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[SOLVED] proteus and generators

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hello iam begginer in proteus
i need a bidirectional power generator something like this image


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but I don't know where to find it?I just know the location of these generators
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which is not useful in the case because they can not wired at two sides
any help?thanks
 

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You can use the sinusoidal wave generator (sine) which has only one connection point (signal), the other end is already connected to the gnd.
The second solution is to use a VSINE component which is exactly as your first picture, you can find it in the components (opamp icon under the arrow, second icon from the top and there press letter P to pick component).

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