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#1 Feb 14, 2017
danbu
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Current direction

Hello,

I am new to PSpice.

I like to see the direction of currents. In the web there are picures showing this (minus or nothing befor value), but I couldn't find any option to get this done ?!

Help :-)

Dan

Wed, 2017-02-15 02:51
RobertoGb
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Hi,

It appears per default. You visualize the DC current clicking PSpice --> Bias Point --> Enable Bias Current Display or in the probe window with a current marker (PSpice --> Markers --> Currento into pin). take into account that current is measured from pin1 to pin 2.

Hope it helps.

Fri, 2020-01-24 00:21
Stellaennis
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Current direction which tell you more for direction. These directions are important because we do our work when all working is depend on these directions which are important for speedypaper review. These directions are must important and hope so you take it for you.

Mon, 2021-01-25 11:04
KaraPelosi
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Hi....I drive generally on D and it goes to S. At the point when I head toward Malaysia, where I have a smidgen more street to run, I do put the vehicle S yet it never return to D except if I mediate. The nearby Audi administration analyzer couldn't get the 'D' drive mode to change in any event, when he pushes the vehicle. That is the disappointment. I keep thinking about whether a product reset on the drive mode will tackle this ?

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