What about scr,triac,diac???

I can't Simulate circuit with these basic components.

Low software level!

by garce3
February 16, 2021

Hi @garce3. Folks here would love to help you, but we need more information before we are able to know what is going wrong for you. Can you post a public circuit that roughly outlines what you're trying to do?

by hevans
February 16, 2021

It's something like that. Trafo: 120Ac to 12AC

I want to see the signals in Both SCRs and how charge the battery.

by garce3
February 16, 2021

Why some components say Non-Simulatable??

by garce3
February 16, 2021

Ah. I see what you are referring to. Components that marked non-simulatable means that they cannot be simulated within CircuitLab. They are available for drawing schematics only. They will act as open circuits in your schematic.

by hevans
February 16, 2021

That mean Circuit Lab doesn't work with SCR, TRIAC an DIAC. :/

by garce3
February 16, 2021

Any alternative circuit to simulate a SCR?

by garce3
February 21, 2021
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