IGOT60R070D1 non-encrypted spice model

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User16873
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Hello,

I am using the provided simulation models of IGOT60R070D1 to evaluate the power losses on a half-bridge LLC circuit. I run simulation on SIMetrix-SIMPLIS Elements 8.20 and LTSpice XVII but both the software get errors with the encrypted Spice model. Could you provide the non-encrypted models for the simulation?

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Anshika_G
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Hello,
Thankyou for posting on Infineon Community.

The non-encrypted models cannot be made available online. Please contact local sales team/FAE for it.

Regards,
Anshika

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User270
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I think the reason for the encryption of simulation models is to protect intellectual property. Are you using full version of Simplis, whih probably can handle encrypted model?
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Anshika_G
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50 likes received 250 replies posted 100 solutions authored

Hello,
Thankyou for posting on Infineon Community.

The non-encrypted models cannot be made available online. Please contact local sales team/FAE for it.

Regards,
Anshika

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