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    How to Create new Component in Proteus ?

    Hello, I already create a new component (CD4094B) in proteus using a c++ source I found somewhere.
    This source only create a IDSIMMODEL and I had no problem using the created dll in proteus, however I'm trying to create a new component (MIC5800YN) and when I launch the simulation I receive an error saying :

    The 'createactivedevice' function was not found in 'MIC5800YN.DLL'.
    I also found a source to create an active model, I tried to put both inside my source but only the active model works and sim doesn't seem to do anything.

    So is there a complete source somewhere creating the sim model AND active device, or how to do ?

    Thanks

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    Re: How to Create new Component in Proteus ?

    The component library files are not found in your MIC5800YN.DLL
    With out library file of that component you cant do any thing.
    so find any other component related to that component, which contains similar characteristics and contains library files then use that one.



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    Re: How to Create new Component in Proteus ?

    Quote Originally Posted by surerdra View Post
    The component library files are not found in your MIC5800YN.DLL
    With out library file of that component you cant do any thing.
    so find any other component related to that component, which contains similar characteristics and contains library files then use that one.
    In fact this is because I put a name in "Active component properties" at "Symbol name stem", removing it I don't have to create a "active component" class in my dll.
    I also found a c++ source that include the active component class. So now I have the choice, but I don't need it.



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