National Instruments 371889A-01 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    Electronics W orkbench TM Multicap 9 Schematic Capture User Guide TitleShort-Hidden (cross refe re[...]

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    Support Worldwide Technical Support and Product Info rmation ni.com National Instruments Corporate H[...]

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    Important Information Warranty The media on whi ch you receive National Instruments s oftware are [...]

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    Preface Congratulations on choosing Multicap 9 from Electronics W orkbench. W e are confident that [...]

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    Online Help Multicap 9 offers a full help file system to support your use of the product. Choose H[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide i 1. Installing Multicap 1.1 Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    ii Electronics Workbench 2. Multicap Tutorial 2.1 The Electronics Workbench Suite . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide iii 3.6 Customizing the Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    iv Electronics Workbench 4.6 Manually Adding a Junction (Connector) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide v 5.2 The Spreadsheet View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    vi Electronics Workbench 6.2.5 Adding a Hierarchical Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide vii 7.3 Types of Information Stored for Components . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    viii Electronics Workbench 8.7 Editing a Component ’ s Footprint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide ix Appendix A A.1 Multicap Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    x Electronics Workbench A.1.2.18 Edit/Font . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide xi A.1.5 Transfer Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    xii Electronics Workbench A.1.10 Help Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide 1-1 Chapter 1 Inst alling Multicap This chapter contains Multicap installatio[...]

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    Installing Multicap 1-2 Electronics Workbench 1.1 Inst allation Requirement s T o successfully ins[...]

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    Installation Overview Multicap 9 User Guide 1-3 1.2 Inst allation Overview Multicap 9 has three t[...]

  • Page 21

    Installing Multicap 1-4 Electronics Workbench 2. Copy the entire database folder to a location tha[...]

  • Page 22

    Installing Multicap 9 Multicap 9 User Guide 1-5 Electronics W orkbench recommends that you obtain y[...]

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    Installing Multicap 1-6 Electronics Workbench have the client software installed locally , and othe[...]

  • Page 24

    Installing Multicap 9 Multicap 9 User Guide 1-7 3. Insert the Multicap 9 CD into your CD-ROM drive.[...]

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    Installing Multicap 1-8 Electronics Workbench you have advanced knowledge of NTFS and share permiss[...]

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    Installing Multicap 9 Multicap 9 User Guide 1-9 10. Set the following permissions: All other opti[...]

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    Installing Multicap 1-10 Electronics Workbench 1.3.5 Changing Server Name and/or Port Number Af te[...]

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    Network License Server Multicap 9 User Guide 1-1 1 7. When network seats are being used, the dialog[...]

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    Installing Multicap 1-12 Electronics Workbench Authorized and A vailable Seats 1.4.3 Reviewing Li[...]

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    Network License Server Multicap 9 User Guide 1-13 If either the server machine or client machine ha[...]

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    Installing Multicap 1-14 Electronics Workbench 1.5 Support and Upgrade The Support and Upgrade pr[...]

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    Support and Upgrade Multicap 9 User Guide 1-15 Inst alling all Updates  T o install all availabl[...]

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    Installing Multicap 1-16 Electronics Workbench (For instructions on what to do if there are availab[...]

  • Page 34

    Uninstalling a Site Version Multicap 9 User Guide 1-17 1.8 Uninst alling a Site V ersion 1.8.1 U[...]

  • Page 35

    Installing Multicap 1-18 Electronics Workbench 1.9 Uninst alling NLS  T o uninstall NLS: 1. C[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide 2-1 Chapter 2 Multicap T utorial This chapter contains a tutorial that introd[...]

  • Page 37

    Multicap Tutorial 2-2 Electronics Workbench co-simulation to Multisim. Depending on your tier of Mu[...]

  • Page 38

    Multicap 9 Tutorial Multicap 9 User Guide 2-3 2.2.1 Schematic Capture In this section, you will p[...]

  • Page 39

    Multicap Tutorial 2-4 Electronics Workbench Y ou can import legacy OrCAD ® or PSpice ® files by[...]

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    Multicap 9 Tutorial Multicap 9 User Guide 2-5 4. Place the remaining components in the Digital Coun[...]

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    Multicap Tutorial 2-6 Electronics Workbench 6. Place the parts in the Analog Amplifier section as s[...]

  • Page 42

    Multicap 9 Tutorial Multicap 9 User Guide 2-7 Y ou can wire the circuit that you placed on the work[...]

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    Multicap Tutorial 2-8 Electronics Workbench 5. W ire the Counter Control section as shown below . S[...]

