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kevinkr 13th November 2011 11:20 PM

GM70 and Other LTSpice Tube Models
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by artosalo (Post 2779775)
Could you possibly share the spice model for 6P41S and 6P9P ?

I have plenty of these tubes but not Spice models.
Also I am looking for Spice models of soviet tubes in general.

** GM70 ************************************************** **********
* Created on Sun Nov 13 19:04:11 EST 2011 using tube.model.finder.PaintKIT
* Traced by Kevin Kennedy and revised for LTSpice compatibility
*--------------------------------------------------
.SUBCKT GM70 1 2 3 ; P G K ;
+ PARAMS: MU=7.644 EX=1.274 KG1=1455.0 KP=135.0 KVB=24.75 VCT=0.2320
* Vp_MAX=2000.0 Ip_MAX=0.3 Vg_step=20.0
*--------------------------------------------------
E1 7 0 VALUE={V(1,3)/KP*LOG(1+EXP(KP*(1/MU+(VCT+V(2,3))/SQRT(KVB+V(1,3)*V(1,3)))))}
RE1 7 0 1E9
G1 1 3 VALUE={(PWR(V(7),EX)+PWRS(V(7),EX))/KG1}
RCP 1 3 1E9 ; TO AVOID FLOATING NODES
CCG 2 3 8p ; CATHODE-GRID
CGP 2 1 12p ; GRID=PLATE
CCP 1 3 4p ; CATHODE-PLATE
D3 5 3 DX ; FOR GRID CURRENT
RGI 2 5 2000 ; FOR GRID CURRENT
.MODEL DX D(IS=1N RS=1 CJO=10PF TT=1N)
.ENDS GM70

Perhaps this is of interest and hopefully not too far OT.

Edit: Note that I have replaced the model with one that will work properly in LTSpice and also revised CCG, CGP, CCP values to reflect the data sheet. Hopefully it works OK.. (Seems to behave more or less as I would expect in a quick run.) Note that I have removed an earlier version and replaced it with this so you should check to see if this is what you have.

kevinkr 14th November 2011 04:15 PM

Model seems to function reasonably based on simulation results. As always YMMV..
Please feel free to add models here, particularly of some of the more obscure Russian and German types.

aeandm 14th November 2011 05:07 PM

Hello
I have GM-70 and want build SE.Plate voltage 950V, P=20VA.
I don't know how supply cathode. I use electronic filter in my preamp,
but P=60VA? I hear this tube, it is HI-FI!

aeandm

kevinkr 14th November 2011 05:15 PM

I can recommend Rod Coleman's large DHT CCS based on my own experience.

Here is the data sheet I used to generate my model: http://www.mif.pg.gda.pl/homepages/f...084/g/GM70.pdf

An alternative data sheet is here: http://www.mif.pg.gda.pl/homepages/f...018/g/GM70.pdf

Filament power consumption is 60W (3A x 20V) and for SE operation needs to be DC for low noise.

The GM70 sounds very good.

artosalo 14th November 2011 05:17 PM

Thanks a lot kevinkr.

Indeed, I am searching for spice models for Soviet tubes.
All models will be gratefully received.

kevinkr 15th November 2011 03:32 AM

6S19P
 
** 6S19P ************************************************** **********
* Created on Mon Nov 14 22:57:01 EST 2011 using tube.model.finder.PaintKIT
* Traced by Kevin Kennedy
*--------------------------------------------------
.SUBCKT 6S19P 1 2 3 ; P G K ;
+ PARAMS: CCG=6.5P CGP=8P CCP=2.5P RGI=2000
+ MU=2.3520 EX=1.526 KG1=2235.0 KP=19.5 KVB=1.875 VCT=0.0280
* Vp_MAX=380.0 Ip_MAX=0.15 Vg_step=20.0
*--------------------------------------------------
E1 7 0 VALUE={V(1,3)/KP*LOG(1+EXP(KP*(1/MU+(VCT+V(2,3))/SQRT(KVB+V(1,3)*V(1,3)))))}
RE1 7 0 1G
G1 1 3 VALUE={(PWR(V(7),EX)+PWRS(V(7),EX))/KG1}
RCP 1 3 1G ; TO AVOID FLOATING NODES
C1 2 3 {CCG} ; CATHODE-GRID
C2 2 1 {CGP} ; GRID=PLATE
C3 1 3 {CCP} ; CATHODE-PLATE
D3 5 3 DX ; FOR GRID CURRENT
R1 2 5 {RGI} ; FOR GRID CURRENT
.MODEL DX D(IS=1N RS=1 CJO=10PF TT=1N)
.ENDS 6S19P

Again provided without warranty, but it does seem to work OK in LTSpice. I had a little more trouble matching the curves on this one, not quite as close as I would have liked, but within a few % or better.

TheGimp 15th November 2011 04:05 AM

Here are the 6P41S and 6J9P:

I made the model for the 6P41S using "Paint_KIP.jar" from this site:

Model Paint Tools: Trace Tube Parameters over Plate Curves, Interactively

Both models suffer from g2 not accuratly depicting screen current at low current levels. I have seen the same problem with Koren models for 6V6, so this seems to be a common problem.

