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UCC28180: UCC28180

Part Number: UCC28180
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI

Hello Kevin, I've been simulating the UCC28180 integrated circuit, but most simulations I've found are for the 6-pin variant.

However, I require an 8-pin version for my circuit. Could you please guide me on where to find this?

  • Hello Irfan, 

    The only simulation models available from TI are the PSpice and TINA-TI models found on the UCC28180 product page: https://www.ti.com/product/UCC28180#design-tools-simulation.  There are no other models available.  

    The UCC28180 device itself is an 8-pin SOIC only.  It comes in no other physical package and there is no "6-pin variant".
    The simulation models show only 6 pins because (in the models) VDD is assumed to be 12V and FREQ is selected as a parameter rather than programmed by a resistance. 
    Despite being labeled as "transient" models, these models are in fact Average models.  They able to simulate certain low-frequency transient behavior, such as start-up, load-steps, and line changes, but they cannot model cycle-by-cycle phenomena. 

    Regards,
    Ulrich