Bright Light Controller Schematic

I have recently stumbled upon a service called BatchPCB which offers cheap single run PCB prototyping.  I’ve decided to give them a try since it seems safe for someone whose never designed a board from scratch.  After some digging it seems like going to their supplier, Gold Pheonix, would work out cheaper if you’re looking at a design that’s larger than 35 inch^2.  This requires a minimum order  though, so for now I’m going to give BatchPCB a shot.  I’m going to convert one of my old wire-wrap designs, a light controller, to test out this service and practice PCB design.

 

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Orcad Copy Schematic Symbol

There are a ton of pre-drawn components in the PSpice library. I’d rather use one of these as a starting point for my design instead of having to create my own from scratch. This post details how to copy an existing symbol and attach an external Pspice Model.

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