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Features
 The library provides documentation for annotation components.
General Description
The Annotation Component library provides a way for you to mix external and internal
components on the same schematic. This makes it possible to improve documentation and
better understand the internal schematic and entire design. The components in this library cover
the most common components that are most likely to be placed on the periphery of a PSoC
device. These components consist of resistors, capacitors, transistors, inductors, switches, and
others. The library is not intended to supply every possible part, but should support a wide range
of designs. You can easily create your own part or parts library if your design includes a custom
or unique component.
The following sections describe implementation details for each annotation component.
Battery
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Battery component are:
Pos – Positive battery terminal
Neg – Negative battery terminal
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Component Parameters
Drag a Battery component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Voltage
The Voltage parameter is displayed on the schematic next to the component. It will also be used
for the SPICE template when that template is supported. Default Voltage value is 6V.
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Bridge Rectifier
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Bridge Rectifier component are:
P – Positive output of the rectifier
N – Negative output of the rectifier
AC1 – AC input
AC2 – AC input
Component Parameters
Drag a Bridge Rectifier component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
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Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
SPICE_Model
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported. The default
string is D.
Capacitor
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Capacitor component are:
T1 – Capacitor terminal (positive if polarized)
T2 – Capacitor terminal (negative if polarized)
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Component Parameters
Drag a Capacitor component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Capacitance
This parameter sets the capacitance of the capacitor. Default capacitance value is 0.1uF.
Capacitor_Type
This parameter sets the type of the capacitor: Polarized or Non-Polarized. The default capacitor
type is Non-Polarized.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
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Connector20
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Connector20 component are:
T1 to T20 – Connector pins, up to 20
Component Parameters
Drag a Connector20 component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
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Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Pin_Count
This parameter sets the number of available pins in the connector. This count can vary from 1 to
20. The default pin count is 5.
Crystal
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Crystal component are:
T1 – Crystal terminal 1
T2 – Crystal terminal 2
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Component Parameters
Drag a Crystal component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Value
This parameter sets the frequency of the crystal. Default frequency is 10MHz.
Diode
Symbol Shape
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Terminals
The terminals of the Diode component are:
A – Anode terminal
K – Cathode terminal
Component Parameters
Drag a Diode component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
SPICE_Model
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported. The default
string is D.
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ExtComp
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Comparator component are:
P – Noninverting input
N – Inverting input
O – Comparator output
VP – Positive supply
VN – Negative supply
Component Parameters
Drag a Comparator component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
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Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Show_Power_Pins
This parameter is used to show power pins in the comparator. Setting this parameter to true
shows the power pins. The default is false.
ExtOpAmp
Symbol Shape
P
VP
O
N
VN
Terminals
The terminals of the Opamp component are:
P – Noninverting input
N – Inverting input
O – Opamp output
VP – Positive supply
VN – Negative supply
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Component Parameters
Drag an Opamp component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Show_Power_Pins
This parameter is used to show power pins in the opamp. Setting this parameter to true shows
the power pins. The default is false.
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Fuse
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Fuse component are:
T1 – Fuse terminal 1
T2 – Fuse terminal 2
Component Parameters
Drag a Fuse component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
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Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
GND
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Ground component are:
T1 – Ground node connection
Component Parameters
Drag a GND component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
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Supply_Name
This parameter sets the ground name of the supply used. Default supply name is Vss.
Symbol_Type
This parameter sets the symbol type of the ground used. Default symbol type is Signal Ground.
Inductor
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Inductor component are:
T1 – Inductor terminal 1
T2 – Inductor terminal 2
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Component Parameters
Drag an Inductor component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Inductance
This parameter sets the inductance of the inductor used. The default is 10uH.
Inductor Core
This parameter sets the type of the inductor core used. The default is Iron Core.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
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Isource
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Current Source component are:
P – Positive terminal
N – Negative terminal
Component Parameters
Drag an ISource component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Current
This parameter is used to set the current output of the current source. Default current value is
10mA.
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Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
LED
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the LED component are:
A – Anode terminal
K – Cathode terminal
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Component Parameters
Drag an LED component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
SPICE_Model
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported. The default
string is D.
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Microphone
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Microphone component are:
T1 – Terminal 1
T2 – Terminal 2
Component Parameters
Drag a Microphone component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
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Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Value
This parameter sets the resistance of the microphone in ohms. The default value is 10K.
