Part Number: LMZ14202EXT
Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models
I am trying to simulate a power supply composed by the LMZ14202EXT. Using the unencrypted pspice model, the following error is returned when trying to run a transient analysis:
----> Operating point not found - Component: U2.D24
A similar issue has occurred with LTspice. Does any one have a working simulation for this device?
Please mind that I don't have a license for Orcad, so I cannot use the Encrypted models.
Thank you in advance
Nikhil Gupta | Power Modeling Manager | WEBENCH Design Center
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In reply to Nikhil Gupta (1):
Hello Nikhil, sorry for my delayed response.
Currently I am using the model with LTSpice, but it is too slow.
It would be easier for me if you could provide a working TINA schematic with the LMZ14202EXT.
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