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 on: Today at 06:14:02 AM 
Started by JSE009 - Last post by JSE009
I hope someone can help me out.
I am trying to simulate some PIC uController (16F628A and 16F877A) with HEX compiled file but whatever I try I can not start the simulatin (DIG).
I can load the hex-files but when starting (DIG) the simulation will not start Undecided
I am using Tina v11 and for testing I have compiled HEX-files with FlowCode 6 and Proton.
Someone any idea what I do wrong?

I also try to load the ASM-file and compiled it via Tina and load it into the MCU (no erros) but still the simulation will not start.

 on: December 16, 2017, 03:12:05 PM 
Started by etl17 - Last post by etl17
Hi there,

Thank you for the nice 11.2 update to Tina.

As I look over the new features of 11.2, I noticed that some of the mentioned examples are missing (or I'm just not able to locate them). More specifically, I noticed that the new Arduino and IoT examples don't seem to be anywhere, could you please help provide the location to look?. As I watch the new features video, I also notice other example designs that I have a feeling are missing from the installed update as well. Can you please verify that all the new feature demo designs are indeed included in the update package? Finally, is doing a "repair" still the correct way to perform the update, or you'd recommend a "new" install instead?

Again, thank you for this very nice Holiday present,

 on: October 18, 2017, 08:07:07 AM 
Started by dbrown2k - Last post by dbrown2k
Thanks, that makes sense, but was not clear initially.

 on: October 18, 2017, 01:45:37 AM 
Started by dbrown2k - Last post by horvatht
You should select the main (top level) subcircuit which is in your case 'MAX9634F'

 on: October 17, 2017, 08:41:27 PM 
Started by dbrown2k - Last post by dbrown2k
So I have a micro model from the MAXIM website for a current sense amplifier. When I test to see if it compiles its fine, but when I come to import it I get a choice of 3 sub-circuits where it should be using all of them.

How do I import this into TINA? or how do you re-factor / collapse multiple subcircuits into a single 'file'? (i've not generated my own spice models so have no idea about the syntax).

* ------------------------------
* Revision 0, 07/2012
.subckt MAX9634F RS+ RS- OUT GND
X_1 OUT 2 GND RS+ 5 RS- MAX9634
.subckt MAX9634 1 2 3 4 5 6

