From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: Adding models to PSPICE GUI
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Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2003 22:01:28 GMT
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On Thu, 09 Jan 2003 21:52:16 +0000,
In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.cad,
Entitled: "Re: Adding models to PSPICE GUI",
Wrote the following:
|On Thu, 09 Jan 2003 20:27:04 GMT, Jim Thompson
|>On 8 Jan 2003 11:50:04 -0800,
|>firstname.lastname@example.org (Jason Hsu),
|>In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.cad,
|>Entitled: "Adding models to PSPICE GUI",
|>Wrote the following:
|>|I have the PSPICE student version, and I am beginning to use the GUI
|>|(instead of the netlist) for the first time.
|>|Does anyone here know how to add models to the PSPICE GUI? I am
|>|trying to add the D1N34A, and I am new to the PSPICE GUI interface.
|>|When I was using the text netlist instead of the GUI, I simply used
|>|the model command in the file.
|>|Jason Hsu, AG4DG
|>Use the LIB part, fill in the blank for the Drive/Path/Libraryname.lib
|>I assume LIB is available in the student version?? Charlie?
|> ...Jim Thompson
|save your model as a .mod file
|open a new project, selecting analogue or mixed A/D
|File ... new ... PSPICE Library
|model ... import ... then open your model.
|tools ... options ... tick "always create part when saving model"
|save the model.
|To place part, open dialogue as normal and import your custom library.
|then place away.
|node names will be as listed in your model
That's for Capture, gag me with a spoon :-(
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