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LTSpice model for BC214L

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Andrew Holme, May 8, 2005.

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  1. Andrew Holme

    Andrew Holme Guest

    Does anyone have this information or know where to find it?

    TIA
    Andrew.
     
  2. First, by and large all spice models, are spice models, are spice
    models.

    ..MODEL ZTX214 PNP(IS=11.49f ISE=50f NF=987.2m NE=1.4 BF=330 BR=13
    IKF=100m IKR=12m

    + ISC=14.3f NC=1.1 NR=996m RB=200m RE=400m RC=950m VAR=8.15 VAF=84.56

    + CJE=16p TF=493p CJC=10.5p TR=73.55n MJC=415m VJC=565m)

    I think this is the same one, from zetex.

    Kevin Aylward

    http://www.anasoft.co.uk
    SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
    Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
    Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.
     
  3. Kevin Aylward wrote...
    Yep, here's the same model in Intusoft's fine Spice program.

    ..MODEL ZTX214 PNP BF=330 BR=13 CJC=10.5E-12 CJE=16E-12
    + IKF=.1 IKR=.012 IS=1.149E-14 ISC=1.43E-14 ISE=5E-14
    + MJC=.415 NC=1.1 NE=1.4 NF=.9872 NR=.996 RB=.2 RC=.95 RE=.4
    + TF=.493E-9 TR=73.55E-9 VAF=84.56 VAR=8.15 VJC=.565

    When you see 4-digit numbers like VAF=84.56 and NF=.9872, you
    know these are machine-generated values that may be far off
    the mark, so run some ground-truth tests against real parts.
     
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