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simulation model for ltspice

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peter clarke

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Hi, Anyone know where I can find a simulation model for lp339 or lm339 to work on ltspice? Tina-ti spice models do not work on ltspice because the software is different.
 

peter clarke

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I said that the TI models do not work on ltspice because the software is different. one is linear technology the other is TI or texas instruments
 

DerStrom8

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You should join the LTSpice Yahoo group. They have all sorts of models available:

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/LTspice/files

You will need a Yahoo account, but it's free to sign up. Once you do, go to "Files"and do a search for "LM339".
 

DerStrom8

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Peter, do you know how to correctly add models to LTSpice manually?
 

simonbramble

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LTspice works with PSPICE models. So any PSPICE compatible models should work. There are other models available, but these are incompatible
 

ACharnley

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Here's one, I use it and works perfectly. Can't remember where I got it from.

Add an Op-amp, change the "Value" field to LM339 and add a ".sub LM339.sub" directive.

You can use LM339_DIP14 if you want all 4 op-amps.
 

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