About ElectroPlan

ElectroPlan is an on-premise software package for planning, estimating and documenting commercial and domestic electrical installations. It is suitable for individual users and small to midsize businesses.

Floor plans can be imported from architectural PDFs, created using ElectroPlan or extracted from interior photographs. Details such as notes, images, logos, circuit diagrams and component connections can be added to the plan. Users can build a priced and documented project with a breakdown of materials, cabling and labor hours as the project progresses. The final design can be exported as a quote, estimate, invoice or proposal.

Users can define a library of electrical components with customized icons and pricing. A comp...

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Supported Operating System(s):

Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 8

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July 2020


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Company Size: 2-10 employees

Time Used: More than 2 years

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July 2020

excellent product

very good overall and suits our business on what we do which is residential and small commercial work. it is also useful for simple circuit diagram layouts, and laying on the plans circuit runs etc.


Fit for purpose for the type of work we do. Easy to manage and cost effective. Simple and easy cut a paste into software of existing plans and documents.


In some cases the plans, when transferred to electroplan do not copy in full definition, and therefore the plan is blurry and distorted in the electroplan software.

Reasons for Choosing ElectroPlan

a degree was not needed to operate, suits our business for the type of work we do. simple, easy to understand and implement.

Response from ElectroPlan

Replied July 2020

In September 2019 an additional option was added to ElectroPlan to enable plan images to be imported directly from the screen view of an open Windows application. This allows plan images to be imported with the higher resolution afforded by PDF readers and web browsers.