I'm using LTspice XVII, and I'm having issues generating components from PSPICE component files. Previously, I was able to follow the method of opening the netlist file, highlighting the name, right click and create symbol, but with this new version, some unexpected issues are causing some problems for me.
For the purposes of this issue, I'm using the PSPICE model of the OPA656 from Texas Instruments (comes in a ZIP file marked sbom136b). After unzipping it, I followed the steps mentioned above, and I've generated a user symbol for the op amp.
Just to run a quick test, I had it set up for the following voltage follower configuration to test if it worked.
However, when I run it, I get the following errors:
ERROR: Node U1:I0:I21:1:102 is floating and connected to current source G:U1:I0:I21:1:RA
ERROR: Node U1:I0:I19:1:102 is floating and connected to current source G:U1:I0:I19:1:RA
ERROR: Node U1:I0:I19:1:302 is floating and connected to current source G:U1:I0:I19:1:RC
This is causing my simulation to fail, and I'm not sure how to fix this in the PSPICE model file. It's also strange that with previous versions of LTspice, there was nothing wrong. The model hasn't changed, but the version of LTspice has. What can I do to fix this in the PSPICE file if possible?
EDIT: Sorry for not including it before, but here's a picture of my simulation. I've checked my pins, and they were correct, so the symbol isn't the issue. Like one user said, it's probably something in the PSPICE LIB file. The strange thing is that it was working correctly in previous versions of LTspice, like LTspice IV and VII, but with this new version XVII, it's clearly not.