555 4017 led simulation using yenka program

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  1. customsportbike

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    Hi guys, just found this great program which can simulate electronic diagrams. It called Yenka and it was free for a 15 day trail.

    The question I've got is how much voltage can the 4017 decade counter handle. I have simulated a bunch of 555 and 4017 led flasher circuits but the simulator all ways tells me the 4017 pin voltage has been exceeded and can only handle 1v.
     
  2. Wendy

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  3. MikeML

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    Not familiar with that simulator, however, other simulators require a VDD=xxV parameter to model the supply voltage dependence of the 4000 series of CMOS logic.
     
  4. Alberto Leandro Tupone

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    It happens to me, I can't do anything with this. Did you solve it?
     
  5. MrCarlos

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    Hola Alberto Leandro Tupone

    You've bought the software ???
    No.. .
    Probably the temporary license period is over.

    We could see us your design with the intention of seeking some mistakes ??
    you could compress your file ***. YKA with WinZip or WinRAR and upload the compressed file.
     
  6. crutschow

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    I suggest you try the LTspice simulator.
    It's free from Linear Technology and many on these forums us it.
     
  7. Alberto Leandro Tupone

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    Thanks a lot crutschow. Actually this is pretty weird, it doesn't take any voltage for above of 6v. I'll try the LTspice.
    By the way, with this soft can also make a PCB? Thanks a lot! :)
     
  8. crutschow

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    No, LTspice is just a simulator.
     
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