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  1. petercl14

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    this is a instrumentation amplifier. it is not listed in the ltspice components under op amps although other inst amplifiers are. I have downloaded the netlist for the ad623 from analogs website. It is now listed is sub as ad623.cir.
    I want to list it under op amps. All the other components in sub have the adobe reader logo. I am getting this reply; 'fatal error no analysis request found'. no idea what this means.
    Anybody know what I need to do now to get the ad623 into my component list in ltspice? It is not like this is a third party model.
    I have downloaded the updated ltspice and the ad623 is still not in the component list.
     
  2. Harald Kapp

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  4. petercl14

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    I want to use the download from analog devices as this will use the proper symbol for a inst amplifier. the netlist is already in subcircuits. I just need to know how to proceed from here. Even if I get the Bordodynov download I will still be stuck on getting it into the components list of ltspice. I have been using another third party component in which I have to put the netlist on the simulation circuit. It would be much better to have it listed in the components of ltspice. I need to know how to get it there.
     
  5. Harald Kapp

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    Follow post #2.
     
  6. HarryA

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    If you wish to see where components are look in the path similar to:
    harry/AppData/Local/Documents/LTspiceXVII/lib/sub

    I recently made a nonfunctional Arduino UNO symbol; had to put it here to see it "components"
    ../lib/sym/Misc

    It did not show up in:
    This PC/Window(C:)/Program Files/LTC/LTspice/lib/sym/Misc
     
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