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#1 May 15, 2018
chaitanyab
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Difference between -102 and -101 models

Hi ,

 

I am seeing a major difference between TLC2274/102 and TLC2274/101 working. There are many components in the library which don't match the exact manufacturing part number. 

also there are Pspice Parts TLC2274/5_1 and TLC2274/5_2 for this 5_1 and 5_2 is common for many models. Any idea what this prefix means?

 

Regards,

 

Chaitanya 

Sat, 2018-09-15 02:14
alok
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Does this help?

 

A listing of the models and filenames included in this release is in the
* catalog below.  The file naming convention is straightforward:  the
* FILENAME is same as the DEVICE NAME, with a three-character EXTENSION
* that indicates the supply voltage and macromodel level.

* The first 2 characters of the EXTENSION designate supply voltage, as
* follows:
*          1_ . . . 1.4 V
*          3_ . . . 3 V
*          5_ . . . 5 V
*          10 . . . 10 V (or +-5 V)
*          30 . . . 30 V (or +-15 V)
*          40 . . . 40 V (or +-20 V)

* The third character of the EXTENSION is either "1" or "2" for Level 1 or
* Level 2, respectively.  For example, a 5 V Level 2 macromodel for the
* TLC2272 op amp is located in the file "TLC2272.5_2".

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