I tried to run the the BQ25504 PSpice-model with a PSpice Student-Version 9.1. and it doesn't work.
Could it be, that I can't run the PSpice model of the BQ25504 circuit with a student-version.?
The BQ25504 PSpice model is encrypted and requires PSpice version 15.7 or higher to be used. Encrypted models cannot be run in the student version of PSpice.
We are working on converting this model into TINA-TI which is the free simulator that we provide. It should be available in the product folder next month.
Power Modeling Engineer
WEBENCH Design Center
Attached is the BQ25504 TINA-TI model. It will also be released to the product folder in a few days.
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