Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
Subject: Re: CircuitMaker spice simulation setup help needed
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Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 15:15:10 -0000
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Smile, it can only get WORSE wrote:
> Good day all,
> I am having a problem setting up a spice simulation in the Student
> Version of CircuitMaker (ver 6.2c).
> I have a cockcroft-walton voltage multiplier and I want to look at the
> voltage at each of the outputs with time (0 to 4 seconds) on the Y
> axis and voltage on the X axis.
> I drew the circuit and checked it. I have read chapter 5, 6 and 14,
> 15. I can't seem to change the Y time axis to anything other than
> zero to 50 microseconds. Since the multiplier takes quite a few cycles
> to charge the caps in the circuit, such a short time scale is useless.
> I am having a tough time interpreting the help file as well and the
> non-standard units in the spice graphs don't help.
> I will send the circuit to anyone who would like it, I hesitate to
> post a binary attachment in this newsgroup:>:
> I'm a new user of CircuitMaker and have no actual Spice experience
> although I know the basic concept of how it should work:>: I picked
> CircuitMaker becasue it included Spice in the Student Version and I'd
> like to learn more about it and be able to draw simple schematics.
What can I say, have you tried my SS. You get free support, even if you
only use the demo.
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Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.