One of the many functions of an electrical plan is to depict a building's wiring. Because such wiring systems are frequently required to be concealed within walls, it is critical to have a network map that assumes there are no elevations or, if there are, that they are transparent. The benefit of developing an electrical plan is that it simplifies the tasks of engineers, architects, and designers, particularly when preparing new devices, buildings, and blueprints. Another advantage of having such a map is checking and ensuring that the final output works as expected. If there are any flaws in the wiring or the circuit, they can be immediately corrected.