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1 Analog Basics Workshop Getting started with Tina-TI Rev 0.2

2 Tina-TI is a powerful Analog and SMPS circuit simulation tool Screenshot of Tina TM output graphics

3 Tina-TI schematic editor Circuit Space Top row: Operations associated with files, types of analysis, test & measurement options, and help Second row: File operations, text, hide and wiring feature selection, etc. Third & fourth rows: Third row buttons select component type Forth row tabs select component group

4 Building a circuit in Tina-TI Wein-bridge 1kHz oscillator 1.Select the Spice Macros tab. 2.Click on the op-amp symbol. 3.The op-amp list opens. Select OPA U1 – OPA743 symbol appears. Drag symbol into position. 5.Other op-amp models may be selected using insert > macro… Passive and active components are selected from symbols and lists

5 Adding passive and active components 1.Select the Basic tab 2.Click on the desired passive component, source, jumper, generator, ground, etc. 3.Drag the selection into place. Click to set in position. 4.Double click on the selected component. An information table appears. 5.Enter the value and set the parameters as needed Jumpers are used to connect common circuit points without adding wires Building a circuit in Tina-TI

6 Arrange and wiring components 1.Arrange the components by clicking on the symbol and dragging them into position. 2.Start wiring components together by placing the pointer over the end node (small red x). 3.Click on the end node and a wire is drawn as the mouse is moved. 4.Release the mouse button to end a wire at another node. 5.Wiring function may be activated using Insert > wire, or the radio button pencil symbol. 5 2 Building a circuit in Tina-TI

7 Analysis Capabilities: DC Performing a DC analysis 1.Click on Analysis. 2.Highlight and click on DC Analysis. 3.Click on Calculate nodal voltages. 4.The Voltages/Currents are displayed at meters/probes. 5.The mouse pointer becomes a probe used to probe the circuit nodes. 6.The probed node and measured value are shown in red, in the table. 1 2

8 Analysis Capabilities: Transient 1.Click on Analysis 2.Highlight and click on Transient 3.Set start and end times, etc. 4.Click ok 5.Transient analysis from simulation Transient Analysis example

9 Analysis Capabilities: AC Transfer Characteristics 1.Click on Analysis> Transient 2.Set freq range, etc. Click ok 3.Transient analysis from simulation

10 Where to find Tina-TI Help Many of Tinas component and Analysis Windows provide a Help button Select to get Help on this subject Help sheet on subject Help contents, searches, etc


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