Proteus Design Suite 8.12 SP0

Proteus Design Suite 8.12 SP0
Proteus Design Suite 8.12 SP0

Proteus is a software package for computer-aided design of electronic circuits. The package is a system of circuit simulation based on models of electronic components adopted in PSpice. A distinctive feature of the Proteus Professional package is the ability to simulate the operation of programmable devices: microcontrollers, microprocessors, DSP, and more. Additionally, the Proteus package includes a PCB design system. Proteus Professional can simulate the following microcontrollers: 8051, ARM7,AVR,Motorola, PIC, Basic Stamp. The component library contains reference data.

Supports MK: PIC, 8051, AVR, HC11, MSP430, ARM7 / LPC2000 and other common processors. Over 6,000 analog and digital device models. Works with most compiler and assembler.PROTEUS VSM allows you to very reliably simulate and debug quite complex devices that can contain several MKs simultaneously and even different families in one device! Add. Information : Installation instructions in readme.txt Performance tested in wine-3.0.3 on Debian 9 with 32-bit WINEPREFIX. It works more stably than 8.8 (there were problems with saving projects)

Proteus Design Suite 8.9 SP0 Release
Year / Date:April-May 2019
Version:8.9 Build 27865
Developer:Labcenter Electronics
Architecture:32bit, 64bit

System Requirements:
OS:Mcft Windows XP or later (recommended Mcft Windows 7 64 bit or later)
CPU:2GHz or faster Intel processor (AMD processors fine but less optimized)
GPU:Graphics card supporting OpenGL Version 2.0 or higher and / or Direct 3D and multi-sampling (MSAA).
Memory:3GB RAM (recommended 8GB)

Proteus 8.12 - New Features
We are pleased to announce that Proteus Design Suite 8.12 has now been released. It can be downloaded from the home page of the software. Note that this version involves a file format change which is not backwards compatible with older versions of the software.
New features include:
Multi-Board Support: A formal scheme for product designs which have multiple rigid boards but a single schematic. Each board can have its own stackup and design rules and work on specific boards can be switched via a simple combo box. The design explorer module provides a global overview of the project and all of the output systems such as Bill of Materials and CADCAM are board aware.
Differential Pair Pass Through: It's very common for passive devices to be part of the differential pair (between source and destination pins). This makes it harder to treat the signal as a single entity and complicates things like length matching. In this release we've introduced a scheme whereby you can specify these passives as pass through devices. They will then contribute any specified pin length (x2) plus the pad->pad distance on the PCB (footprint distance) to any length matching calculations.
Non Functional Pads: Despite the name non functional pads are typically vias on which the annular ring is removed on layers where no connection is made. This can make a little more space in a tight area of the board or serve to reduce stray capacitance near sensitive signals. We've introduced support for NFP either via global command or to all vias inside a selection box. Design rules measurements take place either from the hole edge for depleted layers or from the edge of the annular ring where present. Users can remove and restore NFP as needed and the system will automatically restore the annular ring if the via is manually routed to on a layer that is currently depleted.
SnapEDA Web Search: We've added integration with SnapEDA as a second vendor in the integrated web search, allowing direct access to their vast online library of parts and direct import into the Proteus application.
Cloud Licensing: We've added access to log files, a heartbeat indicator and an authorised IP list to the web portal for enterprise customer cloud licensing.

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