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TL082A: Design Voltage attenuator by a TL082A
Part Number: TL082A
Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models
TINA is showing some kind of error while compiling the TL082 macro file.Plz any one help me to edit the macro file error.
Can you please screenshot and share a picture of your error?
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In reply to Bala Ravi:
In reply to Aftab Ashraf Av:
Please attach the TINA file in your reply, so I can check what's wrong with it.
Wow, where did that model come from - going into the macro it says it is a THS3091 model , a high output CFA op amp, here is your circuit with the TINA 11 library model - apparently encrypted so you cannot read the macro,
8424.BPF with TL082.TSC
In reply to Michael Steffes:
thank u,the model is from the ti site only.
Well that seems like something worthy of fixing - dropping in the TINA library model, your circuit ran fine.
This TSC file just has a TL082 device placed from the Tina library.
Just copy the device to your TI tina schematic.
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