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Triacs in LTspice. Where can I get a model.
Triacs in LTspice. Where can I get a model.
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Old 25th June 2013, 10:31 AM   #11
padamiecki is offline padamiecki  Poland
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Originally Posted by RJM1 View Post
From the LTspice user group...
Just extract the files to a folder and run the .asc
Hi could you be more detailed?
I created an account at yahoo ltspice/switcher cadIII group and could not find TDA2040 model neither asy files...
could you advice the best way to finding ie chip power amps?
thank you in advance
regards, Pawel
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Old 18th November 2013, 05:09 PM   #12
misterandres is offline misterandres
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Hello, I know it's been a while since this thread has any update. But let me try my luck here. I donwnloaded your teccor_triac schematic. V=V(A,B)*I(Rload)...???? Is the voltage source B1 dependent of the Power dissipated on Rload? Even being so, V*I is not a Volt unit, why LTSpice accepts that as a voltage source value?

Please can you clarify this for me (I use LTspice once every few years, so I keep my self very rusted the whole time :-))
Thank you very much,
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