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TINA/Spice/TPS3805H33-Q1: TPS3805H33-Q1 Simulation Model

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Part Number: TPS3805H33-Q1

Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models

Dear experts,

Is a Spice simulation model available for the TPS3805H33-Q1 or functionally similar part? Preferably unencrypted.

I will await your response!


Thank you for your help,
Manuel Chavez

  • Manuel,

    Unfortunately we do not have a spice model for TPS3805.

    We may be able to request one from the model team. Please email me directly at michaeldesando@ti.com for the application details. Thanks!

    -Michael

    Michael DeSando

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  • In reply to Michael_DeSando:

    Hi Michael,

    Thanks for your quick reply! A customer for ISO is looking for a as similar a part as possible, although it's okay if the threshold voltage is < 4.5V.

    Can you please recommend such a part that's Q1 and has a simulation model available? I appreciate your swift response.


    Respectfully,
    Manuel Chavez
  • In reply to Manuel Chavez:

    Manuel,

    I hope you are able to find the spice models of the device you are looking for on the product folder under the Tools and Software tab. Please let me know if you need any additional support. Thanks!

    -Michael

    Michael DeSando

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  • In reply to Michael_DeSando:

    Michael,

    Thank you for your help! I'll use the unencrypted model and test the device's voltage triggering and reset operations. All I have to do is import it! Can you provide information or links to information on importing to Tina or LT?


    Best,
    Manuel Chavez

  • In reply to Manuel Chavez:

    Manuel,

    You must open the SPICE program then click File -> New Symbol
    Then drag the .LIB spice file into the new symbol window.

    The model will then appear as text. Scroll down to the first .SUBCKT line
    highlight the first model name after the ".SUBCKT" on the same line and then right mouse click and select Create Symbol then click yes.

    You can then save the model symbol to be used in your simulation schematic.

    Please let me know if this doesn't work for you.

    -Michael

    Michael DeSando

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  • In reply to Michael_DeSando:

    Michael,

    This is phenomenal - thanks for the details. The model looks perfect!

    I appreciate your help.


    Best,
    Manuel Chavez

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