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Part Number: OPA2347
Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models
The SPICE model seems to be incorrect when doing a transient analysis. The S/R is way too small - around 10mV/microsecond in a unity-gain configuration. This aplies for the TINA-spice tool as well as other SPICE simulators. Measuring on a real-life unit gives the correct S/R - >0.17V/microsecond. The SPICE-model is version 1.0 fetched from the TI-website yesterday.
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I have the TINA file here:
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