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Part Number: INA188
Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models
I am trying to measure the input bias current of INA188 by the TINA-TI software. I want to set the INA188 working in 75℃ environment. Can someone tell me how to set the working temperature of the spice models and what the default temperature of the spice models in TINA-TI software is?
Best Regards, Amy Luo
Please go through the below thread.
If you want to change temperature (to other than default value) then you can go tab Analysis-->Set Analysis Parameters and at the first row you will see the parameter "Temperature of Environment". Default value is 27 and you can change it.
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