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TPS84621 TINA-TI model
I am trying to convert the model TPS84621 and I get the same error as explained in the first post of this thread.
"Invalid Device : $CDNENCSTART:Line 48
Could you help me ?
Thanks a lot,
The PSPICE model is encrypted and can not be imported directly into TINA-TI. I will get back to you when we translate this model to TINA-TI.
Power Modeling Manager
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Please find attached the TINA-TI model for TPS84621. It will also be released to the product folder in a few days.
Thanks a lot!. Do you have also a TINA schematic for the TPS84620 ? This one is RoHS compliant while TPS84621 has TBD on that field. Thus, I have to select the TPS84620 for my design .
The schematic of the reference design for the TPS48620 also lacks for meaningful information . Do you have any updated schematic for the ref design ?
Currently we do not have any model for TPS84620. Can you use the TPS84621 model for your testing as it is very much similar to TPS84620 from a working point of view.
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