Part Number: LM5116
Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools
1. I want to do an AC analysis for my Buck converter. For which I need an Average model of LM5116. It is available in Psipce. I am using the Tina12 Industrial version. How Can I import it into Tina12?
Currently, I tried it with the Transient model. I am getting the below error (Screenshot attached.). What is this error. And How to resolve it? I tried changing the analysis parameter too. Attaching the Simulation file as well.
2. The link is a good tutorial for learning. Although it doesn't show how to change parameters such as crossover frequency or doing measurements in webench. Can you tell me more about it?
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Yes, you would need average model to run AC analysis and please find link below for LM5116 Unencrypted average available on WEB.
You may import this file to TINA-TI. Please find instructions here:
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In reply to Imran Dharwad:
Thanks for your response. The Steps Shown are only applicable for.TSM Format. When I go to Insert->Macro, It is asking me to select a.TSM file. How to Import .lib files?
In reply to Vishal Kakade1:
Please refer to page no.4. The sec heading is "Creating the TINA-TI macromodel".
Hope this helps!
I watched the below Video "
Now I have .lib and .tld file. After saving them, I copied them to tina>spicelib. It is showing the component. But when I try to import, Getting the below error.
After clicking on yes, Its reappearing. How to resolve it?
That video link isn't working. Please resend if you still have the issue.
In reply to Timothy Hegarty:
Can you tell me how to import .lib files into tina.
I will refer you to Imran, our modeling expert.
Ok. I would also like to know how to set analysis parameters. I am facing convergence errors during the transient simulation of SMPS. (Can you suggest any document or video training?)
Imran is out of office today, but will reply to you as soon as he's back.
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