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circuitmaker VI plot

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by ssylee, Oct 25, 2007.

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  1. ssylee

    ssylee Guest

    I'm having trouble plotting voltage vs. current on Circuitmaker 2000
    for a certain circuit in analog simulation mode. Does anyone know if
    it's possible to plot VI curves in CircuitMaker? Thanks!
     
  2. D from BC

    D from BC Guest

    Maybe this might help...
    F8
    Enable DC
    Select source
    Select start, stop and step
    Run analysis
    Use probe on pin for I graph

    X axis is DC sweep voltage
    Y axis is current

    In my opinion, LTSpice is better than CM2000... but haven't done an IV
    plot yet in LTSpice.
    D from BC
     
  3. LVMarc

    LVMarc Guest

    I always liked the old gui in circuit maker 1995-2000 era. Not sure why?
    Underneath they ar all spice similar.
    Happy simulating :)
    Marc
     
  4. D from BC

    D from BC Guest

    Yup..after the release of CM2000, it became a favorite spice program
    compared to other programs I tried.
    I tried to move away from CM2000...only to return back to it many
    times..
    Only LTSPice has kept me away from CM2000...for now..


    D from BC
     
  5. Guest

    They're GUI was the was best. I lost my copy, I'm forever bummed.
    Using 5Spice now.
     
  6. LVMarc

    LVMarc Guest

    I do believe that I have the old cm zip file with an evaluation key..of
    sorts. let me know if you want to resurrect the old sim and evaluate t
    for awhile

    Marc
     
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