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TINA/Spice/LM5060: LM5060 model and OVP

Part Number: LM5060

Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models

Does the LM5060 model properly handle the OVP function?

In the attached simulation, which is the eval simulation file slightly modified, there is an OVP event. After the OVP event the output (OUT) goes to -10V, along with the gate (GATE). That doesn't seem right.

It's dependent on the load. In the attached simulation I have a 100 ohm load. A 1K load goes even further negative, and 10 ohm load goes only slightly negative.

I don't have an eval board, so I'm wondering if the model is accurately showing how the part functions.snvma08-overvoltage.tsc

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  • In reply to hwswdesign:

    Hello,

    We will look into this ans get back to you.

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

    Hello,

    The internal diode from OUT to GND is missing in the model, so when the OVP fault occurs, 80uA current sinks from the OUT pin and therefore VOUT goes negative. We will fix the model shortly, but for now you can connect the attached diode model external to the OUT pin to GND for your simulations.

    DIODE.TSM

    Thanks!

  • Hello,

    Model issue has been fixed on the web. You can use the updated model from the below link.

    Regards,

    Bhushan

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