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I use OrCAD Capture 15.7. Zetex gave an instruction zetexm.txt in its website for installing the spice model, but it seems that the instruction is for old version of pspice software. There is no Editor Configuration in the Options pull down menu.
How to add the zmodels.lib to OrCAD Capture? Thanks!
Here are the steps to add the .lib file to simulation profile:- launch OrCAD Capture (make sure you have a license for both OrCAD Capture and PSpice)- go to PSpice menu- select New Simulation Profile (enter name)- in Simulation Settings, go to Configuration Files tab- highlight Library on the left > click on the browse button to select the .lib file- select 'Add to Design' or 'Add to Profile'
Hello, Thank you for your message! After I did as you mentioned, the needed component can be put on the schematic, but it displayed an error: less than two connections in the base of the transisitor when I ran it. The problem still existed when I deleted and reconnected the needed wires.
Is the needed component correctly associated with the corresponding PSpice model (there are 3 properties required on the graphical symbol for this)? Do you have a node that is not connected (zoom in and verify all nodes in the circuit)?
Thanks a lot! I followed the "To associate a PSpice model to an existing Capture symbol" to associate it, and now it works!!!