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    Multicap 9 Tutorial Multicap 9 User Guide 2-9 9. Finish wiring the circuit as shown below . Report[...]

  • Page 45

    Multicap Tutorial 2-10 Electronics Workbench  T o create a BOM for your circuit: 1. Click th[...]

  • Page 46

    Multicap 9 User Guide 3-1 Chapter 3 User Interface This chapter explains the basic operation of the[...]

  • Page 47

    User Interface 3-2 Electronics Workbench Setting Schematic Capture Preferences Using the Preference[...]

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    Introduction to the Multicap Interface Multicap 9 User Guide 3-3 3.1 Introduction to the Multicap [...]

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    User Interface 3-4 Electronics Workbench The S tandard toolbar contains buttons for commonly-perf[...]

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    Toolbars Multicap 9 User Guide 3-5 3.2.1 S t andard T oolbar The St a n d a r d toolbar contain[...]

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    User Interface 3-6 Electronics Workbench 3.2.2 Main T oolbar The buttons in the Main toolbar are[...]

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    Toolbars Multicap 9 User Guide 3-7 3.2.3 V iew T oolbar The buttons in the Vi e w toolbar are d[...]

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    User Interface 3-8 Electronics Workbench 3.2.4 Component s T oolbar The buttons in the Component [...]

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    Toolbars Multicap 9 User Guide 3-9 3.2.5 V irtual T oolbar Use the Vi r t ua l toolbar to place [...]

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    User Interface 3-10 Electronics Workbench 3.2.6 Graphic Annot ation T oolbar The buttons in the G[...]

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    Using the Pop-up Menus Multicap 9 User Guide 3-1 1 3.3.1 Pop-up From Circuit Window , with no Comp[...]

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    User Interface 3-12 Electronics Workbench Place Schematic - Replace by Subcircuit Replaces the se[...]

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    Using the Pop-up Menus Multicap 9 User Guide 3-13 3.3.2 Pop-up From a Selected Component If you ri[...]

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    User Interface 3-14 Electronics Workbench 90 Clockwise Rotates the selection 90 degrees clockwise.[...]

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    Using the Pop-up Menus Multicap 9 User Guide 3-15 3.3.3 Pop-up From a Selected Wire If you right-[...]

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    User Interface 3-16 Electronics Workbench 3.3.5 Pop-up From a T itle Block If you right-click on [...]

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    Using the Pop-up Menus Multicap 9 User Guide 3-17 3.3.6 Pop-up from a Comment If you right-click [...]

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    User Interface 3-18 Electronics Workbench 3.4 Setting Schematic Capture Preferences Y ou can cust[...]

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    Setting Schematic Capture Preferences Multicap 9 User Guide 3-19 3.4.1.1 Preferences - Paths T ab [...]

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    User Interface 3-20 Electronics Workbench 3.4.1.2 Preferences - Save T ab The options in this tab[...]

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    Setting Schematic Capture Preferences Multicap 9 User Guide 3-21 3.4.1.3 Preferences - Part s T ab[...]

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    User Interface 3-22 Electronics Workbench 2. In the Symbol S tandard box: • Select the symbol s[...]

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    Setting Schematic Capture Preferences Multicap 9 User Guide 3-23 3.4.2 Using the Sheet Properties [...]

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    User Interface 3-24 Electronics Workbench 3.4.2.1 Sheet Properties - Circuit T ab The options on [...]

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    Setting Schematic Capture Preferences Multicap 9 User Guide 3-25 2. In the Net Names box, select h[...]

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    User Interface 3-26 Electronics Workbench 3.4.2.2 Sheet Properties - W orksp ace T ab The options[...]

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    Setting Schematic Capture Preferences Multicap 9 User Guide 3-27 3.4.2.3 Sheet Properties - Wiring[...]

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    User Interface 3-28 Electronics Workbench 3.4.2.4 Sheet Properties - Font T ab Use this tab to s[...]

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    Setting Schematic Capture Preferences Multicap 9 User Guide 3-29  T o change the font for any te[...]

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    User Interface 3-30 Electronics Workbench 3.4.2.5 Sheet Properties - PCB T ab This tab is used to[...]

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    Setting Schematic Capture Preferences Multicap 9 User Guide 3-31 3.4.2.6 Sheet Properties - Visibi[...]

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    User Interface 3-32 Electronics Workbench 3.5 Design T oolbox The Design T oolbox is used to mana[...]

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    Design Toolbox Multicap 9 User Guide 3-33 • Pin Name — this layer contains the pin names, for[...]

