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Someone Electro

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Are there any free electronic simulators out there?

It can be a Demo as long it has:
-No simulation limitations
-It can have the save and print disabeld or a expire date
 

crust

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There are a couple different versions of spice that are available for free. The berkely spice works well. I use one called ng-spice (or something like that) that works well.
 

Sherif Welsen

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Someone Electro said:
Are there any free electronic simulators out there?

It can be a Demo as long it has:
-No simulation limitations
-It can have the save and print disabeld or a expire date
Try this S/W, Circuit Maker 6.0, student edition.
You may use google to search about it.
 

Someone Electro

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Weel i like the "Circuit Maker 6".

The "Multisim" from Electronic Workbench is realy for profesionals(thats what im not)(its streangly low limited)
 

Sherif Welsen

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Someone Electro said:
Weel i like the "Circuit Maker 6"...
You are welcom, :wink: anytime.
 

Sankt-Seibel

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hi,
i'm really sorry, i've spend the last hour trying to send you the programs, but it didn't work. firemail made a problem, and i also couldn't add the *.zip as an attachement in here (think it's too big).
just look out for 'locad for windows' and 'crocodile clips' @ kazaa .
sankt-seibel
 

Someone Electro

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I codunt find that LOCAD! :?

And i curently use crocodile tehnology!


PS:

I found how to save circuits in the "Circuit Maker 6 student edition"!!!

Wean it asks you to save the circuit becose it has ben modified just click yes AND THE SUCER SAVES!!! :twisted:
 

Roff

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kinjalgp said:
Try B2Spice. www.beigbag.com
Lite version is free and has many parts in its library.

or TinaPro Lite
ww.tina.com
That should be www.beigebag.com

As a general principle, when you post a URL, you should test it by previewing and clicking on the link to be certain that what you have posted actually works.
 

kinjalgp

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I was testing that and in the mean time you posted the currected link :)
 

Roff

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kinjalgp said:
I was testing that and in the mean time you posted the currected link :)
Sorry - no offense intended. The advice still stands for posters in general.
 

Agent 009

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You could try Orcad's Capture Lite. NO LIMITATIONS in terms of simulation or whatever. I dunno from where you could get it, but I have it because of my textbook: it was inside it...
 
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