Topic: Potential first time user with some use-case questions
I'm an electrical engineer based out of the Bay Area, CA. In the last 4 years I've worked at robotics startups where the teams are super small, documentation is usually limited and not much time can be dedicated to it. So far all the CAD software I've tried made for this sucks - they take far too long to set up and use.
I recently found Qelectrotech and I'm wondering if it could be a great solution to trying to produce system wiring schematics quickly and easily.
One of the main things I'm looking for is a built-in way to handle connectors like a 40-pin bulkhead connector, connecting a panel to the rest of the system (multiple solenoids, etc). I can't seem to find any examples containing connectors in any of the pre-packaged examples. I need a way to quickly place down connectors, have the pins be rearrangeable and split up into multiple connector symbols, and preferably still associated with one another. Is this possible? I included a picture as an example which I quickly threw together with just text labels and drawing tools.
I'd love to hear your feedback as to whether or not this tool should be used for this purpose.