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    User Interface 3-34 Electronics Workbench Pop-up Menus  T o view context-sensitive menus in the [...]

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    Customizing the Interface Multicap 9 User Guide 3-35 3.6 Customizing the Interface The Multicap u[...]

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    User Interface 3-36 Electronics Workbench 3.6.1 Commands t ab The Commands tab in the Customize [...]

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    Customizing the Interface Multicap 9 User Guide 3-37 3.6.2 T oolbars t ab The To o l b a r s ta[...]

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    User Interface 3-38 Electronics Workbench 3.6.3 Keyboard t ab The Keyboard tab is used to set up [...]

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    Customizing the Interface Multicap 9 User Guide 3-39 3.6.4 Menu t ab The Menu tab is used to mod[...]

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    User Interface 3-40 Electronics Workbench 3.6.5 Options t ab The Options tab in the Customize d[...]

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    Customizing the Interface Multicap 9 User Guide 3-41 3. When you select Button Appearance , the But[...]

  • Page 87

    Multicap 9 User Guide 4-1 Chapter 4 Schematic Capture - Basics This chapter describes the basic fun[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-2 Electronics Workbench Wiring Component s Wiring Components Automatic[...]

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    Introduction to Schematic Capture Multicap 9 User Guide 4-3 4.1 Introduction to Schematic Capture [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-4 Electronics Workbench 4.4 Placing Component s The component browse[...]

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    Placing Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-5 Note The Select a Component browser is also referred [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-6 Electronics Workbench 4. T o confirm that this is the component you [...]

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    Placing Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-7 Tip Some components, like resistors and capacitors wil[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-8 Electronics Workbench  T o place a multi-section part: 1. Select[...]

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    Placing Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-9 4.4.1.2 Rot ating/flipping a part during placement ?[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-10 Electronics Workbench Note For details on the various toolbars that[...]

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    Placing Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-1 1 V oltage Source Delta; 3 Phase V oltage Source W ye;[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-12 Electronics Workbench The buttons (from left to right) in the T ran[...]

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    Placing Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-13 4.4.3 Using the In Use List Each time you place a c[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-14 Electronics Workbench 2. Release the mouse. Tip Y ou can select in[...]

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    Placing Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-15  T o move a component by dragging: 1. Click and h[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-16 Electronics Workbench 2. Drag the component to the desired location[...]

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    Placing Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-17 3. The cursor shows a “ ghosted ” version of the[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-18 Electronics Workbench 4.4.8 Controlling Component Color The defau[...]

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    Wiring Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-19 corresponds to analog ground. GND is a digital ground [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-20 Electronics Workbench Note When wiring a component with multiple se[...]

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    Wiring Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-21  Refer to the steps in the following example to aut[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-22 Electronics Workbench  Similarly , follow the steps in the examp[...]

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    Wiring Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-23 By default, Multicap “ skips over ” (avoids) comp[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-24 Electronics Workbench If you attempt to connect a wire to a pin wit[...]

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    Wiring Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-25  T o place an NC marker on a component ’ s pin v[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-26 Electronics Workbench 4.5.5 Placing Wires Directly Onto W orksp ac[...]

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    Wiring Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-27 4.5.7 Modifying the Wire Path  T o alter the shap[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-28 Electronics Workbench 4.5.9 Moving a Wire  T o disconnect a wi[...]

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    Manually Adding a Junction (Connector) Multicap 9 User Guide 4-29 Note Y ou should exercise caution[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-30 Electronics Workbench  T o make a connection from a placed junct[...]

  • Page 117

    Rotating/Flipping Placed Components Multicap 9 User Guide 4-31 2. From the pop-up menu that appears[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-32 Electronics Workbench 4.8 Finding Component s in Y our Circuit ?[...]

  • Page 119

    Labeling Multicap 9 User Guide 4-33 5. Optionally , select one or both of the following checkboxes [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-34 Electronics Workbench • Circuit Description Box on page 4-47 •[...]

  • Page 121

    Labeling Multicap 9 User Guide 4-35 4.9.2 Modifying Net Names Multicap automatically assigns a ne[...]

  • Page 122

    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-36 Electronics Workbench 4.9.3 Adding a T itle Block A powerful titl[...]

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    Labeling Multicap 9 User Guide 4-37 3. Y ou can also move the placed title block by right-clicking [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-38 Electronics Workbench Field Description T itle T itle of the cir[...]

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    Labeling Multicap 9 User Guide 4-39 Caution The width of a field as displayed in the Title Block [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-40 Electronics Workbench 4. Click elsewhere on the circuit window to s[...]

