PC817 Library for Proteus
- First of all, download this PC817 Library for Proteus by clicking the below button:
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- It's a zip file, which will have a Proteus Library folder.
- Open this folder, and you will find these 2 Library files in it:
- Place these Library Files in the Library folder of your Proteus software.
- If you are unable to add Library in Proteus 7 or 8 Professional, then you should have a look at How to add new Library in Proteus 8.
- Now open your Proteus ISIS software or restart it if its already open.
- In the components search box, make a search for PC817.
- If everything goes fine, then you will get results as shown in below figure:
- Now place this PC817 in your workspace.
- Default optocoupler available in Proteus contains 5 Pins but this PC817 has 4 Pins, as shown in below figure:
- I have shown both optocouplers in above figure.
- Now let's design a simple circuit to have a look at How it works:
- So, connect three LogicState and one LED with PC817, as shown in below figure:
- Now run your Proteus Simulation and change the states of your buttons.
- Both On & Off states of PC817 are shown in below figure:
- So, that's How you can easily simulate PC817 in Proteus.