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Part Number: TLV172
Hello,customer has simulation problems with the TLV172 PSPICE model (see attachment). Btw, the lower LM358 reaches this simulation but not the needed values.
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In reply to Paul Goedeke:
Hello,attached you find the TLV172 (as differential amplifier) schematic and settings. He wants a single static (DC) simulation.
In reply to HS WG-FAE:
I was able to put the circuit into Cadence and didn't see any issues with the model. Everything convergences and simulates well. After reviewing the information you provided me from the customer, I saw that the simulator is complaining about not having a 0V ground node. I recommend that the customer change the ground symbol in their circuit to one which has a 0 next to it.
This question is about the TLV172, but the attachment show the LM358 being used, which is a model that is old and unreliable. Which model is actually being used?
Please see the attached project files - have your customer try them and see if they work.
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