***Simulate IGBT using data sheet in LTSpice ***

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artmaster547

Joined Jan 6, 2016
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crutschow

Joined Mar 14, 2008
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It's difficult to generate a decent Spice model from a data sheet.
The parameters used in a Spice model are generally quite different from the parameters given in a spec sheet.
 

Bordodynov

Joined May 20, 2015
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Use LTspiceXVII. It contains the built-in model IGBT. Copy the symbol mesfet.sym in IGBT.sym and correct it.
Take the parameters by default, but then test, having created test schemes. Select the parameters to models. I have described that has did I if me was a necessary model.
 

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artmaster547

Joined Jan 6, 2016
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Use LTspiceXVII. It contains the built-in model IGBT. Copy the symbol mesfet.sym in IGBT.sym and correct it.
Take the parameters by default, but then test, having created test schemes. Select the parameters to models. I have described that has did I if me was a necessary model.
hi ok I didn't realise there was a new version of LTSpice, how do I set the parameters of the IGBT?
 

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artmaster547

Joined Jan 6, 2016
409
Use LTspiceXVII. It contains the built-in model IGBT. Copy the symbol mesfet.sym in IGBT.sym and correct it.
Take the parameters by default, but then test, having created test schemes. Select the parameters to models. I have described that has did I if me was a necessary model.
would you mind creating me one in LTSpice that has the characteristics of the one I included a datasheet for, would be extremely greatful thanks Art
 
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