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Questions for the OptiSPICE version 5.2 program

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Dear Sir/Madam,

I am a novice user of the OptiSPICE software and I ask you with the following questions, because it is not explained in detail in the manual.

1) Is it possible to change / define the grid in the program?

2) Are the electric lines blue and optical green in the OptiSPICE program by default?

3) Where is the newly created own electronic component stored?

4) How to create your own library?

5) How exactly step by step to configure the setup window when simulating the electronic system?

6) It was not specified that parameters, e.g. static, could be estimated based on i (u), no generated result generated on new standard graph and (u) diode. They were all in time domain.

Thank you in advance and please respond quickly.

Sincerely,

Sylwia Kojtek

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    • #69614
      Sylwia Kojtek
      Participant

      Dear Sir/Madam,

      I am a novice user of the OptiSPICE software and I ask you with the following questions, because it is not explained in detail in the manual.

      1) Is it possible to change / define the grid in the program?

      2) Are the electric lines blue and optical green in the OptiSPICE program by default?

      3) Where is the newly created own electronic component stored?

      4) How to create your own library?

      5) How exactly step by step to configure the setup window when simulating the electronic system?

      6) It was not specified that parameters, e.g. static, could be estimated based on i (u), no generated result generated on new standard graph and (u) diode. They were all in time domain.

      Thank you in advance and please respond quickly.

      Sincerely,

      Sylwia Kojtek

    • #69680
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      Sawyer Ge
      Moderator

      Hello Sylwia,

      We have responded to you in a separate email. Thanks!

      Sawyer

      +1

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