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proteus help - how to create new simulation model

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proteus help

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how will create the new simulation model in proteus.

what tools they require.


any one explain.

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Re: proteus help

For a simple model use a spice model
For a complex model it is necessary to create a dll
Read vsm sdk.hlp to this subject
 
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Re: proteus help

Simple Analogue model - search for SPICE model on internet and follow instructions in VSM Help for attaching SPICE model to schematic part. Note that the Proteus analogue engine is based on the SPICE3 kernel and so SPICE models must be SPICE3 compatible (in general this means that PSPICE and XSPICE models are non-starters).

Simple Models in General - Edit the Schematic Part and select 'Attach Hierarchy Module'. This, in effect, gives you a subcircuit. Use either the digital primitives in DSIMDLS and/or the analogue primitives in ASIMDLS to model the behaviour of the parent part. As with subcircuits map terminals to the pins of the parent part. When you have it working as desired use the Model Compiler on the Tools Menu to compile the model as a MODFILE in your models directory. Finally remake the part adding the MODFILE property (e.g. MODFILE=fred.mdf) to attach the model to the part. Whew...

Have a look at the Motor Models help file - this models back emf etc.. and seems to be a completely schematic model.

As mentioned more complicated models involve DLL writing and a good
grasp of C/C++.

Good Luck.
 

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Hello Iain,
Thank you for great info. But i am running out of time and i would like to know what is the easiest way to attach a model file to LM311 from Texas.
I downloaded the spice model from the site but i cannot run it
Thanks
Ion
 

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found the lp311 in the library wiyh model attached
 

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