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I have not been able to see any way to add some 'real world' parasitics to the schematics that are generated... for instance, TPS62085, I wanted to add a small resistance and inductance between VOS and the output capacitor, to simulate the effects of a 'bad' layout, and there does not seem to be any way to accomplish that, for any of the connections? ?
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In reply to Barry Rowland:
You can use the export to TINA-TI option to modify the schematic and simulate the response.
In reply to Amod Vaze:
That's just dandy, if one has TINA-TI ;-)
My corporate IT will not allow 'unauthorised programs' in the house...
Thanks, Amod; I have neither option, myself, but will check with colleagues who may have a licence, or a floating licence.
It would certainly be much nicer if the 'easy, breezy' Webench would allow a bit wider range of experimentation, but...
Best regards from Austria
Hope you got hold of a license so you could try exporting and simulating the design. Thanks for all the feedback - I will convey it to the team so we can further enhance the tool.
In reply to Miao Gu:
We are currently not supporting thermal simulations in the new HTML5 WEBENCH Power Designer tool. We’re actively developing features that will help you estimate junction temperatures based on your design configuration, and can notify you as soon as the feature is released.
But, I try a simple design : AC-DC power supply 85-250VAC to 5VDC/0.5A not isolated.
A lot of answers but nothing "not isolated" and it's like this option have no effect for the design.
So have you really a not isolated design to make a very low cost power supply ?
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