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How to set up a sweep to see a hysteresis loop

How to set up a sweep to see a hysteresis loop PUBLIC

A way to set up a DC sweep to show the hysteresis loop of a schmitt trigger. Not easy to understand but have a play to get your head round it. :)

by signality | updated January 23, 2014

hysteresis   schmitt-tirgger  


Hysteresis PUBLIC

That circuit makes a voltage Vo be 10V when Vi is more then 0.5 and -10V if its less then 0.4 , if we put a temperature sensor LM35 as Vi, and a fan on Vo we will se that fan starts to work at 50...

by kamik111 | updated October 25, 2013


Digital Input Hysteresis ("Schmitt Trigger" behavior)

Digital Input Hysteresis ("Schmitt Trigger" behavior) PUBLIC

All digital element inputs in CircuitLab currently show hysteresis effects (VIL=2.0, VIH=3.0).

by mrobbins | updated March 22, 2012

digital   hysteresis   schmitt-trigger  

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