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Part Number: LM237
Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models
I was using the "Find a component" tool in TINA and the TI WEBENCH SpiceRack Device Model Search, and it seems that the two component model lists are different for me. I downloaded TINA somewhat recently so I cant imagine my program is out of date. So my question really is: Is there a way to update my component list in the TINA program that I have? (e.g. SpiceRack has the LM237 listed but I cant find it using the "Find a component" tool).
Nikhil Gupta | EDA Development (Machine Learning)
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In reply to Nikhil Gupta (Product Folder Models):
In reply to Nicholas Hellenbrand:
You can just click on "Insert Macro" and point to the TSM file that you want to import. If you are new to TINA-TI, kindly consider going through the short video training link below.
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