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[FAQ] TINA/Spice: Finding models from Texas Instruments

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Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models

Where do I find various types of models provided by Texas Instruments (PSpice, TINA-TI, SIMPLIS, IBIS, IBIS-AMI, etc.)?

Nikhil Gupta | EDA Development (Machine Learning)                                                                                                                                                    

 

  • All available models from Texas Instruments can be found here (Note: Flash Player required).

    Searching for models

    After clicking on the link above, type in the search box to begin narrowing down results. You can search for part names, descriptions, or types of models. You can also use * as a wild card for zero or more characters. Some examples:

    TPS*Q1: This will show all models for TPS parts that are automotive qualified

    TINA-TI OPA320: This will shhow you the TINA-TI model for OPA320

    TPS*Q1 pspice: This will further narrow down results to those that are PSpice models.

    CSD Pspice: This will show PSpice models for Power MOSFET parts (CSDxxxxx family).

    Unencrypted: This will show all the Power unencrypted models.

    You can also click "Show Only selected" to hide any models that you have not checked off.

    Downloading Models

    If you have a particular product in mind, after finding it on SpiceRack, you can click on the product name to go to the "product folder" where you can download the model from.

    If you want to download multiple models at once, SpiceRack allows you to download up to 200 device models at a time. After narrowing down the list to parts you would like models for, click the "Download Selected" button. This will generate a .zip file with all of the models you checked off, including a manifest of the archive's contents, which may look like this:

    TI Literature Number -> filename.zip "description"

    SLVM164 -> TL431_TINA-TI_TSC_SLVM164.tsc "TL431x, TL432x TINA-TI Transient Reference Design"
    SLVM630 -> TPS2811_PSpice_SLVM630.zip "TPS2811 PSpice Transient Model"

    Please note that your browser's popup blocking may prevent the download from starting. Be sure to allow popups from the SpiceRack page or temporarily disable your popup blocker before you download models.

     

    Revisions

    Some models may include a combination of New or Revision.

    New: The model was released in the last 60 days
    Revision: The model has been revised or updated
    New Revision: The model has been revised in the last 60 days

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