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[FAQ] TINA/Spice: How do I know if a model on TI.com is unencrypted?
Part Number: LMV932-N-Q1
Hello, A customer is requesting for an unencrypted spice model of LMV932-N-Q1. However, it is not available for this product,
We found that there is a PSPICE model available from http://www.ti.com/product/LMV931-N/toolssoftware, which, if I'm not mistaken, is the 1-ch version & non-automotive version of LMV932-N-Q1.1. Can we please ask for confirmation if this model can be used?2. Based on the related E2E thread, can we also please request for confirmation if this is an unencrypted version?Thank you very much.Regards,Elisha
Elisha Tarroza71Can we please ask for confirmation if this model can be used?
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In reply to Elisha Tarroza71:
Apologies about the confusion. LMV932-N and LMV931-N share the same PSPICE model. Our models are unencrypted. So please go ahead and use the model available at: http://www.ti.com/product/LMV931-N/toolssoftware.
I've also gone ahead and created a basic circuit for you on TINA-TI. LMV931-N.TSC
This file can be opened in TINA-TI. TINA-TI is a free simulation software available at: http://www.ti.com/tool/TINA-TI.
Please let us know if you've any questions.
In reply to Bala Ravi:
Thank you very much for your reply and for sharing the TINA circuit.
One more question though: do we happen to have an unencrypted version? The customer is requesting for the unencrypted version because he uses Simetrix, and he needs to do MonteCarlo Simulation.
From what I've read before over other E2E threads, the free version of TINA-TI does not support MonteCarlo SimulationThanks again and best regards,Elisha
Sorry that was a typo. Our models are unencrypted. Please share with your customer, the model that's available at: https://www.ti.com/product/LMV931-N/toolssoftware.
That's correct, the free version of TINA-TI doesn't support Monte carlo analysis.
And I just looked up Simetrix specifications. Looks like the simulator can take in files with any extension as long as it's a netlist (SPICE code).
Please let us know if you've any other questions.
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