  • Page 127

    Labeling Multicap 9 User Guide 4-41  T o enter text in the placed comment: 1. Double-click on t[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-42 Electronics Workbench 5. Optionally , click on the Font tab to cha[...]

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    Labeling Multicap 9 User Guide 4-43  T o display a hidden comment, right-click on the desired Co[...]

  • Page 130

    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-44 Electronics Workbench  T o add a graphic element: 1. If the Gra[...]

  • Page 131

    Labeling Multicap 9 User Guide 4-45  T o change the size of placed graphic components, select th[...]

  • Page 132

    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-46 Electronics Workbench  T o copy a section of your screen to the [...]

  • Page 133

    Circuit Description Box Multicap 9 User Guide 4-47 4. Click on the copy button at the top left cor[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-48 Electronics Workbench page 4-50 for details. • Insert Object Dia[...]

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    Circuit Description Box Multicap 9 User Guide 4-49 margin. 4. In the Alignment drop-down list, se[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-50 Electronics Workbench 3. Select Insert/Date and Time to display th[...]

  • Page 137

    Circuit Description Box Multicap 9 User Guide 4-51  T o insert an object: 1. Open the Edit Desc[...]

  • Page 138

    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-52 Electronics Workbench 4.1 1 Linking a Form to a Circuit Y ou can u[...]

  • Page 139

    Linking a Form to a Circuit Multicap 9 User Guide 4-53 • Tr u e / F a l s e — a statement is[...]

  • Page 140

    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-54 Electronics Workbench 4. As you proceed, the question types appear [...]

  • Page 141

    Linking a Form to a Circuit Multicap 9 User Guide 4-55 2. Click Options in the Categories area an[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Basics 4-56 Electronics Workbench 4.12 Printing the Circuit Multicap allows y[...]

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    Printing the Circuit Multicap 9 User Guide 4-57 3. Click OK to set the printing environment for th[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide 5-1 Chapter 5 Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions This chapter describes t[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-2 Electronics Workbench 5.1 Placed Component Properties [...]

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    Placed Component Properties Multicap 9 User Guide 5-3 2. Click the Display tab. 3. Disable Use Sc[...]

  • Page 147

    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-4 Electronics Workbench simulated in Multicap, they will g[...]

  • Page 148

    Placed Component Properties Multicap 9 User Guide 5-5  T o edit the component in the database: [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-6 Electronics Workbench 3. T o cancel your settings, click[...]

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    The Spreadsheet View Multicap 9 User Guide 5-7 5.2 The S preadsheet View The Spreadsheet V iew al[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-8 Electronics Workbench 5.2.2 S preadsheet V iew Net s T [...]

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    The Spreadsheet View Multicap 9 User Guide 5-9 5.2.3 S preadsheet V i ew Component s T ab Net Gro[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-10 Electronics Workbench Description The component ’ s [...]

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    The Spreadsheet View Multicap 9 User Guide 5-1 1 VCC Supply voltage. If not blank, indicates that [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-12 Electronics Workbench 5.2.4 S preadsheet V iew PCB Lay[...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-13 5.3 T itle Block Editor The Title Block Editor is [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-14 Electronics Workbench The Title Block Editor consists [...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-15 4. Select File/Exit and click Ye s when prompted t[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-16 Electronics Workbench 5.3.2 Placing Fields Fields are[...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-17 3. Click OK , move the cursor to the desired location[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-18 Electronics Workbench 5.3.2.1 Field Codes The availab[...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-19 5.3.3 T itle Block Editor S preadsheet V iew The Sp[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-20 Electronics Workbench Note If objects are grouped using[...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-21 5.3.4.2 Edit Menu The following selections are avai[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-22 Electronics Workbench 5.3.4.3 View Menu The following[...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-23 5.3.4.4 Fields Menu Fields are placeholders for tex[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-24 Electronics Workbench 5.3.4.5 Graphics Menu The follo[...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-25 5.3.4.6 T ools Menu The following selection is avai[...]

  • Page 169

    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-26 Electronics Workbench 5.3.4.7 Help Menu The following[...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-27 5.3.5 T oolbars The toolbars give access to the mos[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-28 Electronics Workbench 5.3.5.2 Zoom T oolbar The butto[...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-29 5.3.5.3 Draw T ools T oolbar The buttons in the Dra[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-30 Electronics Workbench 5.3.5.4 Drawing T oolbar The bu[...]

