects in Proteus

PIC Microcontroller is another microcontroller which is used by engineers in engineering projects. This microcontroller is available in Proteus so we have designed few projects on it which are mentioned below:



8051 Microcontroller Projects in Proteus

8051 Microcontroller is another microcontroller series which is quite popular and is used in engineering projects quite a lot. 8051 Microcontrollers are also available in Proteus and most normally used 8051 Microcontrollers are AT89C51 and AT89C52. I have shared many projects on 8051 Microcontroller, which are as follows:

Sensors simulation in Proteus

Proteus has a wide range of sensors available in its database. We have designed simulations of few of these sensors which are mentioned below. Ultrasonic sensor is not available in Proteus so we have provided its library so thaat students can easily interface and test it in Proteus. These sensors’ simulations are mentioned below:

555 Timer Projects in Proteus

555 Timer is known as the king of electronics projects after microcontrollers. 555 timer is used in a lot of electronics projects where you need to ddo control or generate some timing or PWM pulse. 555 Timer is available in Proteus and have designed a lot of tutorials on it, which are mentioned below:

PCB Designing Tutorials in Proteus ARES

Proteus not only provide the capability of circuit designing and testing but also provide the facility of designing a PCB. Proteus comes with two packages one is named as Proteus ISIS in which we design our circuits and the other one is Proteus ARES which is used for PCB designing. Here we have post tutorials on How to design PCBs in Proteus.

So these are the tutorial on which I have written. If you guys stuck at any point, feel free to ask in comments and I will try my best to satisfy you as much as I can. Moreover subscribe to our mailing list so that you get these tutorials rite into your mail box. Stay blessed & take care.

68 Comments

    • Hi bro,

      I am writing the next part of this tutorial …. As soon as I am done, I will post it here …. be patient as it really takes time …. :))

      So stay tuned to get such exciting tutorials.

      Thanks.

  1. hi eng, sayed i would like to ask you about the best source [book /site] to learn C (advanced level) & assembly (from scratch)…. i know this question does not relate to the tutorial, excuse me.

    • Thanks for the appreciation …. It works as a fuel for our team :))
      Your email ID is not appearing in our subscription list …. Kindly subscribe first and the software will be automatically emailed to you.

      Thanks.

  2. Hi,

    Can you tell me where can I find more libraries to use with Isis/Ares?

    What can I use on Isis as a symbol for a toggle switch?

    What I need is a toggle that will allow me to select between to inputs, with just one output.

    What are the symbols I may use for V+ and V-? I found only that inverted triangle with a line. Are there any others?

    Are there forums for Isis/Ares besides the official one?

    Thanks!

  3. hello sir … what ever you have post is very good …. i want to know how i interface hall effect sensor using atmega 16 in proteous ? if sensor is not available in proteous ….. and how to add library of that sensor

  4. I am designing a solid state marx generator on proteus. However it always shows the error ‘time step too small’. Please help me to solve this error. I have also tried connecting a high value resistor in parallel to the capacitor. The error stopped but I am not able to get desired output.

  5. Hi all.thanks for your Proteus Tutorials,they were great.
    I’m Alireza Mashofi and studying Power_Electrical and I’m in my forth year.I want you to give me some information about which microcontroller is the best and what microcontroller do you suggest?
    I got confused.at the present time I have learned AVR and a little about ARM but when I was reading your tutorials,I saw you mostly use PIC and Arduino.
    I also have a question about my assignment that my teacher has given me to do.my assignment is :Write an Assembly Program for getting a character by means of Keyboard and Morse Code produced by an Output Port.
    I have written its program but i wanted to burn it into microcontroller and simulate it into Proteus.
    if you have any help,please give it to me.
    thank you again.

  6. Could you please assist with a code for a system that can send text messages using GSM and also can receive commands from GSM text messages. Please i am in a dire strats

  7. I want to know to gas sensor i.e. MQ6 interface with pic 18f4520 in Proteus.
    Can u assist us about simulation of it. its must need to us.

  8. Hi!
    i want to know if we can simulate a GSM based AUTOMATIC ENERGY METER in proteus. the main copmonents in my project are : GSM module, AT895s2 microcontroller, max 232, eeprom, lcd and an energy meter for providing electrical pulses.

    thanks in advance!

  9. Everytime i run a simulation on proteus it shows error cannot open mingw\bin.sdf.I have also tried installing other versions of proteus e.g 7.8 but all of them show the same error,please help me solve this problem.

  10. Hi, i’d like to ask ,if i can simulate a 3-phase inverter in proteus for driving an ac motor using spwm teqnique. I know that i can’t simulate ac motor in proteus, i wonder if i can only see the outputs using an oscilloscope in order to test my code.Thanks .

  11. Sir, can u teach me on how to send a gps data to a microcontroller pic16f877a using easy hdl generator in proteus??? I dont know how to simulate it… please sir i need help… im running out of time… i just need a proteus file on which a microcontroller is connected to an HDL.
    About the coding… ill try my best sir. Please help me, i am BS EE student.
    thanks in advance.
    Gmail: saadnasser71@gmail.com

  12. tnx for ur help
    but i want simulate”wireless dc motor control using xbee module” in using 2 arduino and 2 xbee in proteus
    if u havee i am very much glad tnxxx

    • Hi,

      Kindly add me on Skype and we will discuss it in detail. My Skype id is theenggprojects. We can provide you this complete simulation for $50.

      Thanks.

  13. I’m building car tracking device using Arduino UNO.
    simulatig the circuit on proteus results in error AVR not defined.
    P.S i’ve given the right path to controller.

  14. Good day.
    Sir, please help me how to configure the transformer properties (the primary and secondary inductance) so I can get desired output. I use tran-2P2S.
    For example I can get 15VAC, 3A from Vsine with 220V, 50Hz.
    If you have the formula, could you share with us.
    Thank you very much.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Post comment