Library settings for simulation profiles – PSpice A/D simulation

Library settings for simulation profiles

Use the Configuration Files tab of the Simulation Settings dialog box configure global, design and profile level model libraries.

1.
Click Library in the Category field in the Configuration Files tab, and then configure the model libraries.

 

 
Click this button… To do this…
Browse Browse directories for libraries to make available to the profile–the selected file name appears in the Filename text box
Add as Global Add the file listed in the Filename text box to be available to all designs
Add to Design Add the file listed in the Filename text box to be available to the current design only Note: When you edit a model from Capture and save the changes, Model Editor automatically configures the model library at the design level.
Add to Profile Add the file listed in the Filename text box to be available to the current profile only A file added at the design level cannot be added at the profile level also.

Note: Profile specific configuration is available only if the project was created using Capture from release 10.0 and beyond. This feature is also available for the project created using older versions of Capture but converted to the Capture 10.0 format.

Edit Open the selected file for editing in Model Editor
Change Change the selected file with the file specified in the Filename text box
Library settings for simulation profiles  Remove the selected file from the Variant Files list–this does not delete the file from your computer
 

Library settings for simulation profiles

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Library settings for simulation profiles

Move the selected file up or down in the Variant Files list.

PSpice locates models by searching the model libraries in the order in which they are listed in the Variant Files list. PSpice locates models by first searching the model libraries configured at the profile level, then the model libraries configured at the design level and finally the model libraries configured at the global level.

Note: You can change the search order only within the files configured at the same level. For example, you can change the search order only within the files configured at the profile level.

Library search path

The Library Path text box displays the path that PSpice uses to search for models configured at the global level. You can edit or replace this path by typing a path in this text box, following these rules:

Use a semicolon (;) to separate two path names.

Do not follow the last path name with a semicolon.

Example:

To search first C:\OrCAD\Orcad_16.5\PSpice \Library, then C:\MYLIBS, type the following:

“C:\OrCAD\Orcad_16.5\PSpice \Library”;”c:\mylibs”

 

Collected from PSpice A/D simulation help center… Any contact please use: [email protected]

 

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