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    Title Block Editor Multicap 9 User Guide 5-31 Snap T o Grid button. Snaps the selected element(s) t[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-32 Electronics Workbench 5.4 Electrical Rules Checking E[...]

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    Electrical Rules Checking Multicap 9 User Guide 5-33 Result Pane If you select Result Pane to dis[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-34 Electronics Workbench List View If you select List V i[...]

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    Electrical Rules Checking Multicap 9 User Guide 5-35 5.4.1 ERC Options T ab This section describe[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-36 Electronics Workbench • Check T ouched Pages — is[...]

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    Electrical Rules Checking Multicap 9 User Guide 5-37 5.4.2 ERC Rules T ab This section describes [...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-38 Electronics Workbench 3. Set the desired warning or err[...]

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    Electrical Rules Checking Multicap 9 User Guide 5-39 The following explains the warning and error l[...]

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    Schematic Capture - Advanced Functions 5-40 Electronics Workbench  T o set up which pins in a co[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide 6-1 Chapter 6 W orking with Larger Designs Some of the features described in[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-2 Electronics Workbench 6.1 Flat Multi-sheet Design In many instanc[...]

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    Hierarchical Design Multicap 9 User Guide 6-3 6.1.1 Delete Multi-p age Dialog Box  T o delete [...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-4 Electronics Workbench 6.2.1 Nested Circuit s When a circuit file [...]

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    Hierarchical Design Multicap 9 User Guide 6-5 The assignment of RefDes to part is stored with the t[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-6 Electronics Workbench reach the circuit instance. In the diagram be[...]

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    Hierarchical Design Multicap 9 User Guide 6-7 net is renamed to be a top-level net, and joins any o[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-8 Electronics Workbench 7. W ire the hierarchical block into the circ[...]

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    Hierarchical Design Multicap 9 User Guide 6-9 Note If you have already placed instances of the hier[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-10 Electronics Workbench The subcircuit appears in the desired locati[...]

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    Renaming Component Instances Multicap 9 User Guide 6-1 1 6.2.6.1 Replacing Component s with a SC [...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-12 Electronics Workbench component ’ s reference designator (RefDe[...]

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    Renaming Component Instances Multicap 9 User Guide 6-13 6.3.1 Reference Designator Prefix Setup Di[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-14 Electronics Workbench  T o set up renaming parameters: 1. Clic[...]

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    Renaming Component Instances Multicap 9 User Guide 6-15 4. Enter the starting number for each RefDe[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-16 Electronics Workbench 7. Click OK to accept the changes. 6.4 B[...]

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    Buses Multicap 9 User Guide 6-17 Net mode is a more traditional way of using buses in schematic cap[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-18 Electronics Workbench of a nested circuit may in general be connec[...]

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    Buses Multicap 9 User Guide 6-19 6.4.1.1 Placing a bus across Multi-p ages  T o place the same[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-20 Electronics Workbench 5. Select Place/Connectors/Bus HB/SC Connect[...]

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    Buses Multicap 9 User Guide 6-21 8. In the Bus box on the right, select the buslines on the main p[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-22 Electronics Workbench  T o add buslines to a bus: 1. Double-cl[...]

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    Buses Multicap 9 User Guide 6-23 4. Click OK . The Add Buslines dialog box disappears, and the Bus[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-24 Electronics Workbench 6.4.3 Merging Buses  T o merge two buse[...]

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    Buses Multicap 9 User Guide 6-25 Note Y ou can also access the Bus Merge dialog box by double-clic[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-26 Electronics Workbench Note After wiring, you can re-name the net, [...]

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    Buses Multicap 9 User Guide 6-27 Bus Resizing  T o resize a bus: 1. Click on the bus and drag [...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-28 Electronics Workbench 3. Click once on the component to select it [...]

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    Buses Multicap 9 User Guide 6-29 6. Click on the activated down-arrow button to move the selected p[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-30 Electronics Workbench 8. In the Buslines field, select the buslin[...]

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    Buses Multicap 9 User Guide 6-31 In Net bus wiring mode  T o connect a device to a bus in Net b[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-32 Electronics Workbench 5. Highlight the pins that you wish to attac[...]

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    Buses Multicap 9 User Guide 6-33 7. In the Bus box, select the bus you wish to connect to from the[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-34 Electronics Workbench 9. Click OK . The connections to the bus are[...]

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    Variants Multicap 9 User Guide 6-35 3. Highlight the circuit in the hierarchy that is displayed in [...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-36 Electronics Workbench 8. Enter the name for the new variant (in th[...]

