2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 15, 2015 6:22 PM by yth

    a problem at HyperLynx Analog Simulation PIN Mapping

    yth

      As shown, how do you know which pin symbol which pin corresponds SPICE Models?Thank you!

      无标题.png

        • 1. Re: a problem at HyperLynx Analog Simulation PIN Mapping
          Gary_Lameris

          Good point, I couldn't find it in the help either.  I will file an document update request.

           

          Below is the pin mapping.

          * MACRO OPAMP MODEL

          *                  19  21  24  9  7

          *                  :  :  :  :  :

          * OPAMPPNPD PinSeq: IN- IN+ OUT VCC VEE

          • 2. Re: a problem at HyperLynx Analog Simulation PIN Mapping
            yth

            Thank you very much for your reply!

            Here is my download of ST's TS393 SPICE Models, front is written:

            TS393 spice macromodel

            * CONNECTIONS :

            * 1 NON-INVERTING INPUT

            * 2 INVERTING INPUT

            * 3 POSITIVE POWER SUPPLY

            * 4 NEGATIVE POWER SUPPLY

            * 5 OUTPUT

             

            But later it is written:

            .SUBCKT TS393 2 1 44 55 33

             

            Import mDX Designer VX also shows:   2 1 44 55 33,

             

            Consult previous 1,2,3,4,5 behalf Pin Order it?That is the following correspondence between?

             

            Pin Order        symbol Pin Description                       SPICE Models Pin

            * 1                    NON-INVERTING INPUT                       2

            * 2                    INVERTING INPUT                               1

            * 3                    POSITIVE POWER SUPPLY                44

            * 4                   NEGATIVE POWER SUPPLY                55

            * 5                   OUTPUT                                              33

             

             

             

             

            * WARNING : please consider following remarks before usage

            *

            * 1) All models are a tradeoff between accuracy and complexity (ie. simulation

            *    time).

            * 2) Macromodels are not a substitute to breadboarding, they rather confirm the

            *    validity of a design approach and help to select surrounding component values.

            *

            * 3) A macromodel emulates the NOMINAL performance of a TYPICAL device within

            *    SPECIFIED OPERATING CONDITIONS (ie. temperature, supply voltage, etc.).

            *    Thus the macromodel is often not as exhaustive as the datasheet, its goal

            *    is to illustrate the main parameters of the product.

            *

            * 4) Data issued from macromodels used outside of its specified conditions

            *    (Vcc, Temperature, etc) or even worse: outside of the device operating

            *    conditions (Vcc, Vicm, etc) are not reliable in any way.

            *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

            * TS393 spice macromodel

            * CONNECTIONS :

            * 1 NON-INVERTING INPUT

            * 2 INVERTING INPUT

            * 3 POSITIVE POWER SUPPLY

            * 4 NEGATIVE POWER SUPPLY

            * 5 OUTPUT

            *

            **********************************************************

            .SUBCKT TS393 2 1 44 55 33

            EVCCP 4 0 44 0 1.0

            EVCCN 5 0 55 0 1.0

            VREADIO 3 33 DC 0

            G_ICCSAT 44 55 VALUE= {7.5E-6 + 5.0E-7*V(44,55)}

            G_IOUT_SINKED 55 0 VALUE={IF (V(1)<V(2), 0, I(VreadIo))}

            .MODEL MDTH D IS=1E-11 KF=1.050321E-32 CJO=10F

            .MODEL DIDEAL D N=0.1 IS=1E-08

            * INPUT STAGE

            CIP 2 5 1.000000E-12

            CIN 1 5 1.000000E-12

            EIP 10 0 2 0 1

            EIN 16 0 1 0 1

            RIP 10 11 6.500000E+01

            RIN 15 16 6.500000E+01

            RIS 11 15 1.939046E+02

            DIP 11 12 MDTH 400E-12

            DIN 15 14 MDTH 400E-12

            VOFP 12 13 DC 0.000000E+00

            VOFN 13 14 DC 0

            IPOL 13 0 100E-06

            CPS 11 15 8.5E-09

            DINN 17 13 MDTH 400E-12

            VIN 17 5 0.000000e+00

            DINR 15 18 MDTH 400E-12

            VIP 4 18 1.200000E+00

            FCP 4 5 VOFP 0.00

            FCN 5 4 VOFN 0.00

            FIBP 2 0 VOFN 2.000000E-08

            FIBN 0 1 VOFP 2.000000E-08

            * AMPLIFYING STAGE

            RG1 5 19 2.8E+05

            RG2 4 19 2.8E+05

            DONM 21 19 MDTH 400E-12

            HONM 21 27 VOUT 3000

            VINM 5 27 135

            DOP 19 25 MDTH 400E-12

            VOP 4 25 1.097

            DON 24 19 MDTH 400E-12

            VON 24 5 1.097

            FIP 0 19 VOFP 104

            FIN 0 19 VOFN 104

            EOUT 26 23 19 5 1

            VOUT 23 5 0V

            RFUIT 126 5 2.5E+09

            DOUT 126 26 DIDEAL 400E-12

            ROUT 126 3 28.33

            .ENDS