Missing Components LM386, LM3914 (edited) SOLVED

why there is no lm386, lm3914. etc ???

by serge60
May 10, 2020

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Answer by mrobbins

Hi @serge60, are you just trying to draw a circuit or also simulate it?

For simulation purposes, we'd have to build macromodels of each of those devices out of simpler components. It's doable but it takes quite a bit of work and testing.

For drawing purposes only, you can use "Custom Symbol (rectangle)".

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by mrobbins
May 10, 2020

Answer by serge60

OK, thanks

+1 vote
by serge60
May 11, 2020

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