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    lm324 orcad library

    Hi!

    I tried to design a Circuit using Orcad. During the the Capture I had to download the symbols(LM324N) from texas. But I couldn't find the pspices of them so no simulation no layout. Why this happens? I'm new to this software.Help me to overcome this problem.

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    Problem in using OrCad

    You can find LM324 in OPAMP.olb library.



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    Re: Problem in using OrCad

    No The one u told is single opamp IC. The one I need is Quad opamp LM324. I found
    LM324N at ExpressPCB s/w but I can't simulate it there. And no Auto routing option is there. trying to fix it with Orcad. If you can help me pls.

    http://focus.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/lm324.pdf



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    Problem in using OrCad

    Do you simulate in Capture?
    In fact, the model is for only one symbol. When use Layout, you have the others. If you want 4 of them, place four differnt symbols, and when you make Annotation, they must become parts of one footprint (with the same reference designator).


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