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Re: [TCML] LTSpice+Encrypted lib/models


I think there are just a few things required to get a library to work (at
least, this is my experience)

1) put a copy of the library file (should be a .lib) in the \lib folder,
which is in the LTC installation folder on your machine (for me it looks
like C:\Program Files(x86)\LTC\LTspiceIV\lib)
2) use the .inc lib_name.lib in your schematic
3) at this point my components list now includes a new part (or group of
parts) that i can drop onto my schematic.

If that doesn't work, send me a link the the fairchild library and i'll try
it myself and report back.


On Tue, Dec 13, 2016 at 11:19 AM, Matthew Sweeney <msweeney23@xxxxxxxxx>

> Hello all, I am working through some activities using LTSpice for
> simulating SSTC designs and need some education :)
> I have an 'encrypted' model file (text) from Fairchild Semi for some of
> their IGBT products and cannot seem to get it working. I've tried the
> .include directive but I still do not understand how to then place a
> component that uses the model itself.
> Any help or links to resources would be greatly appreciated!
> Matt
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