V_MAX9634_V1         MAX9634_N102868240 3 3mV
G_MAX9634_G1         MAX9634_N10291173 3 4 3 13.0435n
C_MAX9634_C1         3 MAX9634_N10293664  1n 
D_MAX9634_D5         MAX9634_N10307477 MAX9634_N10286938 diodemacro_ideal
I_MAX9634_I1         MAX9634_N10291173 3 DC 0.18478u 
R_MAX9634_R2         MAX9634_N10286582 4  200 
D_MAX9634_D6         MAX9634_N10286918 MAX9634_N10307477 diodemacro_ideal
V_MAX9634_AMP_Vic2         MAX9634_AMP_N99860681 3 28V
G_MAX9634_AMP_Gcm1         MAX9634_N10286736 3 MAX9634_AMP_N9990110 3
+  -12.589E-9
G_MAX9634_AMP_G1         MAX9634_N10286736 3 MAX9634_N10286582
+  MAX9634_AMP_N9985356 -1
R_MAX9634_AMP_RG         3 MAX9634_N10286736  1Meg 
E_MAX9634_AMP_Ecm         MAX9634_AMP_N99899100 3 MAX9634_AMP_N9985410 3 1
R_MAX9634_AMP_Ri+         MAX9634_AMP_N9985410 MAX9634_N10286582  500Meg 
R_MAX9634_AMP_Rcm1         MAX9634_AMP_N9990142 MAX9634_AMP_N9990110  1 
C_MAX9634_AMP_Cgbw         3 MAX9634_N10286736  0.0501u 
R_MAX9634_AMP_Rcm2         3 MAX9634_AMP_N9990142  24 
D_MAX9634_AMP_D1         MAX9634_N10286736 MAX9634_N10289958 diodemacro_ideal
E_MAX9634_AMP_Eic1         MAX9634_AMP_N9986028 3 MAX9634_AMP_N9985410
+  MAX9634_AMP_N99859541 -1E5
R_MAX9634_AMP_Ri-         MAX9634_N10286590 MAX9634_AMP_N9985410  500Meg 
L_MAX9634_AMP_Lcm         MAX9634_AMP_N9990142 3  0.15279mH 
D_MAX9634_AMP_D2         3 MAX9634_N10286736 diodemacro_ideal
G_MAX9634_AMP_Gcm2         MAX9634_AMP_N9990110 3 MAX9634_AMP_N9990098 3 -1
V_MAX9634_AMP_Vic3         MAX9634_AMP_N99859541 3 1.5V
M_MAX9634_AMP_M1         MAX9634_N10286736 MAX9634_AMP_N9986042 3 3 NJNT L=1u
+  W=2u
V_MAX9634_AMP_Voff         MAX9634_AMP_N9985356 MAX9634_N10286590 0.1mV
C_MAX9634_AMP_Ccm         MAX9634_AMP_N99899100 MAX9634_AMP_N9990098  16m 
M_MAX9634_AMP_M2         MAX9634_N10286736 MAX9634_AMP_N9986028 3 3 NJNT L=1u
+  W=2u
E_MAX9634_AMP_Eic2         MAX9634_AMP_N9986042 3 MAX9634_AMP_N9985410
+  MAX9634_AMP_N99860681 5E6
R_MAX9634_AMP_Rcm         3 MAX9634_AMP_N9990098  1Meg 
M_MAX9634_M1         MAX9634_N10286582 MAX9634_N10286736 MAX9634_N10307477 3
+  NAMP L=1u W=500u
E_MAX9634_E2         MAX9634_N10295792 3 4 3 1
E_MAX9634_E1         MAX9634_N10289958 3 MAX9634_N10293664 3 1
X_MAX9634_F1    6 MAX9634_N10291173 4 3 MAX9634_MAX9634_F1
D_MAX9634_D7         1 MAX9634_N10286938 diodemacro_ideal
D_MAX9634_D8         MAX9634_N10286918 1 diodemacro_ideal
D_MAX9634_D11         MAX9634_N10293664 MAX9634_N10295792 diodemacro_ideal
I_MAX9634_Ish         MAX9634_N10286938 MAX9634_N10286918 DC 7.5mA 
G_MAX9634_G2         MAX9634_N10293664 3 MAX9634_N10295792 3 -5E-6
D_MAX9634_D10         MAX9634_N102868240 1 diodemacro_ideal
D_MAX9634_D12         3 MAX9634_N10293664 diodemacro_ideal
R_MAX9634_R3         MAX9634_N10286590 6  200 
R_MAX9634_R1         3 1  10k
.model diodemacro_ideal d(n=0.001)
.model NJNT nmos(VTO=0.5 KP=50E-2)
.model NAMP nmos(VTO=0.1 KP=100E-6)
.ends MAX9634
.subckt MAX9634_MAX9634_F1 1 2 3 4 
F_MAX9634_F1         3 4 VF_MAX9634_F1 1
VF_MAX9634_F1         1 2 0V
.ends MAX9634_MAX9634_F1

* Copyright (c) 2003-2012 Maxim Integrated Products.  All Rights Reserved.

 on: October 04, 2017, 03:18:42 PM 
Started by joejester - Last post by davedelage
I had this problem as well, here are the fixes.

1. You MUST have a speaker (in Meters). It may be any impedance so it can be attached to essentially any point not just the output of a power amp.
2. The Speaker must be attached to the point you want to save as a .wav file, not just any point. I suppose multiple speakers are possible but I haven't tried that.
3. The Speaker waveform must be selected in the 'Diagram Window' before clicking on File/Export/etc.

Hope this helps.

 on: September 29, 2017, 04:01:26 PM 
Started by etl17 - Last post by CDRIVE
When you run a Transit plot and add A and B cursors you'll notice a Frequency / Slope value. That's there because I asked for it. I was pleasantly surprised to see it included when V10 was released.

So yeah! They certainly do listen to you.  Wink


 on: September 29, 2017, 03:43:01 PM 
Started by etl17 - Last post by etl17
Well, it seems that DesignSoft has listened as the latest update (v11.1) actually allows to "turn off" the components on the 3D PCB rendering!


 on: September 28, 2017, 04:12:14 AM 
Started by etl17 - Last post by dori89
I will also join in the request.
This option would be extremely useful.

 on: August 18, 2017, 01:18:10 AM 
Started by DRQ - Last post by horvatht
Virtual Instruments are not supported in TinaCloud at the moment.

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