Tagged: splan lib files schema circuit
- This topic has 10 replies, 3 voices, and was last updated 3 months, 1 week ago by Michael.
2020-May-13 at 11:41 #8661LectronFanModerator
I start a new sticky thread with the idea of sharing Splan library files, knowhow, tips and how to’s.
Since this is a kickoff, I proudly present the Lib files I’ve made so far around the Lectron system.
You can download this library via this link : LectronLibV1
2020-May-13 at 13:37 #8662LectronFanModerator
As an example I will also post the Splan circuit of the Wien bridge oscillator.
Here is the link : Wien bridge Oscillator
As you will open it, you’ll notice that I used a grey background which you can also use for your own circuits.
When you right-click it you can choose “Set to back” so it will be used as background.
The dimensions of this grey background is the exact dimension of an A3 Lectron ground plate.
This way, you’ll quickly see if the circuits fits and it will also be a guideline for other builders.
2020-May-19 at 08:52 #8673MichaelKeymaster
Excellent work Frank! This will be a very helpful toolkit for circuit design with your using an A3 template. These pages look just like the ones in the Egger/Braun manual!
2020-May-19 at 08:49 #8672MichaelKeymaster
Thank you so much for this magnificent contribution. I know that this took many hours to create. We are all very grateful for your efforts!
2020-May-19 at 15:45 #8674LectronFanModerator
its a pleasure and no trouble at all !
since this experimenting system is so flexible and easy to use, it forms an inspiration almost every day.
I’m glad that I can share my experiences through your forum and hope that fellow Lectroneers can use these Splan library files and system setups.
many greetings to you all !
2022-August-16 at 18:38 #11625Jean-Luc BrachParticipant
How can we vizualize the LectronLIBv1 LIB files ? which tools and which version?
I tried with Splan latest version but this didnt worked.
Thanks for your help
2022-August-16 at 18:53 #11632MichaelKeymaster
J’ai envoye votre question a l’originateur de cette fil de discussion.
Meillure voeux, M.
2022-August-18 at 15:52 #11637LectronFanModerator
To visualise the Lib files in Splan, you need to do the following :
- Unzip the folder inside the main directory of BIBO, which can be found in the Splan folder.
- Then start up Splan and click on the “book” icon and select “Libraries”.
- A new window pops up and there you select “New”
- Then browse to the BIBO folder and select the folder that you just unzipped.
- In the field “Name”, type in a name like “Lectron”
- Close the popup window and then you can select the Lectron folder in your library.
I hope this will help you.
Recently I adapted some of the symbols.
I have added a new zip file Lectron V2 to download
- This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by LectronFan.
2022-August-19 at 02:13 #11640MichaelKeymaster
Double thanks! Very helpful information on how to use your library and then the extra bonus of an expanded library with new symbols! Excellent!!
Thanks so much,
2022-August-27 at 17:24 #11670Jean-Luc BrachParticipant
Dear Frank and Michael,
Un tout grand merci pour votre aide. C’est top.
(a big big thank for your help, it’s top).
2022-August-27 at 21:16 #11676MichaelKeymaster
So glad that Frank’s update has proven useful to your needs. Frank is a long-term contributor and has made many circuit designs using the Lectron System and donated them to the Lectroneer community.
We look forward to seeing what you create!
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