PCB Designing in Proteus ARES




Hello friends, today’s the last post of this Proteus tutorial. I have tried my best to explain everything but knowledge is limitless so explore this software, play with it and you will know many new things. Today’s topic is about the PCB designing in Proteus. When you install Proteus, you have seen that along with ISIS there’s also another package named as Proteus ARES. This Proteus ARES is used for PCB designing. You should also check the Arduino UNO PCB Design for Proteus ARES.

PCB Designing in Proteus ARES




In order to design the PCB in Proteus ARES, first you need to make the circuit of that PCB in Proteus ISIS. You can also make PCB directly but I recommend that use Proteus ISIS first, its quite the easy approach as you don’t need to do anything in it and the software intelligence helps you throughout the designing. Here’s the list of Top 10 PCB Design Software. So let’s get started with PCB Designing in Proteus ARES:

PCB Designing in Proteus ARES

  • As in this tutorial, I just want to give you an idea of How to design PCB that’s why I haven’t taken difficult circuit, just a simple PIC basic circuit.
  • First design your circuit in Proteus ISIS as shown in below figure:

First design your circuit in Proteus

  • After you got sure that your circuit is perfect and ready for designing, then click on the Tools and then Netlist to ARES as shown below:

Tools and then Netlist to ARES as shown below

  • After clicking, Proteus ARES will be opened.
  • Now in Proteus ARES, select the block option from left toolbar and also make sure that you selected Board Edge in the below drop down menu as shown in below figure:
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After clicking, Proteus ARES will be opened

  • Now make a rectangular block in the workspace, this block is actually the boundary of your PCB.
  • You can set its proper dimensions and can also re-size it manually using the mouse.

You can set its proper dimensions and can also re-size it manually using the mouse

  • Now select the component option from the left toolbar, it will show all the components used in your circuit.

These green lines shown in the below image is actually the software intelligence

  • Place all these components in the workspace one by one as shown below. These green lines shown in the below image is actually the software intelligence.
  • Using the circuit, it gives us the routes automatically and we don’t need to panic any more just need to follow these route, if we are doing manually routing.

it gives us the routes automatically and we don’t need to panic any more just need to follow these route

  • Now there are two ways of adding routing, first method is auto routing.
  • To do auto routing, click on Tools and then Auto Router and a property box will open where you can set many different option for routing like the width of route and the PCB layers etc.
  • After selecting your properties just click on Begin Routing.

After selecting your properties just click on Begin Routing

  • And then a magic will start and you PCB will become ready as shown in below figure:

will start and you PCB will become ready as shown in below figure

  • Second method is manual routing, you can do manual routing by clicking the edges just like we connect wires in Proteus ISIS. For manual routing select the option shown in below figure and start routing.

For manual routing select the option shown in below figure and start routing

  • That’s it. I don’t think its much difficult. I am gonna stop this tutorial here. I have tried my best to share my knowledge about Proteus. IF you guys having any problem in part of this tutorial, feel free to contact me. Take care.
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