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[FAQ] PSPICE-FOR-TI: How do I use my own diode (BJT, MOSFET ...) model for the breakout part in PSpice for TI?

Part Number: PSPICE-FOR-TI

PSpice for TI provides symbols for SPICE primitives such as BJT, MOSFET and DIODE. A generic model is provided but you can modify them to use your own device models. Here is an example.

  1. Instantiate the part DbreakZ. It will call a model named “dbreak” during simulation.

  2. Right-click this instance and select "View PSpice Model", if your simulation profile is configured correctly, the model should be displayed:

  3. Now, select the instance and right click, then select “Edit Properties”:
  4. Right click the property “Implementation” and select “Edit”:

  5. Enter the name of your own diode model:

  6. OK the pop-up, close the property editor and OK the undo warning.
  7. Make sure the LIB file containing myZener is configured in your simulation profile (right click the instance and select "View PSpice Model" and it should be shown).

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