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  1. surena

    surena Guest


    I use Orcad (capture 9.2). Sometimes I find the error messages like

    ERROR -- Less than 2 connections at node N00193

    How I can find these nodes on the schematic? I try to debug, but where
    is the node?

  2. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    In Probe, View, Output File, search for "N00193"

    I don't use Capture, but I would expect that you can View, Netlist
    from there also.

    You can also prename nodes... double-click (in Schematics, you may
    need to experiment in Capture, gag-me-with-a-spoon :) on a wire and
    Label it.

    ...Jim Thompson
  3. Boris Mohar

    Boris Mohar Guest

    CTRL F

    It should light up


    Boris Mohar

    Got Knock? - see:
    Viatrack Printed Circuit Designs (among other things)

    void _-void-_ in the obvious place
  4. surena

    surena Guest


    I found the net. I have used a transistor (Q1: 2N2222) in my schematic
    page and connected wire to it. But apparently capture does not
    recognize it or ignore it. It gives the error:
    WARNING [NET0093] No PSpiceTemplate for Q1, ignoring
    How it can be possible? I used it from the transistor library and
    connected wire to it correctly.

  5. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    Maybe the item in the library is incomplete, and one or more of its
    pins/nodes is un-numbered.
    I had a similar problem with completely different software, so it was
    worth mentioning.

  6. Hello Surena,

    You have to take the components only from the libraries below
    the path "PSPICE". The parts from other libraries don't have the
    correct settings for simulation.

    Best regards,
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