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vigneshkumar
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Hello,

SiC library is not compatible with the TINA cloud. You can use the SImetrix

If other device you want import . please follow the below steps.

  •               Select File->New, create a new circuit
  •               Click menu bar symbol (+ green icon) and click “Upload macro…”
  •               Name your model, select “from file”, and browse to your SPICE model in .SUBCKT format

                         (please remove other subcircuit in the libray)

  •               Click on “Upload”
  •              Click menu bar symbol (+ green icon) and click “insert Macro” you can select the model.

Regards

Vignesh

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vigneshkumar
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Hello brodonh,

Thanks for the request.

Are you having trouble selecting or importing parts in Infineon Designer? If so, you can log in to this link and choose the parts as shown in the picture below.

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If this solution doesn't solve your problem, please provide more details about your issue so that I can better assist you.

Regards

Vignesh

 

 

 

 

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brodonh
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Hello Vignesh,

Thank you for responding.

The dropdown list of Infineon products that you are referring to, does not contain Silicon Carbide Mosfet. 

I desire to simulate a circuit with Infineon designer  and use a Silicon Carbide Mosfet and a recommended driver.

Exactly how would you, Sir, accomplish this?

Sincerely,

brodonh

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vigneshkumar
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25 likes received 250 sign-ins 50 solutions authored

Hello,

SiC library is not compatible with the TINA cloud. You can use the SImetrix

If other device you want import . please follow the below steps.

  •               Select File->New, create a new circuit
  •               Click menu bar symbol (+ green icon) and click “Upload macro…”
  •               Name your model, select “from file”, and browse to your SPICE model in .SUBCKT format

                         (please remove other subcircuit in the libray)

  •               Click on “Upload”
  •              Click menu bar symbol (+ green icon) and click “insert Macro” you can select the model.

Regards

Vignesh

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