Prepare your installation for inspection

Draw and manage your electrical schemas with As Built Plan

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The product

Explore the unique benefits our product has to offer

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  • Lower the administrative burden

    by adjusting schemas digitally and in realtime on site

  • Collaborate with your colleagues

    to build your electrical schemas more efficiently

  • Win time with templates

    so that your technicians can focus on providing the missing information

  • Validate your installations against the AREI/RGIE

    and increase the quality of your installations

  • Guarantee the completeness of the schema

    upon requesting the electrical inspection

The features

Discover the features of this product

Cloud based

Available on tablet & desktop

Available on Android & iOS

Export to PDF

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Draw your electrical schemas as you would on paper

1

Situation plan

Start with the situation plan. Add the structure of the house and add the necessary electrical symbols.

2

Distribution board

Draw the layout of the distribution board in the circuit table. Specify which circuit breakers, residual-current devices, and meters will be installed.

3

Circuits and positions

Specify the circuit and position for each electrical symbol on the situation plan.

4

Single-line diagram

Witness how your installation is seamlessly translated into a compliant single-line diagram.

Curious? 
Request a demo.

Discover more about how to get started with this application.

Pricing

Review the different options and choose the subscription that suits you best

Free testing

Draw templates for free
  • Templates

Pay per schema

Coming soon!
  • Schemas

POPULAR

Pay per month

3 schemas/​m included. Extra schemas follow the pricing table.

/ Per month (incl. 3 schemas)

€30.00 (3 schemas incl.) +
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Custom

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Product roadmap

Stay informed of the product status

1

Household PV- and charging station installations

Simplified schemas

BÈTA
2

Expansion to complete household installations

Complete household schemas

Expected Q2 — 2024
3

Expansion to complete non-household installations

Complete non-household schemas

Later

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about our products or services? Check out our frequently asked questions below. If you still don’t find the answer you’re looking for, feel free to contact us at info@​asbuiltplan.​be!

Many technicians first sketch their diagrams on paper and then digitize them on their desktop after work hours, or they have someone else draw the diagrams. This means that each drawing is created in two steps, resulting in time wasted on redrawing the diagram. This workflow also allows for many errors, such as information loss due to unclear handwriting or notes being misplaced.

In this application, you can draw diagrams directly on site. You can maintain the natural sequence of drawing by starting with the situation plan, then setting up the distribution board in the circuit table, and finally linking the circuits to the electrical symbols on the site plan. The single-line diagram is automatically generated.

Moreover, you can draw more quickly and accurately. More quickly by starting from standard templates, so you only need to fill in the necessary adjustments for the specific installation. More accurately by validating that all required fields are filled in and eventually by checking against some of the key regulations from the Electrical Installation Regulations (AREI).

The application is available through a website and does not need to be downloaded as an application. Feel free to contact info@​asbuiltplan.​be, and we will assist you in setting up an account.

Currently, a basic knowledge of drawing electrical schema is expected. The drafter is expected to understand and visualize the structure of the single-line diagram in our circuit table. In our circuit table, you start from the main grid connection, and from there, you can branch off to differential switches and circuit breakers, as well as add energy meters. On the situation plan, you can then indicate the correct circuit and position of each electrical symbol, allowing the single-line diagram to be automatically generated.

We can assist you in setting up correct templates for basic installations of inverters and charging stations, which your technicians can use as a basis.

We are also strengthening the application with validation rules from the Electrical Installation Regulations (AREI). Initially, we will indicate which fields must be filled in as mandatory in the schema. In a second phase, we will also monitor the correctness of the installation. This way, you can check various aspects, such as whether the correct wire section is used behind the circuit breaker, if the installation is behind the right differential switch, and so on.

We are diligently working on an intuitive design for the application, so you will quickly discover how the application functions by testing it yourself. Because the application has a different structure than other drawing programs, visual support can certainly be helpful. Therefore, we provide a manual when you start your account. Soon, videos will also be available demonstrating how to draw various diagrams.

We are working on a new feature that involves the integration with SPOQ. With this integration, it will be possible to request an inspection by ACEG from within As Built Plan, sharing the provided data from the schema with the inspection request.

In the coming months, we are also working on integrations with ERP software. This aims to automate the preparation of schemas based on the data in your customer files.

You can easily share the schemas with other users added to the workspace. Additionally, each diagram can be exported as a PDF with the file name being the address and the timestamp of the export, which directly determines the version number of the PDF.

Currently, this is not possible. We will reconsider this feature when we reach the next phase of product development, which involves drawing complete household installations.

Yes, currently diagrams can be exported as PDFs.

The beta version includes everything you need to get approval for a standard PV or charging station installation diagram.

You can set up templates and create new schemas from these templates. Then, you fill in the necessary adjustments for the specific installation, resulting in a clean diagram as the final output.

In the situation plan, you can draw walls and name a room. You also have all the electrical symbols available to draw these installations, such as the distribution board, the meter, the earth disconnector, and symbols specific to the installation. On the situation plan, you can also fill in the technical information of the devices, which will be displayed on the single-line diagram.

In the circuit table, you can describe the main grid connection, as well as add differential switches, circuit breakers, and meters. All the necessary information can also be added here to display in the single-line diagram.

When exporting, all the required information is filled in, such as the installation address and the details and signature of the installer.

The diagrams are always available online for your organization, preventing data loss.

The current version of the application does not yet allow for drawing diagrams for the entire house with symbols such as outlets, switches, lighting, and household appliances.

