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TINA/Spice/LMG1020: TINA/Spice/LMG1020:

Part Number: LMG1020

Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models

I looked on the TI website and found spice models I need for simulation.  However, they are encrypted.  Does anyone have an encryption key or an un-encrypted LMG1020 spice model?  

Thanks,

    Erik

  • Hi Erik,

    I'll check internally to find if the unencrypted model for this part could be released to Web or not and get back to you.
    Thanks for your patience.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Abhisek
    • All TI Spice Models can be found here | All WEBENCH supported devices can be found here
      New to TINA-TI? It's a free spice simulator! Try out this short Video Training Series
  • In reply to Abhishek Tripathy:

    Hi Erik,

    For the LMG1020 device , unfortunately an unencrypted SPICE model is not available for distribution. I apologize for any inconvenience.

    Regards,
    Abhisek
    • All TI Spice Models can be found here | All WEBENCH supported devices can be found here
      New to TINA-TI? It's a free spice simulator! Try out this short Video Training Series
  • In reply to Abhishek Tripathy:

    can not get unencrypted model
  • In reply to Erik Hedberg:

    Hi Erik,

    As Abhisek mentioned, we are unable to provide the unencrypted model here, but in order to assist you further with this specific request, please submit your requirements to the forum below. The experts there will be able to guide you on this topic.

    Nikhil Gupta | Product Folder Modeling                                                                                                                                                    

    All TI Spice Models can be found here | New to TINA-TI? Its a free spice simulator! Try out this short Video Training Series

     

  • In reply to Erik Hedberg:

    I am now trying to run encrypted model for the LMG1090. It fails with the error message that the netlist has too few components. Can you advise me as to what I need to know to run an encrypted model? Are there any restrictions with operating platforms, access, or anything else.

    Thank you very much,

        Erik

  • In reply to Erik Hedberg:

    Hi Erik,

    I think you mean LMG1020 and not LMG1090. LMG1020 is working fine for me in TINA-TI. Please make sure that you are using the latest version of TINA-TI (9.3.150.328).

    Nikhil Gupta | Product Folder Modeling                                                                                                                                                    

    All TI Spice Models can be found here | New to TINA-TI? Its a free spice simulator! Try out this short Video Training Series

     

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

    You are using TINA-TI for your simulation. Does the LMG1020 encrypted model work under Pspice, Spice, LTspice, or Altium platforms also?
  • In reply to Erik Hedberg:

    The encrypted PSpice model will only work in PSpice 15.7 and above. It can not be used in another simulator since that simulator is not capable of decrypting the model. Did the issue you describe occur in PSpice?

    "It fails with the error message that the netlist has too few components."

    Nikhil Gupta | Product Folder Modeling                                                                                                                                                    

    All TI Spice Models can be found here | New to TINA-TI? Its a free spice simulator! Try out this short Video Training Series

     

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