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Where to get a better library for SwitcherCAD

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Anthony Fremont, Feb 20, 2007.

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  1. I haven't played with this stuff for a while, but I do remember scouring
    around trying to find more components for SwitcherCAD without much success.
    Does anyone know of a good location to get some ready-made librarys?

    Thanks all
  2. Damir

    Damir Guest

  3. OK, I give up, I'm stupid. How do I install this stuff? :) I know I
    should RTFM, but I'm kinda pressed for time right now, as if that's a good
  4. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Dunno without looking at what might be in those files...... but

    Have a look in C:\Program Files\LTC\SwCADIII\lib

    There are two directories of interest. One is called sym and one is called

    Create a new directory in sym with an appropriate name like downloaded_shit.

    Copy all the downloaded .asy files into that one.

    Copy all the downloaded .sub files into the sub directory.

    When you start up LTspice downloaded_shit will show up in the list.

    and you carry on from there..........

    That might work.... However be careful, or rather more organised about

    I'm sure Helmutt will be along to sort you out properly.

  5. ehsjr

    ehsjr Guest

    Here's a link:

    Watch out for line wrap.
    Also, you may want to make your own library - here's
    a link that might be helpful for that:

  6. Thanks for the help Genome, hopefully I'll have some time later to sort it
    all out.
  7. ehsjr

    ehsjr Guest

    Ooops. Here's the link:

    Thanks for spotting that!

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