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ELEC 101

  Lab 4
Lab 4

Create a Title Block
File – Open - Library




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Select the Library File




           Select USER.OLB from the work folder on your ZIPdisk
           CL Open


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Select Title Block




•  DCL on SC-Title_Block

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Title Block




•  DCL on the text Schematic Capture with PSpice




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Modify Title Block Text




•  In Place Text box, change the text to Brookdale Community
   College and CL on OK
May 2003 ...
Create and Save Title Block Information




•    CL on Options
•    CL on Design Template
•    CL on the Title Block Tab
•...
•    CL on File
•    CL on Save As
•    Make sure Library is e:workuser.olb
•    Change Name to Brookdale_Title_Block
•   ...
Create a Project




•  Create a new Project on your Work Disk called LAB04
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•  Select Create Blank Project
•  CL on OK




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•    Delete the current Title Block in the bottom right corner
•    CL on Place
•    CL on Title Block
•    Select Brookda...
•  CL to Place the Title Block in the Lower right corner
•  CR and End Mode to stop entering title blocks
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•  The insert Title Block should look like the following with your
   name and class entered.




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•  Turn on the Grids to aid in placing components


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Capture Toolbar




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PSpice Toolbar




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Schematic Page Editor Toolbar




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File Open Project




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Select File to Open




•  From your work disk, open a project called LAB4A


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Expand lab04a.dsn




           Select Page 1 and place a Brookdale Title
               Block in the bottom right corner...
Schematic of lab4a.obj




   In this schematic, the 4 Dark Dots indicate Wiring Errors

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Drag V2 to Left




           Select V2 and connecting Wires and Press Delete Key


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Cut R1 (To Clipboard




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Delete Wire Shorting R1




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Paste R1 Back in the Space




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DCL on DC = and Enter Component Value




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The NPN Transistor




•  The NPN Transistor has three leads, and they each have names
   as shown above.
•  You should le...
Complete the circuit




•  Draw an Orthogonal line from the transistor collector to the
   base wire
May 2003            ...
•  Scroll to the Title Block
•  DCL on <Project Name> and change it to LAB 04A
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Corrected Schematic




•  Save the circuit
•  Print the circuit
•  Close the circuit and the project
May 2003            ...
Lab 4B

Fix Poor Layout
Lab 04B Original Circuit




•    The circuit above is poorly and unprofessionally drawn
•    To correct the layout errors...
Lab 04B Corrected Layout




•  Note in the circuit above that the components position have
   been changed and the space ...
Lab 04B




•  Save the circuit
•  Print the circuit
•  Close the circuit and the project
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  1. 1. ELEC 101 Lab 4
  2. 2. Lab 4 Create a Title Block
  3. 3. File – Open - Library May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 3
  4. 4. Select the Library File Select USER.OLB from the work folder on your ZIPdisk CL Open May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 4
  5. 5. Select Title Block •  DCL on SC-Title_Block May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 5
  6. 6. Title Block •  DCL on the text Schematic Capture with PSpice May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 6
  7. 7. Modify Title Block Text •  In Place Text box, change the text to Brookdale Community College and CL on OK May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 7
  8. 8. Create and Save Title Block Information •  CL on Options •  CL on Design Template •  CL on the Title Block Tab •  Enter your name, course, Library Name and Title Block Name May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 8
  9. 9. •  CL on File •  CL on Save As •  Make sure Library is e:workuser.olb •  Change Name to Brookdale_Title_Block •  Close the Library May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 9
  10. 10. Create a Project •  Create a new Project on your Work Disk called LAB04 May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 10
  11. 11. •  Select Create Blank Project •  CL on OK May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 11
  12. 12. •  Delete the current Title Block in the bottom right corner •  CL on Place •  CL on Title Block •  Select Brookdale_title_block •  CL on OK May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 12
  13. 13. •  CL to Place the Title Block in the Lower right corner •  CR and End Mode to stop entering title blocks May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 13
  14. 14. •  The insert Title Block should look like the following with your name and class entered. May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 14
  15. 15. •  Turn on the Grids to aid in placing components May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 15
  16. 16. Capture Toolbar May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 16
  17. 17. PSpice Toolbar May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 17
  18. 18. Schematic Page Editor Toolbar May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 18
  19. 19. File Open Project May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 19
  20. 20. Select File to Open •  From your work disk, open a project called LAB4A May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 20
  21. 21. Expand lab04a.dsn Select Page 1 and place a Brookdale Title Block in the bottom right corner May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 21
  22. 22. Schematic of lab4a.obj In this schematic, the 4 Dark Dots indicate Wiring Errors May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 22
  23. 23. Drag V2 to Left Select V2 and connecting Wires and Press Delete Key May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 23
  24. 24. Cut R1 (To Clipboard May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 24
  25. 25. Delete Wire Shorting R1 May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 25
  26. 26. Paste R1 Back in the Space May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 26
  27. 27. DCL on DC = and Enter Component Value May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 27
  28. 28. The NPN Transistor •  The NPN Transistor has three leads, and they each have names as shown above. •  You should learn these names of the component leads May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 28
  29. 29. Complete the circuit •  Draw an Orthogonal line from the transistor collector to the base wire May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 29
  30. 30. •  Scroll to the Title Block •  DCL on <Project Name> and change it to LAB 04A May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 30
  31. 31. Corrected Schematic •  Save the circuit •  Print the circuit •  Close the circuit and the project May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 31
  32. 32. Lab 4B Fix Poor Layout
  33. 33. Lab 04B Original Circuit •  The circuit above is poorly and unprofessionally drawn •  To correct the layout errors –  Select and vertically center V1, R2, and R4 –  Move R3 to the left so the length of the line on the right is equivalent to the length of the line from the right side of R1 to the junction –  Select R3, R4, and the bottom line and drag left so the length of the line on the left of R3 is equivalent to the similar line on the left of R1 –  Move Ground and the line connecting it to the center node. –  Delete the space between the 1 k for the value of R1 May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 33
  34. 34. Lab 04B Corrected Layout •  Note in the circuit above that the components position have been changed and the space between the 1 and k for R1 has been deleted •  This example also serves as a demonstration on moving components and lines and modifying labels and values May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 34
  35. 35. Lab 04B •  Save the circuit •  Print the circuit •  Close the circuit and the project May 2003 ELEC 101 Lab 4 35
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