Test Plan

Hi all,

I am new to electronics I would like to know how to create a test plan? what all needs to be included in a test plan? how to measure/ calculate the voltage applied to each test points (TPx) in a circuit?

thanks smj

by smjdb
December 04, 2018
  1. Google is your friend.

  2. What circuit?

by mikerogerswsm
December 05, 2018

Putting it in a more user friendly manner,

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test_plan

2 It is a little difficult to measure or calculate the voltage at an unspecified test point in a non-existent circuit.

by mikerogerswsm
December 06, 2018
Add comment...

Please sign in or create an account to comment.


No Answers

No answers yet. Contribute your answer below!


Your Answer

You must log in or create an account (free!) to answer a question.

Log in Create an account


Go Ad-Free. Activate your CircuitLab membership. No more ads. Save unlimited circuits. Run unlimited simulations.

Search Questions & Answers


Ask a Question

Anyone can ask a question.

Did you already search (see above) to see if a similar question has already been answered? If you can't find the answer, you may ask a question.


About This Site

CircuitLab's Q&A site is a FREE questions and answers forum for electronics and electrical engineering students, hobbyists, and professionals.

We encourage you to use our built-in schematic & simulation software to add more detail to your questions and answers.

Acceptable Questions:

  • Concept or theory questions
  • Practical engineering questions
  • “Homework” questions
  • Software/hardware intersection
  • Best practices
  • Design choices & component selection
  • Troubleshooting

Unacceptable Questions:

  • Non-English language content
  • Non-question discussion
  • Non-electronics questions
  • Vendor-specific topics
  • Pure software questions
  • CircuitLab software support

Please respect that there are both seasoned experts and total newbies here: please be nice, be constructive, and be specific!

About CircuitLab

CircuitLab is an in-browser schematic capture and circuit simulation software tool to help you rapidly design and analyze analog and digital electronics systems.