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    Variants Multicap 9 User Guide 6-37  T o remove components that are not in any of the variants: [...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-38 Electronics Workbench 2. Add a 220 V , 50 Hz power supply to the c[...]

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    Variants Multicap 9 User Guide 6-39  T o assign components to variants: 1. Open the desired cir[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-40 Electronics Workbench 3. Highlight the line that contains “ NA ?[...]

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    Variants Multicap 9 User Guide 6-41 7. Click OK to close the component ’ s properties dialog bo[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-42 Electronics Workbench  T o exclude a component from future vari[...]

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    Variants Multicap 9 User Guide 6-43 6.5.2.2 Assigning V ariant St atus to Nested Circuits The act[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-44 Electronics Workbench Note Y ou can also assign the variant status[...]

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    Variants Multicap 9 User Guide 6-45 2. Click on the “ + ” beside the Va r i a n t s folder to[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-46 Electronics Workbench When EU is the active variant, the circuit a[...]

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    Project Management and Version Control Multicap 9 User Guide 6-47 6.6 Project Management and V ers[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-48 Electronics Workbench 6.6.1 Setting up Project s  T o create [...]

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    Project Management and Version Control Multicap 9 User Guide 6-49 3. The file is added to the proje[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-50 Electronics Workbench 1. Double-click on a circuit file in the pro[...]

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    Project Management and Version Control Multicap 9 User Guide 6-51  T o see information on a file[...]

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    Working with Larger Designs 6-52 Electronics Workbench  T o restore a backed up project folder: [...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide 7-1 Chapter 7 Component s This chapter introduces you to the underlying struc[...]

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    Components 7-2 Electronics Workbench 7.1 S tructure of the Component Dat a base The Multicap comp[...]

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    Structure of the Component Database Multicap 9 User Guide 7-3 • the Corporate Database stores c[...]

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    Components 7-4 Electronics Workbench 7.2 Locating Component s in the Dat abase Y ou can locate co[...]

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    Locating Components in the Database Multicap 9 User Guide 7-5 3. Optionally , click More>> t[...]

  • Page 241

    Components 7-6 Electronics Workbench a list of all the components that matched your criteria. For e[...]

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    Types of Information Stored for Components Multicap 9 User Guide 7-7 7.3.1 Pre-Defined Fields For[...]

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    Components 7-8 Electronics Workbench 7.4 Managing the Dat abase The Database Manager dialog box [...]

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    Managing the Database Multicap 9 User Guide 7-9 7.4.1 Filtering Displayed Component s  T o fil[...]

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    Components 7-10 Electronics Workbench 7.4.2 Managing Families  T o add a component family to t[...]

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    Managing the Database Multicap 9 User Guide 7-1 1  T o delete a component family from the User D[...]

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    Components 7-12 Electronics Workbench 7.4.4 Deleting Component s  T o delete an existing compo[...]

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    Managing the Database Multicap 9 User Guide 7-13 4. Select the components that you wish to delete. [...]

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    Components 7-14 Electronics Workbench 4. Select the components that you wish to copy . 5. Click Co[...]

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    Managing the Database Multicap 9 User Guide 7-15 7.4.6 Saving Placed Component s If you have made[...]

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    Components 7-16 Electronics Workbench 3. Select the components that you wish to move. 4. Click Mov[...]

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    Converting 2001 or V7 Databases Multicap 9 User Guide 7-17 7.5 Converting 2001 or V7 Dat abases I[...]

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    Components 7-18 Electronics Workbench 7. Select the desired option and click OK . The database is c[...]

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    Merging Databases Multicap 9 User Guide 7-19 3. Select the components to update as indicated in the[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide 8-1 Chapter 8 Component Editing This chapter explains how to create, edit, co[...]

  • Page 256

    Component Editing 8-2 Electronics Workbench 8.1 Introduction to Component Editing Y ou can edit c[...]

  • Page 257

    Adding Components with the Component Wizard Multicap 9 User Guide 8-3 Tip Y ou can also edit compon[...]

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    Component Editing 8-4 Electronics Workbench 2. Click Next . Step 2 of the wizard appears. 3. Clic[...]

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    Adding Components with the Component Wizard Multicap 9 User Guide 8-5 Note If you do not wish to as[...]

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    Component Editing 8-6 Electronics Workbench 6. Click Next . Step 3 of the wizard appears. • The[...]

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    Adding Components with the Component Wizard Multicap 9 User Guide 8-7 7. Click Next . The following[...]

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    Component Editing 8-8 Electronics Workbench The symbol and footprint pins must accurately map in or[...]

