I can't find a DPDT relay in Tina-TI Am I missing something or is the library very small? Is there a way to add this component and others to the library?
DPDT relays are not built into TINA-TI, but they are built into TINA Industrial. If you have a PSpice model for a DPDT realy, you can add it using the New Macro Wizard, located undet the Tools key. You can also cut and paste a DP open or a DP changeover relay from TINA industrial into your schematic. I have attached both in the .tsc file
I do not recall using a DPDT switch in any of the TINA-TI simulations that I have run. The emphasis on TINA-TI was to enable using TI products in appllcation circuits and most of our applications to not have many switches (other than transistors...). The component help section in TINA-TI has usage information for the two switches I have included.
Thanks Britt. The symbols are perfect. Now if I could just copy and paste them into my schematic, all would be well. However I'm having the same "Copy violation...0000 etc" error as many others who have commented previously and can't seem to resolve the problem. Is there a "Patch" available somewhere?
We are working to get that resolved. We hope to have the latest version up quickly. If you do not move your window at all (don't use the scroll bars when you open the .TSC), you can get the ctrl-C, crtl-V cut and paste to work. After you have pasted it, you can then move the schematic and continue as normal. This is very specific to .TSC files, however.
We were hoping to have an update on TI.com as soon as possible.
Done. Thanks again
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