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Error when trying to import TPS61085 Spice model into TINA-TI

Hi,

I have attempted to import the TPS51085 Spice model into TINA-TI, and I got the following error.

Invalid device: $CDNENCSTART. Line: #41.

$CDNENCSTART

followed by:

The circuit cannot be opened or cannote be converted to a macro.

I am running version 9 of TINA-TI.  I used the New Macro Wizard, and I selected TPS61085 as the subcircuit since the wizard found more than one subcircuit in the .lib file.

Please help.

  • Ryan,

    The PSpice models in the TI product folders for power products are encrypted and can only be used in PSpice version 15.7 or higher. If you need the model in TINA-TI, please let me know and I will get the model converted into a .TSM file.

    Britt

     

    Britt

    Online Design Tools

  • In reply to Britt Brooks - Online Design Tools:

    I'm having the same issue, although I'm trying to use TINA-TI to simulate a TPS62163 . I'd also like to get the TPS62133, TPS2115A and LM3410 converted to work with TINA-TI as well if possible.

  • In reply to Shawn Fisher:

    Shawn,

    All of the Power PSpice models in the product folders are encrypted and can only be used in PSpice version 15.7 or higher. If there is a PSpice model for the device in the product folder, we are in the process of converting it to TINA (with a few exceptions). The TPS62163 and TPS62133 are in the queue to be converted. I will increase their priority, however, I do not have a schedule for their completion. The TPS2115A and LM3410 do not have PSpice models in the product folder.

    The LM3410 is available in Webench.

    Britt

    Britt

    Online Design Tools

  • Hi Ryan,

    The TPS61085 TINA model was uploaded to the product folder in case you are still looking for it: http://www.ti.com/product/tps61085#toolssoftware.

    Best regards,

    Nikhil

     

    Nikhil Gupta | Product Folder Modeling                                                                                                                                                    

    All TI Spice Models can be found here | All WEBENCH supported devices can be found here

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  • In reply to Britt Brooks - Online Design Tools:

    Britt Brooks
    If you need the model in TINA-TI, please let me know and I will get the model converted into a .TSM file.

    Hello,

    i´ve the same problem. I use the TPS78228. There is no model available. The TPS71728 seems to have a comparable transient behavior. Unfortunately there´s just a PSpice Model available. Could you let me know if there´s another alternative or if there´s a file available which can be used with Tina Ti?

    Thank you very much.

    Florian

  • In reply to thinwybk:

    Florian,

    Currently, there is no model planned for the TPS78228.

    I will check on the TPS71728 to see if we can get it translated to TINA-TI.

    Britt

    Britt

    Online Design Tools

  • In reply to Britt Brooks - Online Design Tools:

    Britt Brooks

    I will check on the TPS71728 to see if we can get it translated to TINA-TI.

    Thank you very much in advance. Is it possible to convert the PSpice-Models of the TPS73533 and/or TPS79933 into a Tina-Model (as comparable models for the TPS78233)?

    Regards.

  • In reply to thinwybk:

    Hi Thinwybk.

    The TPS73533 TINA model is attached below. It will also be uploaded to the product folder soon.

    Best regards,

    Nikhil

    6305.TPS73533_TRANS.TSC

    Nikhil Gupta | Product Folder Modeling                                                                                                                                                    

    All TI Spice Models can be found here | All WEBENCH supported devices can be found here

    New to TINA-TI? Its a free spice simulator! Try out this short Video Training Series

     

  • In reply to Nikhil Gupta (Online Design Tools):

    Nikhil Gupta
    TPS73533 TINA model is attached below

    Hello Nikhil,

    thank you very much. The TI support is realy great!!!

    Regards

  • In reply to Nikhil Gupta (Online Design Tools):

    Hi,

    I have the same issue with TPS61175 PSPICE model. It would be possible to have it converted for TINA-TI?

    Thank you.

    Ilario

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