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#1 Feb 11, 2019
charlie.moses
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PSPICE Library Listing (17.2)

I think I may be going thru the somewhat painful act of adding components which may already be in a library. I have found the library listing on the support website, but nowhere does it point to WHAT library a particular component is in, thereby causing me to have to guess and search. Is there any such index anywhere?

thanks

C. Moses

Tue, 2019-02-12 01:18
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Try using Place > PSpice Component > Search. Here you can search for part name and it will search all the libraries.

 

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Abhishek

Tue, 2019-02-12 07:40
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Thanks aashish, I will try that.

charlie.moses

Thu, 2019-02-14 09:01
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I tried the search it works well. Use asterisk for wildcard. Thanks again!

cm

Thu, 2019-02-14 18:54
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I've been using PSpice Lite (64-bit v17.2) on my laptop and noticed that there aren't any of the pdf manuals that used to be provided with earlier versions.  After a little searching I found this post on the forum.
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Mon, 2016-09-19 12:32 (Reply to #2)
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Hi Roberto,
thanks for your answer. I just reinstalled V16.6. The documentation folders are different to V17.2.
"C:\Cadence\SPB_16.6\doc\aaliblist\aaliblist.pdf" is the document I was looking for.
It contains a list of the AA models, showing if they have TOL or SMOKE-parameters defined.
 
"C:\Cadence\SPB_16.6\doc\lib_list\lib_list.pdf" is the PSpice Library List
I have no idea why these documents are not included in V17.2 any more...
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So, I downloaded and installed PSpice Lite (32-bit v16.6) on my 32-bit Win7 desktop.  Sure enough, all the pdf manuals were there including Advanced Analysis LibList (Release 16.2  2008) and PSpice LibList (Release 16.6  2013) in the directory paths Volker_D provided.
Mon, 2019-02-18 16:22
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Thanks retiredEE, was there any answer ever on why these folders and files are no longer in 17.2, I just checked and they are conspicuously absent.

cm

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