IPB65R045C7 LTSpice Model

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User20749
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Hello,

I downloaded Spice model for IPB65R045C7. I want to use in LTSpice but I am encountering errors.
I opened the .lib file in LTSpice, right-clicked on the ".SUBCKT IPB65R045C7_L0" and created symbol.
However, when I place the component in the schematic and run the simulation, I get the error message "Cannot open library file".

Additionally - I notice that there are three ".SUBCKT" lines in the .lib file, with L0, L1, or L3 suffixes. What are the differences between these subcircuits, and which one do I choose for modeling my MOSFET.

Any help appreciated - if I am doing something wrong, please let me know.
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User20733
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Hello,

Thanks for the request.

The spice models provided on the product page are compatible with LTspice.

There may be an issue with invoking the library. To resolve this, please follow the steps below.

  1. Click on the .op tab present on the top of the simulation tool.
  2. Type .lib and paste the file path (text file is better)

for more info about the error, please refer the link1.

Infineon L0,L1,L3 model detail given in this link2 

Regards

Vignesh

 

 

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User20733
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Hello,

Thanks for the request.

The spice models provided on the product page are compatible with LTspice.

There may be an issue with invoking the library. To resolve this, please follow the steps below.

  1. Click on the .op tab present on the top of the simulation tool.
  2. Type .lib and paste the file path (text file is better)

for more info about the error, please refer the link1.

Infineon L0,L1,L3 model detail given in this link2 

Regards

Vignesh

 

 

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