Motor
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Motor component are:
T1 – Terminal 1
T2 – Terminal 2
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Component Parameters
Drag a Motor (DC) component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Motor3PH
Symbol Shape
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Terminals
The terminals of the Motor3PH component are:
T1 – Terminal 1
T2 – Terminal 2
T3 – Terminal 3
Component Parameters
Drag a Motor (3 Phase) component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
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NFET_En
Symbol Shape
Terminals
This section describes the various terminals of the NFET_En component.
D – Drain
S – Source
G – Gate
Component Parameters
Drag an NFET_En component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
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Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
NFET
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the NFET (Depletion Mode) component are:
D – Drain
S – Source
G – Gate
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Component Parameters
Drag an NFET (Depletion Mode) component onto your design and double-click it to open the
Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
NPN Transistor
Symbol Shape
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Terminals
The terminals of the NPN Transistor component are:
E – Emitter
B – Base
C – Collector
Component Parameters
Drag an NPN Transistor component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
SPICE_Model
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported. The default
string is NPN.
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Model
This parameter sets the model number of the transistor being used. Default is 2N3391A.
PFET_En
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the PFET_En component are:
D – Drain
S – Source
G – Gate
Component Parameters
Drag a PFET_En component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
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Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
PFET
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the PFET (Depletion Mode) component are:
D – Drain
S – Source
G – Gate
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Component Parameters
Drag a PFET component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Photo Diode
Symbol Shape
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Terminals
The terminals of the Photo Diode component are:
A – Anode Terminal
K – Cathode Terminal
Component Parameters
Drag a Photo Diode component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Current
This parameter sets the maximum current that can be passed through the diode. The default
value is 1mA.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
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Photo Transistor
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Photo Transistor component are:
E – Emitter
C – Collector
Component Parameters
Drag a Photo Transistor component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Current
This parameter sets the maximum current that can be passed through the photo transistor. The
default value is 10mA.
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Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
PNP Transistor
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the PNP Transistor component are:
E – Emitter
B – Base
C – Collector
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Component Parameters
Drag a PNP Transistor component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Model
This parameter sets the model number of the transistor being used. Default is AN2907.
SPICE_Model
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported. The default
string is PNP.
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Potentiometer
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Potentiometer component are:
T1 – Terminal 1(CW)
T2 – Terminal 2(CW)
W – Wiper Terminal
Component Parameters
Drag a Potentiometer component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
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Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Value
This parameter sets the resistance of the potentiometer in ohms. The default is 10K.
Wiper_Position
This parameter sets the position of the wiper in potentiometer. The default is 50.
Power
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Power component are:
T1 – Power node connection.
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Component Parameters
Drag a Power component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Supply_Name
This parameter sets the name of the power supply used. The default is Vdd.
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Relay
Symbol Shape
C1
NC1
NO1
T1
T2
Terminals
The terminals of the Relay component are:
T1 – Coil Terminal 1
T2 – Coil Terminal 2
C1 – Common terminal for pole 1
NO1 – Normally open terminal for pole 1
NC1 – Normally closed terminal for pole 1
C2 – Common terminal for pole 2
NO2 – Normally open terminal for pole 2
NC2 – Normally closed terminal for pole 2
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Component Parameters
Drag a Relay component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Coil_Resistance
This parameter sets the resistance of the coil in relay. Default resistance value is 50 ohms.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Relay_Type
This parameter sets the type of the relay used. Default relay type is DPDT.
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Resistor
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Resistor component are:
T1 – Terminal 1
T2 – Terminal 2
Component Parameters
Drag a Resistor component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
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Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Value
This parameter sets the resistance of the resistor used in ohms. Default resistance value is 10K.
Schottky Diode
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Schottky Diode component are:
A – Anode terminal
K – Cathode terminal
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Component Parameters
Drag a Schottky component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
SCR
Symbol Shape
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Terminals
The terminals of the SCR component are:
A – Anode terminal
K – Cathode terminal
G – Gate terminal
Component Parameters
Drag an SCR component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
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Speaker
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Speaker component are:
T1 – Terminal 1
T2 – Terminal 2
Component Parameters
Drag a Speaker component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Coil_Resistance
This parameter sets the coil resistance of the speaker in ohms. The default is 8.
