Rolf wrote:

> Ian,
> is it Protel99SE ? Yes

(Your IRF840 is named mq? what normally gives an "invalid
> character" error in 99SE)

I have renamed it mq1 - same result when trying to simulate. However, a
netlist CAN be successfully generated. The SPICE engine itself appears not
to be able to find the subciruit.

> If 99SE: Do you use the IRF840 from the Protel Schematic/Sim library ? It
> references to a subcircuit IRF840 in the Simulation Models.ddb which works
> fine for me.

I have used the IRF840 from the Protel Schematic/Sim library. The subcircuit
is present in the Simulation Models.ddb. However, when reading the help
files, it is indicated that there should be 28 subdirectories in the Sim
directory, and it is required to run some form of special library
installation. I cannot find this executable, and woner if it only aqpplies
to Protel 99. Does your SIM directory simply contain the Simulation
Models.ddb, or do you have discrete model folders?

Ian Rozowsky
Technical Director
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd.
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