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Part Number: LMR14006
Hi, I downloaded both type of PSpice files from the website: https://www.ti.com/product/LMR14006 and extracted them, saved to a folder called spicelib. When I was creating the new macro on TINA, it gave me different errors. Please see attachments and advise. Thanks!
The model is designed for PSpice simulator, please have a try in this. Thanks.
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In reply to Iven Su:
Did you share a link or attach a new file? By using old file, I traced back the line 741 and found there might be a " * " missing in front of the $. So I edited the file, the file passed the compatibility check and gave me a macro. However it didn't get me DC analysis result. It said the Operating point is not found. Maybe this is the wrong file to use. Please advise where is the correct file. Thanks!
In reply to Linn Wang:
Could you please leave your email address and I will forward your question to the dedicated engineer and copy you at the same time, thanks.
Thanks for following up. I found the Transient Analysis gave me expected result.
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