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Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Strain Gauge
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the StrainGauge component are:
T1 – Top terminal
T2 – Right terminal.
T3 – Bottom terminal.
T4 – Left terminal.
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Component Parameters
Drag a StrainGauge component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Resistance_R1
This parameter sets the resistance R1 in StrainGauge. Default value is 10.
Resistance_R2
This parameter sets the resistance R2 in StrainGauge. Default value is 10.
Resistance_R3
This parameter sets the resistance R3 in StrainGauge. Default value is 10.
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Resistance_R4
This parameter sets the resistance R4 in StrainGauge. Default value is 10.
SwitchDT
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the SwitchDT component are:
C1 – Common terminal for pole 1
NO1 – Normally open terminal for pole 1
NC1 – Normally closed terminal for pole 1
C2 – Common terminal for pole 2
NO2 – Normally open terminal for pole 2
NC2 – Normally closed terminal for pole 2
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Component Parameters
Drag a SwitchDT component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Switch_Type
This parameter sets the type of switch used, DPDT or SPDT. The default is DPDT.
SwitchSPST
Symbol Shape
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Terminals
The terminals of the SwitchSPST component are:
T1 – Switch terminal 1
T2 – Switch terminal 2
Component Parameters
Drag a SwitchSPST component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Test Point
Symbol Shape
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Terminals
The terminals of the Test Point component are:
T1 – Net node connection
Component Parameters
Drag a Test Point component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Net_Name
This parameter sets the net name of the test point used. The default name is TP.
Thermistor
Symbol Shape
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The terminals of the Thermistor component are:
T1 – Terminal 1
T2 – Terminal 2
Component Parameters
Drag a Thermistor component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Value
This parameter sets the resistance of the thermistor. The default is 25K.
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Thermocouple
Symbol Shape
P
N
Terminals
The terminals of the Thermocouple component are:
P – Positive terminal
N – Negative terminal
Component Parameters
Drag a Thermocouple component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
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Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Voltage
This parameter sets the voltage of the thermocouple. Default voltage is 10mV.
Transformer
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Transformer component are:
P1 – Primary winding terminal 1
P2 – Primary winding terminal 2
PCT – Primary winding center tap
S1 – Secondary winding terminal 1
S2 – Secondary winding terminal 2
SCT – Secondary winding center tap
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Drag a Transformer component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Center_Tap
This parameter sets whether a center tap is present in the transformer. If this parameter is set to
false (default), a center tap is absent.
Core_Type
This parameter sets the type of the core used in the transformer, Iron Core or Air Core. Iron
Core is the default setting.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Primary Inductance
This parameter sets the inductance of the primary coil in the transformer. Default is 10uH.
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Secondary inductance
This parameter sets the inductance of the secondary coil in the transformer. Default is 10uH.
Triac
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Triac component are:
T1 – Terminal 1
T2 – Terminal 2
G – Gate terminal
Component Parameters
Drag a Triac component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
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Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Varactor
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Varactor component are:
A – Anode terminal
K – Cathode terminal
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Component Parameters
Drag a Varactor component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
SPICE_Model
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported. The default
string is D.
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VREG
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Voltage Regulator component are:
VIN – Input Voltage terminal
VOUT – Output Voltage terminal
REF – Reference terminal
Component Parameters
Drag a VREG component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
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Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Voltage
This parameter sets the regulated output voltage of the Voltage Regulator. Default value is 3.3V.
VSource
Symbol Shape
Terminals
The terminals of the Voltage Source component are:
P – Positive terminal
N – Negative terminal
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Drag a Voltage Source component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure
dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
Voltage
This parameter sets the output voltage of the voltage source. Default is 3.3V DC.
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Zener
Symbol Shape
K
A
Terminals
The terminals of the Zener Diode component are:
A – Anode terminal
K – Cathode terminal
Component Parameters
Drag a Zener component onto your design and double-click it to open the Configure dialog.
Include_In_Netlist
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported.
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Instance_Name_Visible
This parameter indicates whether the instance name is visible. If this parameter is set to true
(default), the instance name is visible.
SPICE_Model
This parameter is reserved for future use when the SPICE template is supported. The default
string is D.
Voltage
This parameter sets the voltage of the Zener used in the circuit. Default Zener voltage value is
4.7V.
Component Changes
None
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