Simulation file for FDG6320C not working for PSpice v17.2

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  1. Avshi

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    Jan 16, 2015
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    I've not used PSpice a whole lot, so I may be missing something here, but this is what I did so far:

    I imported the .mod file into pspice (File -> import -> pspice) and have "Consolidate all Schematic files into one Design file" and "Convert to new project type" check boxes checked.
    I press okay and i get 0 warnings 0 errors. There are two components in this library now, the FDG6320CN and the FDG6320CP. I place the components and try to run a simple Time domain simulation and I get the response below. Can someone help me to get this simulation file working? You can get the file from their product page here under the models tab.





    ** Creating circuit file "Generic.cir"

    ** WARNING: THIS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED FILE MAY BE OVERWRITTEN BY SUBSEQUENT SIMULATIONS





    *Libraries:

    * Profile Libraries :

    * Local Libraries :

    * From [PSPICE NETLIST] section of C:\SPB_Data\cdssetup\OrCAD_PSpice\17.2.0\PSpice.ini file:

    .lib "nomd.lib"





    *Analysis directives:

    .TRAN 0 1000ns 0

    .OPTIONS ADVCONV

    .PROBE64 V(alias(*)) I(alias(*)) W(alias(*)) D(alias(*)) NOISE(alias(*))

    .INC "..\SCHEMATIC1.net"













    **** INCLUDING SCHEMATIC1.net ****

    * source NEG VOLTAGE SWITCH

    R_R1 N00122 0 1k TC=0,0

    V_V2 N001670 0 -3.3Vdc

    V_V4 N00520 0

    +PULSE -7 0 0 1ns 1ns 5ns 10ns

    X_U2 N00122 N001670 N00520 N009263 FDG6320CP

    V_V5 N009263 0 0Vdc

    X_U3 N01318 N010381 N01262 N010383 FDG6320CN

    V_V6 N010383 0 0Vdc

    R_R2 N01262 0 1k TC=0,0

    V_V7 N01318 0

    +PULSE -7 0 0 1ns 1ns 5ns 10ns

    V_V8 N010381 0 3.3Vdc





    **** RESUMING Generic.cir ****

    .END





    ERROR(ORPSIM-15108): Subcircuit FDG6320CP used by X_U2 is undefined





    ERROR(ORPSIM-15108): Subcircuit FDG6320CN used by X_U3 is undefined
     
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