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Adding just a Spice Directive looks like it's not enough Can anyone help me? Scroll to continue with content. Make a backup copy of "standard. You can label it standarddio. Open "standard.
Add in your 1N model information to that file. Save the file as a standard text file. Now when you close and reopen LTspice, D1N should be there when you open the diode selection box for any diode in your schematic.
Make a backup copy of your existing standard. Ok, thank you! Later today I'll do it. I have a report to do for my Electronics classes and i need to work out some simulations of that diode! One other question, please!
Whats the difference between the caracteristics of your 1N diode to that one I've posted in my first post???? I can see there are some diferente values! PsySc0rpi0n said:. Last edited: Mar 5, Ok, thank you for replying I'm trying to simulate the diode on a resistive circuit only for academic purposes but looks like i'm not getting any diferences between using the directives or using nothing. Please check this screen of what I'm trying to do.
And the file 1N Jony Joined Feb 17, 5, Check this simulation file. Jony said:. Simply change Draft Open this file in LTspice next run the simulation and after you see the plot simply point and click at a wire to plot the voltage on that wire. But i still have a question In plot that Jony sent me, we have a parallel of 2 R and 2 D , right?
One D has no specifications, and the other has. What is that LTSpice sees at that diode with no specification? PS: And how do i change the scales? From Volts to Amps, for instance?
Here's a update of Eric's file. I added the 1NX voltage ratings and the Zener voltages so they would show on the diode listing in LTspice. Just delete the. View attachment standard. Is it possible to subtract two curves in LTspice? View attachment You must log in or register to reply here.
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