How to create and simulate an Arduino controlled blinking LED circuit with TINACloud?

In this tutorial video we will create and simulate the Arduino controlled blinking LED circuit on the screen with TINACloud.

First, we created the circuit using the schematic editor of TINACloud. Next we loaded and compiled the Arduino code.

Let’s quickly follow the operation of the C code:

Initialize the digital pin LED_BUILTIN as an output.

Call the loop function to create an infinite loop for the instructions between the opening { and closing } braces

Turn the LED On with a logic HIGH voltage.

Create a 5ms delay

Turn the LED Off with a logic Low voltage.

Create a 5ms delay

Now Compile the code by clicking the “Compile” button.

Next click the “Save all”button to save the compiled code.

Tutorial Video for Simulation of a Half Adder Circuit with 4 Basic Gates using TINACloud

The Half Adder is a so called combinational circuit, to add two single binary digits and provide the output plus a carry value. It has two inputs, called A and B, and two outputs S (Sum) and C (Carry).

The relation between inputs (A, B) and the outputs (Sum. Carry) is described by the so called Truth Table. The Truth Table for the Half Adder is as follows:

In this tutorial video we created and tested a Half Adder circuit using TINACloud.

We used basic OR, AND, NOT (Inverter) gates, High-Low switches and Voltage pins for the outputs.

Tutorial Video for Simulation of a Half Adder Circuit with 4 Basic Gates using TINA

The Half Adder is a so called combinational circuit, to add two single binary digits and provide the output plus a carry value. It has two inputs, called A and B, and two outputs S (Sum) and C (Carry).

The relation between inputs (A, B) and the outputs (Sum. Carry) is described by the so called Truth Table. The Truth Table for the Half Adder is as follows:

In this tutorial video we created and tested a Half Adder circuit using TINA.

We used basic OR, AND, NOT (Inverter) gates, High-Low switches and Voltage pins for the outputs.

Tutorial Video for Simulation of a Half Adder with 2 gates using TINACloud

The Half Adder is a so called combinational circuit, to add two single binary digits and provide the output plus a carry value. It has two inputs, called A and B, and two outputs S (Sum) and C (Carry).

The relation between inputs (A, B) and the outputs (Sum. Carry) is described by the so called Truth Table. The Truth Table for the Half Adder is as follows:

In this tutorial video we created and tested a Half Adder circuit unsing TINACloud.

We used an XOR gate for the Sum and an AND gate for the Carry, High-Low switches and Voltage pins for the outputs. We then tested the circuit operation using Transient analysis and the Interactive mode of TINACloud.

New Tutorial Video for Simulation of a Half Adder Circuit with 2 gates using TINA with voice-over and subtitles

The half adder is a simple combinational circuit, to add two single binary digits and provide the output plus a carry value. It has two inputs, called A and B, and two outputs S (Sum) and C (Carry).

The relation between inputs (A, B) and the outputs (Sum. Carry) is described by the so called Truth Table. The Truth Table for the Half Adder is as follows:

In this tutorial video we will create and test a Hal Adder circuit in TINA.

To start with, we will draw the schematic diagram of the half adder. We will use an XOR gate for the Sum and an AND gate for the Carry, High-Low switches and Voltage pins for the outputs. We will then test the circuit operation using Transient analysis and the Interactive mode of TINA.

DesignSoft at the BETT Show 2019 in London: The exhibition

DesignSoft at the BETT Show 2019, London

The first day:

Excel Exhibition Center

The 2nd day

Visitors at DesignSoft’s Stand

Bird’s-eye view of Excel Exhibition Center from Emirates Cable Car

The last day

Going back from BETT 2019 with Emirates Cable Car

We are looking forward to meet you at our stand, where we will present our latest versions of

TINA v12  (released in December, 2019)

New features in TINA v12

TINACloud v2  released in December, 2019)

New features in TINACloud  v2

DesignSoft at the BETT Show 2019 in London

DesignSoft at the BETT Show 2019 in London, Stand A153

We cordially invite you to visit DesignSoft’s stand at the BETT Show, the largest education technology event in the world.

23-26, January 2019, ExCeL London, UK, Stand A153

We are looking forward to meet you at our stand, where we will present our latest versions of

TINA v12  (released in December, 2018)

New features in TINA v12

TINACloud v2  released in December, 2018)

New features in TINACloud  v2

Release of New TINA version 12 and TINACloud 2

Dear Valued Customer,

Today, we launched a beautiful new TINA version 12 for you!

Here are some of the improvements that have been made since our last product release:

• Both 32 and 64-bit versions. You can choose which version you would like to install.
• Shell version for running TINA from the command line for batch analysing
• Power dissipation and efficiency calculation
• Integrated cursor display in the diagram window. Cursor values are displayed right below the curves within the same window, and – if selected – all curve values can be seen.
• Syntax highlighting in Spice and HDL editors
• Autoconverge. Iterated transient calculation with system or user defined parameter sets.
• New BSIM3V3.2 model, Delta-Sigma ADC, GaAs and GaN devices, more than 500 new MCU models
• Support of IBIS models for Signal Integrity Analysis (in Industrial version)
• Improved PCB Design with bus connection, transmission lines, and block repetition (Macro-block copy)

New Features in TINACloud

• Integrated Schematic  Editor
• PCB Design
• Most new features of TINA v12 included

TINA & TINACloud are better than ever. With powerful new features and tons of improvements now is a great time to upgrade your TINA and TINACloud.

If you hurry, and order your upgrade today (through Dec 30 midnight), you can even get the following benefits:

• special introductory prices with 30% discount

• free second license for you laptop or home  computer

• a complimentary, two-year subscription to TINACloud

• free HDL package for the Educational, Classic and Industrial versions

With this incredible time limited upgrade you will be able to run, test  and present your circuit designs on virtually every OS including Windows/Mac/Linux and every platform from smart phones through tablets to desktop PCs. Now, wherever you are, including home, office, classroom, traveling to conferences, client offices, and meetings, you can experience TINA’s tremendous feature set.

So, don’t hesitate and now to get all the benefits at once!

Thank you for being a loyal DesignSoft Customer.