Proteus Professional 8.15 SP0 Build 33980 + Rus

Proteus Professional 8.15 SP0 Build 33980 + Rus

Proteus is a software package for computer-aided design of electronic circuits. The package is a circuit simulation system based on the 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 so on. Additionally, the Proteus package includes a PCB design system. Proteus Professional can simulate the following microcontrollers: 8051, ARM7, AVR, Motorola, PIC, Basic Stamp. The Content Center contains reference data.

Supports MK: PIC, 8051, AVR, HC11, MSP430, ARM7/LPC2000 and other common processors. Over 6000 analog and digital device models. Works with most compilers and assemblers.

 PROTEUS VSM allows you to very reliably simulate and debug quite complex devices that can contain several microcontrollers at the same time and even different families in one device!

You must clearly understand that the simulation of an electronic circuit does not exactly replicate the operation of a real device. But for debugging the algorithm of the MK, this is more than enough.

PROTEUS contains a huge library of electronic components. Missing models can be made. If the component is not programmable, you need to download its SPICE model from the manufacturer’s website and add it to a suitable package.

Proteus 8 consists of 6 main modules:
– Application Framework. Now Proteus 8 consists of one application with many modules (ISIS, BOM, ARES, 3D Viewer, etc.). Modules can be opened in tabs in the application window, you can drag and drop and create additional windows, and view multiple tabs at once.

This allows you to work not only with ISIS and ARES, as was the case in previous versions, but also with other modules, such as ISIS and VSM Studio for debugging, ISIS and specification for a report, ARES and 3D Viewer for checking.
Common Parts Database. A single component database provides data exchange between Proteus modules in the current project.

Elements represent physical components on a printed circuit board and at the same time represent logical elements on a schematic.
– Live netlisting. A live netlist available to all modules allows you to reflect changes in real time. Schematic changes result in PCB changes and in turn, specification changes.
3D Viewer. In 3D viewing, in addition to OpenGL, DirectX graphics are supported, multithreading has been added to increase the rendering speed.

It also uses a live netlist, so changes made to ARES are displayed in the 3D Viewer.
Bill of Materials. Absolutely new module for working with project documentation. Ability to save specifications in popular PDF, HTML and Excel formats.VSM Studio.

Built-in development environment that allows you to simulate and debug your project in Proteus VSM, as well as automatically configure the compiler for a specific firmware.

PROTEUS VSM works great with popular C compilers for MK:
– CodeVisionAVR (for MK AVR)
– IAR (for any MK)
– ICC (for MK AVR, msp430, ARM7, Motorola)

  • WinAVR (for MK AVR)
  • Keil (for MK 8051 and ARM architectures)
  • HiTECH (for MK architecture 8051 and PIC from Microchip)
  • The PROTEUS VSM program is ideal for beginners who decide to start learning microcontrollers.

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