I want to use a model for a non-TI device, or a TI device that does not have a model available in PSpice for TI. What do I do?
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PSpice for TI does allow the use of third-party models. Our help pages and support forums are intended for debugging and supporting the PSpice for TI software and TI-developed PSpice models. For issues using 3rd party models in PSpice for TI, please contact the model vendor.
If you would like to use a third party model, we offer a training video for the import and use of third party models here. Please note that some third-party models may also be UNIX files requiring conversion. To convert a UNIX model file for use in a Windows environment, please read our FAQ about converting the file format.
PSpice for TI can only save signals from a maximum of three probes when using a third-party model. If you would like further information on that, please read the FAQ about probing.
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