** 6P41S ************************************************** **********
* Created on Wed Jun 15 21:32:10 EDT 2011 using tube.model.finder.PaintKIP
* model URL:
*--------------------------------------------------
.SUBCKT PENT_6P41S 1 2 3 4 ; P G K G2
+ PARAMS: CCG=3P CGP=1.4P CCP=1.9P RGI=2000
+ MU=91.184 EX=1.3719 KG1=275.0 KG2=4500.0 KP=10.65 KVB=45.0 ; Vp_MAX=420.0 Ip_M
AX=0.256 Vg_step=1.0
*--------------------------------------------------
RE1 7 0 1MEG ; DUMMY SO NODE 7 HAS 2 CONNECTIONS
E1 7 0 VALUE= ; E1 BREAKS UP LONG EQUATION FOR G1.
+{V(4,3)/KP*LOG(1+EXP((1/MU+V(2,3)/V(4,3))*KP))}
G1 1 3 VALUE={(PWR(V(7),EX)+PWRS(V(7),EX))/KG1*ATAN(V(1,3)/KVB)}
G2 4 3 VALUE={(EXP(EX*(LOG((V(4,3)/MU)+V(2,3)))))/KG2}
RCP 1 3 1G ; FOR CONVERGENCE
C1 2 3 {CCG} ; CATHODE-GRID 1
C2 1 2 {CPG1} ; GRID 1-PLATE
C3 1 3 {CCP} ; CATHODE-PLATE
R1 2 5 {RGI} ; FOR GRID CURRENT
D3 5 3 DX ; FOR GRID CURRENT
.MODEL DX D(IS=1N RS=1 CJO=10PF TT=1N)
.ENDS

The 6J9P is a hodgepodge of bits and peices I stitched together and follows:

*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
*
* Filename: 6J9P.inc 6-14-2011
* Simulator: LTSpice
* Device type: Pentode
* Device model: 6J9P
*
* Author: Steven Parfitt
* Date: 6-14-2011
* Copyright: (C)

* Pins A Anode
* S Screen
* G Grid
* K Cathode
*
*----------------------------------------------------------------------
*
* The following parameters are not modelled:
*
* (1) Heater
*
* Please note that this model is bits and pieces taken from several sources and as such
* is provided "as is" with no warranty or other guarantee of its suitability
* for any application.
*
*
.SUBCKT 6J9P A S G K

.PARAM VA0=100
.PARAM VS0=150
.PARAM VG0=-1
.PARAM IA0=43m
.PARAM IS0=5m

.PARAM MU=72

.PARAM STEPEN=1.5

.PARAM KSA=0.1
.PARAM NORM=PWR((VS0/MU+VG0),STEPEN)
.PARAM PEREGIB=1000
.PARAM NORM2=(2*PWR(VA0,2)+VA0)/(2*PWR(VA0,2)+VA0+PEREGIB)
Bgs gs2 0 V=PWR((URAMP(V(S,K)/MU+V(G,K))),STEPEN)/(NORM)
Bn n 0 V=V(A,K)/(V(gs2)+1u)
Bat WIN 0 V=(2*PWR(V(n),2)+V(n))/(2*PWR(V(n),2)+V(n)+PEREGIB)/(NORM2)
Banode cc 0 V=V(gs2)*V(WIN)
*
* Calculate anode current
*
Ba A K I=(IA0+IS0)*V(cc)*(1-KSA)
*
* Calculate screen current
*
Bscrn sc 0 V=V(gs2)*(1-V(WIN))
Bs S K I=(IA0+IS0)*V(sc)*(1-KSA)+KSA*((IA0+IS0)*V(cc))
*
* Grid current (approximation - does not model low va/vs)
*
Bg G K I=PWR((URAMP(V(G,K)),1.5))*50E-6+V(G,K)/30Meg
*
* Capacitances
*
Cg1 G K 13.5p
Cak A S1 1.8p
Cg1a G A 0.045p
R1 S1 K 0.01
Cs1 S1 G 1p
Cgs G S 3p



.ENDS

Both suffer from low screen current at low plate current values. This seems to be typical for pentode/tetrode models as I've seen the same problem with 6V6 and 6L6 models.

jazbo8 22nd January 2012 06:38 AM

Gurskii - A Simple Tube Simulation Improvement
 
1 Attachment(s)
In the Feb 2011 issue of Audio Xpress, Dr. Gurskii presented an improvement on the Koren model for tubes with screen grid. For simulating the screen current, we can use the equation shown in the attachment.

e.g. for EF86 would be
G2 8 3 VALUE={(PWR(V(7),EX)+PWRS(V(7),EX))/KC*(2.5708-ATAN(V(1,3)/KVB))}

Hope this helps with screen current...
Jaz

payloadde 25th January 2012 07:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jazbo8 (Post 2873144)

e.g. for EF86 would be
G2 8 3 VALUE={(PWR(V(7),EX)+PWRS(V(7),EX))/KC*(2.5708-ATAN(V(1,3)/KVB))}

Jaz

Jaz,
I can't find parameter <KC> in Koren's model. Can you explain ?

******************
.SUBCKT EF86 1 2 3 4 ; A G2 G1 C (Pentode)
* Philips data sheet AKA 6CF8 and 6267 Z729 EF806
* library format: LTSpice 02-Jun-2008
X1 1 2 3 4 PENTODE1 MU=34.90 EX=1.350 KG1=2648.1 KG2=4500 KP=222.06 KVB=4.7 VCT=0.00 RGI=2000 CCG=4.3p CPG1=0.6p CCP=5.1p ;
.ENDS EF86

jerluwoo 25th January 2012 10:45 PM

Here is a link with two model files that have many common tubes that work with ltspice. :: View topic - Updated Tube Models


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