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Submitted by: webmaster on 2008-03-16 20:29:00.
Topic:Re: Pspice model for a switched capacitor voltage inverter
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Well, I don't have much. I have an old Multisim schematic I made years ago for a negative charge pump. You can see a zillion topology's if you search under Cockcroft-Walton voltage multipliers. Here's an example below. You could enter the schematic using the free SPICE simulation software "LT SwitcherCad", downloadable on Linear Technology's website. It's the most utilitarian and powerful SPICE simulator available for the price. It's free. It's all we now use; it's incredible and can be learned quickly. The GUI is quirky, but the simulations are flawless and are done with lightning speed on a decent computer. Hope that helps. Check out the LT SwitcherCad user's blog on Yahoo. There are millions of users and entries. Once you enter the schematic, debug it, etc., you can then see the netlist created for the schematic.
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Submitted by: Chedid on 2008-03-04 10:57:27.
Topic:Pspice model for a switched capacitor voltage inverter
Related topic:PSpice
Body:Hi,
I am looking for dc/dc switched capacitor voltage inverter pspice model. I have looked through major suppliers but found nothing.
Thanks
Chedid
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