Models & simulators

Analog simulation programs with PSpice® for TI, TINA-TI and the PCB thermal calculator

PSpice for TI

PSpice® for TI is a design and simulation environment created to help you quickly select the right device for your design. With this tool you can analyze more components leveraging the proven PSpice technology from Cadence®. PSpice for TI makes  system-level circuit simulation easy using a built in library of TI models and PSpice analog behavioral models. Created using the OrCAD Capture software, you have the confidence in accessing the schematic environment as well as the simulation capabilities. Built on this strong foundation, you can seamlessly access the entire TI model library along with resources such as data sheets and model details. Available at no cost, you can easily evaluate, verify and debug your designs. PSpice for TI is a powerful simulation and design tool that can help you reduce development time and get to market faster.

Questions on PSpice for TI

Need a quick reference to start using the PSpice for TI tool? From getting tool access to helping with complex simulations, we have the answers to your questions.

Getting Started with PSpice for TI

This online training guides you through the steps to start working with this simulator. Find video content to help launch the tool or advanced resources to simulate complex mixed signal designs.

Simplify the simulation process

This technical article outlines how to use PSpice for TI to evaluate, verify and debug your analog circuits. Learn how this powerful design and simulation tool can reduce your development time.


Virtual instruments allow you to select input waveforms and probe circuit nodes voltages and waveforms to quick-start your design. TINA also has extensive post-processing capability that allows you to format results the way you want them.

PCB thermal calculator

Get a quick thermal analysis of your PCB with our thermal calculator.

Using Thermal Calculation Tools for Analog Devices

This document provides general guidance on the use of tools and calculations for thermal estimates of component operating temperatures for analog devices.