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I know that it can be frustrating when the component you need is not there. You can just cut a paste it into Notepad or some other text editor and edit it that way. An alternative approch might be to hack the model for the 74HC, but again, I wouldn’t know quite where to start!

If you use the as a Multiplexer: Arduino on other Chips. Message 1 of As far as the voltage pins. For more info pleae look at this Forum Post. Message 9 of A datasneet or demultiplexer enables you to expand the in-and outputs on your Arduino board.

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The main differences are. Also, in your original post you said the IC was 74hc, but the model file you posted says 74hc You can choose between 8 different inputs and select just one you want to read at the time. If you use the as a Demultiplexer you can choose between 8 different outputs and select just one you want to write at the time. It is not possible to read or write more than one pin on the at the same time, because you can only select one pin at a time.


Can I take the model and write it to a. Sources for Electronic Parts. Message 5 of Board Setup and Configuration. Could you please clarify which one it actually is? Message 3 of So my guess is that the switch isn’t switching.

Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Most Active Software Boards: What have I done wrong please? Message 2 of Message 8 of You can get the datasheet from their website and then use the ‘New Component Wizard’ to create it. Message 6 of What is far more bothering is scoping the output at Z shows only 1.

Message 4 of The only difference will be the EN signal as it will still be hc051 high instead of active low. I don’t think that anyone has created this component in the past. Here it is with the model name corrected and also with a correction hc451 the Mux Input selection switches bit, which I initially hoped was what my problem was, but it is still not working.

Message 10 of I did try save the model as a. Has anyone created a model for this analogue mux?

74hc model – Discussion Forums – National Instruments

Another idea would be to use the default model. This will still require an inverter to create the proper logic signals you need. I tried to work out how to modify an exisiting model ADGFbut failed miserably, as I’m not able to infer the language syntax from the model content unlike the digital models which I could work out, albeit slowly.


So that clearly doesn’t fly as an option: If I have misunderstood please forgive me.

Futhermore, the is able to work with analog values; in the case of the Arduino, you are able to use the analog inputs with a voltage between V and route them to an Analog-In Pin on your Arduino. Kittmaster’s Component Database http: Here’s an alternative idea that might help. The playground is a publicly-editable wiki about Arduino. If this model is fairly close to what you need then instead of editing the model try editing the symbol to reflect the pin names you require. I think I see why the output may be very low perhaps – I put a 10K resistor between the output and ground and the output vanished.

Message 7 of There is no delay needed between selecting and read or writing the pin.

Each of these pins have to be connected to one digital out pin on the Arduino. How can I debug this please?