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How do I avoid convergence issues when TI models are imported into SIMetrix?
Nikhil Gupta | Product Folder Modeling
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(1) Please make sure that you are using the latest version of SIMetrix (8.20 and above) since it has several PSpice model import and compatibility enhancements over the older versions.
(2) Also, please ensure that you are importing the unencrypted model into SIMetrix. Models encrypted in other tools like PSpice and TINA-TI cannot be imported into SIMetrix. For more information on this topic, please see this FAQ: https://e2e.ti.com/support/tools/sim-hw-system-design/f/234/t/692613
While the following instructions cannot guarantee that all circuits will work, it has been found to work for a majority of applications that we have tested. Following these best practices should be the starting point for any PSpice model import into SIMetrix.
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