You can search components using the Component Information System (CIS) database management system. It also integrates with enterprise ERP systems via SQL/ODBC.
Direct import of data from online libraries facilitates the introduction of new components into the circuit.
Creation a hierarchical PDF of all schematic pages.
On-line store of additional user functions.
Define and view components directly in the window of the OrCAD Capture Data Management software.
Perform circuit topology studies, rule development, and signal integrity analysis.
This video will show you how to list nets from OrCAD Capture.
Make your own customizable DRC for quick search project problems.
Explore the search features in OrCAD Capture CIS.
The CoolEditBox application is written by EDAis and has several features to speed up circuit editing.
Use the Component Information Portal (CIP) to find the most recent version of the schematic symbol…
Take the component directly from the Digi-Key catalog for your specification.
Support for TCL TK scripts in OrCAD Capture allows for customization and scripting for the editor…
The Smart PDF feature allows you to see the scheme in Adobe PDF with inherited…
OrCAD Capture Marketplace is a unique Web shell built into the new…
Customize component and net colors individually in Cadence OrCAD Capture.
Use the CIS database to derive different designs from the overall diagram.
You can include mechanical data in the specification using a tabular database.
Use the Ref Des control function to execute at the schematic or hierarchical block level.
Net drawing automation capabilities free you from the tedious task of manually drawing wires on a schematic, allowing you to…
Use pictures as hierarchical blocks in OrCAD Capture.
Edit and replace the stamp in OrCAD Capture; including auto-synchronization of data in stamp fields.
The close DRC feature in OrCAD Capture is useful if you see DRC markers (connection error markers) that you want to ignore.
The property editor allows you to edit properties (attributes) for various schematic objects.