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    Adding Components with the Component Wizard Multicap 9 User Guide 8-9 8.2.1 Using an Existing Symb[...]

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    Component Editing 8-10 Electronics Workbench 3. In step 2 of the component wizard, enter the desire[...]

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    Editing Components Multicap 9 User Guide 8-1 1 2. Select the Component tab if it is not selected. [...]

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    Component Editing 8-12 Electronics Workbench Y ou are prompted to specify the location where you wa[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-13 8.5 Editing a Component ’ s Symbol[...]

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    Component Editing 8-14 Electronics Workbench 8.5.1 Copying a Component ’ s Symbol  T o cop[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-15 8.5.1.1 Using “ Copy T o... ” [...]

  • Page 270

    Component Editing 8-16 Electronics Workbench The Symbol Editor looks like this: The Symbol Editor[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-17 8.5.2.1 Symbol Editor Spreadsheet V i[...]

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    Component Editing 8-18 Electronics Workbench See also “ Pins ” on page 8-20. Column Descrip[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-19 Draw Layer T ab Note If objects are g[...]

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    Component Editing 8-20 Electronics Workbench 8.5.2.2 Working with the Symbol Editor T o use the S[...]

  • Page 275

    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-21  T o add a pin to a symbol: 1. Cli[...]

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    Component Editing 8-22 Electronics Workbench Default Pin Options Dialog Box For details on the Pi[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-23 Pin Array Options Dialog Box  T o [...]

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    Component Editing 8-24 Electronics Workbench 8.5.2.3 Enter T ext Dialog Box This dialog box is a[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-25 In the In-Place Edit Mode , you can ch[...]

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    Component Editing 8-26 Electronics Workbench Edit Menu The following selections are available unde[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-27 View Menu The following selections ar[...]

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    Component Editing 8-28 Electronics Workbench Pins Menu The following selections are available unde[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-29 Graphics Menu The following selection[...]

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    Component Editing 8-30 Electronics Workbench Layout Menu T o align two or more graphic elements, u[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-31 Pop-up Menus Depending on where you r[...]

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    Component Editing 8-32 Electronics Workbench Zoom T oolbar Copy As Picture button. Copies the symb[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-33 Draw T ools T oolbar The buttons in t[...]

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    Component Editing 8-34 Electronics Workbench Place Pin T oolbar The buttons on the Place Pin T ool[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Symbol Multicap 9 User Guide 8-35 Note For details on pin types, see “[...]

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    Component Editing 8-36 Electronics Workbench Bring T o Front button. Brings selected element(s) to [...]

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    Editing a Component Pin Model Multicap 9 User Guide 8-37 8.6 Editing a Component Pin Model The P[...]

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    Component Editing 8-38 Electronics Workbench 8.7 Editing a Component ’ s Footprint The Footpr[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Footprint Multicap 9 User Guide 8-39 8.7.1 Select a Footprint dialog bo[...]

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    Component Editing 8-40 Electronics Workbench 4. Click OK . The footprint is copied to the database[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Footprint Multicap 9 User Guide 8-41 2. Click Add . The dialog box chang[...]

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    Component Editing 8-42 Electronics Workbench 4. Click OK . The Filter dialog box closes and the Se[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Footprint Multicap 9 User Guide 8-43 7. Click OK to return to the Selec[...]

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    Component Editing 8-44 Electronics Workbench 8.7.2 Add a Footprint dialog box  T o add a footp[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Footprint Multicap 9 User Guide 8-45 As you change the values in the abo[...]

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    Component Editing 8-46 Electronics Workbench This example shows the pin mapping for an LM3301N, Qua[...]

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    Editing a Component ’ s Footprint Multicap 9 User Guide 8-47 Mapping Pins The following example[...]

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    Component Editing 8-48 Electronics Workbench  T o use the Copy Up and Copy Down buttons: 1. [...]

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    Editing User Fields Multicap 9 User Guide 8-49 8.8 Editing User Fields User fields can be used fo[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide 9-1 Chapter 9 Report s This chapter details the various reports that are avai[...]

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    Reports 9-2 Electronics Workbench 9.1 Bill of Materials A Bill of Materials (BOM) lists the compo[...]

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    Bill of Materials Multicap 9 User Guide 9-3 9.1.1 Using the BOM Report  T o create a Bill of M[...]

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    Reports 9-4 Electronics Workbench • Show Real Components button — click to return to the Bill[...]

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    Component Detail Report Multicap 9 User Guide 9-5 9.2 Component Det ail Report Y ou can produce a[...]

