I'm running PSpice for TI. I would like to get some common NPN transistor models for my designs. There are several libraries which have been automatically installed with this tool, including one from Texas Instruments. The one from TI does not provide any transistors with their libraries, and the PSpice library offers three NPN transistors.
The PSpice.com website (https://www.pspice.com/discrete/bipolar-transistor) shows that many transistors are available from the Cadence PSpice library.
How can I download some of those transistor models?
Libraries which are mentioned under above link of pspice.com are shipped only with licensed version of the tool.
In PSpiceTI, you can find out few NPN and PNP transistors which comes with the tool. Go to main menu 'Place > Pspice Component > Search'
and you can see and use them as follows:
If you wish to use any specific set on transistor models, you can always check with the vendor for model library files and configure them in PSpiceTI.
Thank you for the link. I think I'll find it useful.
Yes...was aware of those parts, but I do not know their specifications. They have no reference to a data sheet, so they are just placeholders until a part with known specs can replace them.
Thank you for your input.
Yes...I was aware of that, so yesterday I had spent eight hours compiling a list of those sources. And as you probably know, each supplier can be distinguished by how well they present their models in an easy list to read while also showing their specs and pricing.