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Has any user added his own component to multisim 2001 library?
Circuit diagram should be in the datasheet of your 7-segment LED. Look for the OrCAD library here:
I'm trying to find out how to put moc3042 or a similar zero crossing optocoupler integrated with triac driver (solid state relay) for multisim. i am searching in its database and i can not find it. Can you tell me how to find it and add it into the library. ty very much.
Wouldn't it be more simple to check, if any PLLs are available in the library? It's basically a SPICE simulator, so you can import SPICE models available from manufacturers as well.
I have installed the latest version of multisim11.0 on my lappy and was working on an ac mains frequency monitoring system. I want to simulate the circuit that i have designed, in multisim, and i need to use 74c926(Fairchild) in it. BUt the problem is that i cannot find that component in the library. Is there some place i can find it? Please (...)
*In multisim i want create new component based on datasheet which is not available in the library. but iam not found sum of the parameters in datasheet which multisim any body help me full pledged component creation in multisim. *how to crete laser diode in multisim?i got library code (...)
what is the alternative for optocoupler MOC3041 IC in multisim..?
Yeah but library managing was not that friendly
Hi, Have a look at this link is a place where you will find all the orcad pspice libraries. Scroll down from the top and you will a file named jpwrmos.lib. This file is dedicated to japanese mosfet models 2sj and 2sk series. You can open it with a stan
Hi, i have a spice model.. now how can i add this object to my multisim component library ?
Iam also trying to make simualtion for inverter12vdc to 220vac as my finish project. Iam working with Pspice but I couldn't now how I can Place a transformer 12v in 220v out . I use some transformers in the library but it was giving me an error. Any one can advice me how I can use aconvenient transformer .
Hi, I recommend that you use multisim to simulate your circuit because it it easy and have a lot of library..
Hi I tried this model with orcad schematic I get error message not a library file, can you explain how to use this.
you can make your own library
For simulation, each software is having its advantages and limitations. I used OrCAD Spice. But after that multisim from electronics workbench seems superior in many aspects. It is having good component library. Also instrument library. You can visualize the ouput in an virtual Tektronix or Agilent Oscilloscope. You can feed (...)
first Five lines we are defining the inputs. outputs VDD and load value and conditions.. the last four lines mainly defining there which library model you want to use and how do you want to see your output graph ... more like here there is standard pattern of defining our circuit. Spice is nothing but a written discription of our electronics c
Do we have Thyristors in PSPICE? Can some one please attach the power electronics library for me. I also need to use TCA 785. Where can I find it's model?
hi all, i have a software package called multisim, it has various comnponents but not a very wide range in its library, i need a specific PIC micro and an lm35DZ and it doesn't have em!! anyone suggest a decent schematic software?? any help much appreciated!!!
you can use multisim , or any other software which has dependent source library
Yes. You can edit the library and assign the footprint for each symbol. Obviously, there are components that come in different packages (e.g. PIC18F452, which comes in 40-DIP and 44-TQFP). See also here:
The tool I am familiar with is multisim. It would handle your traffic light control circuit very nicely. Also, it will show the states of your led's on, off, blinking, etc. Not to mention you have virtual O scopes, function generators, and meters, so you can see what is happening with circuit. multisim has a pretty nice library and is (...)
Dude....i am new here. sorry if this topic is in the wrong thread. pls guide me if im wrong ok. I am in need of urgent help. I am supposed to design a Data Acquisition System. It has to be connected using USB to the PC and the data or graphs are checked via LABVIEW software. for now i have designed slightly on how my system is... its like
Gooday, I am trying to implement a multiple input XNOR gate using the virtex II Pro unisim primitive BUTF. My VHDL code is as follows: library IEEE; use IEEE.std_logic_1164.all; library unisim; use unisim.vcomponents.all; entity BUFT_XNOR is port ( E_0, E_1, E_2, E_3 : in std_logic ; enable : out std_logic ); end BUFT_XNOR ;
hello frend..i m new on this forum.. can any one tell which is the best software to design elctronic circuits(supports component library update) and pcb transformation with auto routing facility. thanx
can anyone help me how to simulate LTC3401 and or LT1307 using multisim? i search in multisim component library but i cant found LTC3401 or LT1307 and other DC-DC buck regulator.. does anyone have a spice model for these components? so i can create them in component wizard, or maybe you already hhave these components for (...)
Hello Some of the circuit drawing and simulation available are (though I have never used any!): LTspice, CircuitLogix, multisim. I am beginner to these circuit tasks and don't know much how to use such technical programs. So which program will you recommend me to use? I want it to have circuit symbols library, such as resistors, diodes, trans
LTSpice has a very large contributed models library associated with its Yahoo! group. I imagine the same may be true of other major SPICEs. Many manufacturers offer at least macromodels for their analog products. Digging for what you want, is up to you.
Hello, I'm new to VHDL. I have designed the 2 bit up counter using JK flip flop. But the test bench is not producing the results i need. Please find attached the vhdl code and the test bench. --- 2 bit counter with JK FF library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_unsigned.ALL; -- Uncomment the following library de
I mainly use simulators for analog circuits and all of them have digital components included but I don't know which one includes the components that you want or has an extended digital library, sorry. Alex
"diode.olb/lib", what does it mean. I've to add library?
hi all you can't have a good simulation with the proteus or EWB! there is a more reasons for this claim such as: shortage library devices(RF), there is not RF analysis, etc. you can use advanced desing system and AWR.
I need to simulate my circuit that contain LM2576 voltage regulator.. I try to use multisim or proteus but I can't find it in the component library.. Anyone can help me find the other simulation software that contain LM2576 OR How to add LM2576 in the component library for multisim or proteus?
am looking for this ic SG6841 any body help which software i have to use. i searched in Pspice, multisim library but i didn't find it.
Hello, There are several spice based simulators that are free (though with limitations). LTspice is free and fully featured (so you can save, have a library, can have many nodes, etc). I like spice as you can work with components, functional blocks and mathematical equations within one simulation. I use Beige Bag pspice (not free, but cheap).
Hi, thought I would acknowledge your contribution here, even though I see your other thread has generated more discussion. Your schematic employs several stages of operation. Each stage shows a concept which is now part of your library of methods to get a job done.
i am using TSOP 1736 IR receiver in my project.i would like to know,which software will helpful to simulate the design?? multisim don't have these packages in its library.thankful for any solutions!!!
I believe you will have to create the foot print manually... bcoz it's not even available in the eagle library. For creating the foot print read the datasheet. The dimensions are usually given at the end. Hope this helps you...
There is an interactive animated simulator that will help to aid in understanding. Its library of circuits includes the multivibrators you mention. Click the link below. It will open the website at . It will load a monostable multivibrator constructed from transistors, and will run it on your computer. (Click Allow to lo
multisim has a LM7805 in its database. It is under Master database/power. There is also a component wizard that lets you import other parts. I guess LTspice will have the same features. Join the LT users group, they have a vast library of components available.