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Old 30th August 2003, 03:25 PM   #1
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Question Spice Models

Hi - can anyone help with:-

1. Spice models for the MJL21194 and the MJL21193
2. Some direction on how to use these models with LTspice using the .model directive

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Old 3rd September 2003, 09:35 AM   #2
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Try:

http://www.onsemi.com/pub/Collateral/MJL21193.LIB

http://www.onsemi.com/pub/Collateral/MJL21194.LIB

I don't know anything about LTspice; you need to find out how to set the library path so it includes these files; then you can just refer to the part numbers (in this case they're Qmjl21193 and Qmjl21194 ) from the netlist.

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Hi Ian,
Im using LTSpice as well and I got my models working reading this thread.
I never included *.lib files (only *.mod) but think it should work alike.

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Hi - can anyone help with:-

1. Spice models for the MJL21194 and the MJL21193
2. Some direction on how to use these models with LTspice using the .model directive
The easiest way to use a BJT model in LTSpice (provided it's implemented using a .MODEL statement and not .SUBCKT) is to locate the standard.bjt text file in your LTSpice\lib\cmp folder and just paste it in. If you add the LTSpice-specific Vceo, Icrating and mfg parameters, LTSpice will place this information in the "select bipolar transistor" dialog, which can be convenient.
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Appologies for not repling earlier - I tried the ON site - got everthing I wanted - simulation up and runing. Thanks for the help.

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