New updates are released every two weeks to the application. We consistently keep our customers informed about these updates. Additionally, we share the plan for the upcoming months with our customers and listen to your feedback to prioritize new features.

If you would like to experience drawing in the application, you can start by creating a template. This functionality allows to draw a schema is free, but does not allow adding serial numbers or an address. You also cannot export a template.

Once you are convinced of the application, you can easily copy the template to an electrical schema and add the missing information for inspection.

On our pricing page, you can find more information about the pricing. Currently, we only offer a subscription model. A monthly invoice is sent, including the subscription fee and any additional purchased schemas for that month. Payment can then be made via bank transfer.

Soon, we will also introduce online payment options.

When setting up a subscription, the application is freely available on any device for every user with an account linked to your environment. Therefore, you only pay for the output, meaning the number of diagrams drawn within your environment.

Send an email to info@​asbuiltplan.​be, and we’ll be happy to assist you!

Many technicians first sketch their diagrams on paper and then digitize them on their desktop after work hours, or they have someone else draw the diagrams. This means that each drawing is created in two steps, resulting in time wasted on redrawing the diagram. This workflow also allows for many errors, such as information loss due to unclear handwriting or notes being misplaced.

In this application, you can draw diagrams directly on site. You can maintain the natural sequence of drawing by starting with the situation plan, then setting up the distribution board in the circuit table, and finally linking the circuits to the electrical symbols on the site plan. The single-line diagram is automatically generated.

Moreover, you can draw more quickly and accurately. More quickly by starting from standard templates, so you only need to fill in the necessary adjustments for the specific installation. More accurately by validating that all required fields are filled in and eventually by checking against some of the key regulations from the Electrical Installation Regulations (AREI).

The application is available through a website and does not need to be downloaded as an application. Feel free to contact info@​asbuiltplan.​be, and we will assist you in setting up an account.

Currently, a basic knowledge of drawing electrical schema is expected. The drafter is expected to understand and visualize the structure of the single-line diagram in our circuit table. In our circuit table, you start from the main grid connection, and from there, you can branch off to differential switches and circuit breakers, as well as add energy meters. On the situation plan, you can then indicate the correct circuit and position of each electrical symbol, allowing the single-line diagram to be automatically generated.

We can assist you in setting up correct templates for basic installations of inverters and charging stations, which your technicians can use as a basis.

We are also strengthening the application with validation rules from the Electrical Installation Regulations (AREI). Initially, we will indicate which fields must be filled in as mandatory in the schema. In a second phase, we will also monitor the correctness of the installation. This way, you can check various aspects, such as whether the correct wire section is used behind the circuit breaker, if the installation is behind the right differential switch, and so on.

We are diligently working on an intuitive design for the application, so you will quickly discover how the application functions by testing it yourself. Because the application has a different structure than other drawing programs, visual support can certainly be helpful. Therefore, we provide a manual when you start your account. Soon, videos will also be available demonstrating how to draw various diagrams.

We are working on a new feature that involves the integration with SPOQ. With this integration, it will be possible to request an inspection by ACEG from within As Built Plan, sharing the provided data from the schema with the inspection request.

In the coming months, we are also working on integrations with ERP software. This aims to automate the preparation of schemas based on the data in your customer files.

You can easily share the schemas with other users added to the workspace. Additionally, each diagram can be exported as a PDF with the file name being the address and the timestamp of the export, which directly determines the version number of the PDF.

Currently, this is not possible. We will reconsider this feature when we reach the next phase of product development, which involves drawing complete household installations.

Yes, currently diagrams can be exported as PDFs.

The beta version includes everything you need to get approval for a standard PV or charging station installation diagram.

You can set up templates and create new schemas from these templates. Then, you fill in the necessary adjustments for the specific installation, resulting in a clean diagram as the final output.

In the situation plan, you can draw walls and name a room. You also have all the electrical symbols available to draw these installations, such as the distribution board, the meter, the earth disconnector, and symbols specific to the installation. On the situation plan, you can also fill in the technical information of the devices, which will be displayed on the single-line diagram.

In the circuit table, you can describe the main grid connection, as well as add differential switches, circuit breakers, and meters. All the necessary information can also be added here to display in the single-line diagram.

When exporting, all the required information is filled in, such as the installation address and the details and signature of the installer.

The diagrams are always available online for your organization, preventing data loss.

The current version of the application does not yet allow for drawing diagrams for the entire house with symbols such as outlets, switches, lighting, and household appliances.

New updates are released every two weeks to the application. We consistently keep our customers informed about these updates. Additionally, we share the plan for the upcoming months with our customers and listen to your feedback to prioritize new features.

If you would like to experience drawing in the application, you can start by creating a template. This functionality allows to draw a schema is free, but does not allow adding serial numbers or an address. You also cannot export a template.

Once you are convinced of the application, you can easily copy the template to an electrical schema and add the missing information for inspection.

On our pricing page, you can find more information about the pricing. Currently, we only offer a subscription model. A monthly invoice is sent, including the subscription fee and any additional purchased schemas for that month. Payment can then be made via bank transfer.

Soon, we will also introduce online payment options.

When setting up a subscription, the application is freely available on any device for every user with an account linked to your environment. Therefore, you only pay for the output, meaning the number of diagrams drawn within your environment.

Send an email to info@​asbuiltplan.​be, and we’ll be happy to assist you!