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    Reports 9-6 Electronics Workbench 4. Scroll through the information as necessary using the scrollba[...]

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    Netlist Report Multicap 9 User Guide 9-7 9.3.1 Using the Netlist Report  T o produce a netlist[...]

  • Page 311

    Reports 9-8 Electronics Workbench 9.4 Schematic S t atistics Report The Schematic S tatistics Rep[...]

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    Spare Gates Report Multicap 9 User Guide 9-9 9.4.1 Using the Schematic S t atistics Report  T [...]

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    Reports 9-10 Electronics Workbench 9.5.1 Using the S p are Gates Report  T o produce a Spare G[...]

  • Page 314

    Cross Reference Report Multicap 9 User Guide 9-1 1 9.6 Cross Reference Report The Cross Refer enc[...]

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    Reports 9-12 Electronics Workbench • Print Preview — click to display a Print Preview dialog b[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide 10-1 Chapter 10 T ransfer/Communication This chapter explains how to use Mult[...]

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    Transfer/Communication 10-2 Electronics Workbench track of power and ground nets, and constrain the[...]

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    Exporting to PCB layout Multicap 9 User Guide 10-3 10.1.1 T ransferring from Multicap to Ultiboard[...]

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    Transfer/Communication 10-4 Electronics Workbench 10.1.3 Multisection Component s Multisection co[...]

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    Importing Files with Other Formats Multicap 9 User Guide 10-5 10.4 Importing Files with Other Form[...]

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    Transfer/Communication 10-6 Electronics Workbench 4. Select the desired options in the Save to Data[...]

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    Internet Design Sharing Multicap 9 User Guide 10-7 Once you have established a connection with anot[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide A-1 Appendix A This section contains brief descriptions for the commands in t[...]

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    A-2 Electronics Workbench A.1.1.2 File/Open Opens a previously created circuit file or netlist. D[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-3 A.1.1.9 File/New Project Creates a new project for group[...]

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    A-4 Electronics Workbench Note If you change the page orientation using the Page Circuit Setup dia[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-5 A.1.2.5 Edit/Paste Places the contents of the clipboard.[...]

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    A-6 Electronics Workbench A.1.2.1 1 Edit/Graphic Annotation Shows various graphic annotation optio[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-7 Edit/Title Block Position/T itle Block Bottom Right Place[...]

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    A-8 Electronics Workbench A.1.2.19 Edit/Comment Use to edit the contents of a selected comment. Se[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-9 A.1.3.6 View/Zoom Fit to Page Lets you display your enti[...]

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    A-10 Electronics Workbench View/T oolbars/St andard Select/deselect to show/hide the St a nd a r d[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-1 1 View/T oolbars/Component s Select/deselect to show/hide[...]

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    A-12 Electronics Workbench A.1.4.2 Place/Junction Places a junction where you click. For details,[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-13 A.1.4.8 Place/Replace by Hierarchical Block Replaces t[...]

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    A-14 Electronics Workbench Place/Graphics/Line Places a straight line on your workspace. For detai[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-15 A.1.5 T ransfer Menu A.1.5.1 T ransfer/T ransfer to U[...]

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    A-16 Electronics Workbench A.1.6.2 T ools/Dat abase T ools/Database/Dat abase Manager Lets you a[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-17 A.1.6.7 T ools/Up date Circuit Component s If you open [...]

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    A-18 Electronics Workbench A.1.6.15 T ools/Internet Design Sharing Use to communicate and share de[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-19 A.1.8 Options Menu A.1.8.1 Options/Global Preferences [...]

  • Page 342

    A-20 Electronics Workbench A.1.9.5 Window/Close All Closes all open files. A.1.9.6 Window/Windo[...]

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    Multicap Menus Multicap 9 User Guide A-21 A.1.10.6 Help/About Multicap Displays information on the[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide i A Add a Footprint dialog 8-44 Add Buslines dialog box 6-22 Add Variant [...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide iii locking and unlocking 6-50 opening with project 6-49 removing from p[...]

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    iv Electronics Workbench using 9-7 Netmeeting 10-6 nets, assigning labels 4-35 Network Licens[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide v replacing components with a subcircuit 6-11 reports Bill of Materials 9-[...]

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    vi Electronics Workbench system toolbar 3-5 T Tabs dialog 4-49 the 1-16 Title Block adding 4[...]

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    Multicap 9 User Guide vii directly onto workspace 4-26 manual 4-22 properties 4-26 setting o[...]

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