That doesn't sound right - If you post your stack I'm sure one of us with
more LTspice experience may be able to help. The LTspice Yahoo! group is
also an excellent resource for advice - the LTspice developers hang out
there and that's where the real knowledge is.
On Friday, 11 August
I am using an LM3478 library and a Wurth flex transformer library. I
suspect that is where the time is going. I have zipped up the .asc file and
the aformentioned libraries (though the Wurth ones were pulled out of the
LTSpice library folder, so they are in the wrong place!). Hmm, I guess I
I put a file (MyHVPS.zip in the temp folder of our google drive).
On Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 9:32:18 AM UTC-4, Paul Andrews wrote:
> I am using an LM3478 library and a Wurth flex transformer library. I
> suspect that is where the time is going. I have zipped up the .asc file and
HI - You LM3478 symbol pinout was wrong - you've got pins 5 - 8 flipped...
Its a slow deck for sure - I'll have a play with in in the next couple of
Also attached slightly reformatted schematic to compensate for change in
the ASY file.
Annoying that the PSPICE model from TI has a
On Tuesday, 8 August 2017 20:00:20 UTC+4, iavine wrote:
> Cheers for those Nick,
> got to love those 1970's PCBs. Very rounded and, er, blobby. They follow
> the illustration style of the time.
For those of us who are UK-based and of that era, "hoopy" is a word that
springs to mind
On Saturday, 12 August 2017 20:21:42 UTC+4, Nick wrote:
> LTspice XVII(x64) June 19 2017 version on Windows 10 Pro 64bit.
> I always run a very recent version
> Maybe the upload somehow corrupted the files I'll zip them.
You received this
I tried running this version, but the simulation window doesn't open and I
can't place probes on the circuit. I looked in the .asc file and fixed up
the path to the wurth model, but it made no difference. I have no idea how
to get that window back.
Also, the values of caps that were uF became
LTspice XVII(x64) June 19 2017 version on Windows 10 Pro 64bit.
I always run a very recent version
Maybe the upload somehow corrupted the files I'll zip them.
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In LTspice, if you go to *Tools -> Control Panel, *the select the *Netlist
Options* tab, in the* Style/Convention* area click the *Convert ...* tickbox
- that will make your capacitor values look ok - modern versions of LTspice
convert "u" in component values to the Greek letter mu (i.e.,
I will check when I get back to my computer.
> On Aug 12, 2017, at 11:15 PM, Nick wrote:
> In LTspice, if you go to Tools -> Control Panel, the select the Netlist
> Options tab, in the Style/Convention area click the Convert ... tickbox -
> that will make your
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