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Beckhoff is known for its wide range of PC-based automation components and solutions for industrial use. Fanless ultra-compact industrial PC C6025 is very reliable and robust in terms of EMI, signal and power integrity. Thousand of rules had to be observed in design process an this was easily managed in Allegro Constraint Manager. Real time design rule checks provided the designer with immediate feedback.
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OMICRON creates highly reliable designs with OrCAD. With more than 1300 components on a 12-layer PCB the layout is dense and the formfactor is adding complexity to the design task. Online design rule checks helped to respect all constraints and build a design following all design rules for power and high-speed. The rules have to be compliant with IEC standards for electrical power systems.
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With Release 17.4, OrCAD and Allegro have a revised user interface. The dialog windows have been revised and some explanations have been added to make working with complex settings even more intuitive. Also new is a dark theme for Capture and for PCB Editor.
Indesign Analysis allows the layout designer to perform standardized SI and PI simulation in PCB Editor himself and thus interactively improve the layout without external help. The designer can optimize about 80% of the critical points of his layout by himself.
Celsius Thermal Solver seamlessly integrates with Cadence IC, package, and Allegro PCB platforms. Fast and accurate parallel simulation enables new system analysis and design insights and empowers electrical design teams to detect and mitigate thermal issues early in the design process—reducing electronic system development iterations. Engineers can combine Cadence Celsius and Sigrity in an accurate electrical and thermal co-simulation (steady-state and transient) system-level thermal simulation for PCB and IC-Packaging based on the actual flow of electrical power.
Managing PCB manufacturing requirements is becoming more and more extensive. The solution for PCB manufacturers and layouters: Cadence's DesignTrue DFM Portal for project-related DFM rules requests. It allows to generate DFM-compliant production data without additional effort, since violations are already eliminated in the layout. With DFM-compliant production data, queries or project delays can be avoided, production processes improved and costs saved.
Product developers can gain detailed insights by using simulation software and virtual prototypes. Our free webinar on September 12, 2019 at 03:00 p.m. will show how quickly and easily ANSYS Discovery Live can create interactive calculations and visualizations of physical relationships. Expert knowledge for usual setup of pre- and post-processing, networking algorithms etc. is not necessary.
With the automated design analysis tool ANSYS Sherlock, insights into the expected reliability can be gained early in the product development process. Whether temperature fluctuations, moisture, corrosion, load changes, deformations, vibrations, shock, whether during production, during transport or in years of operation - all these physical effects can be analyzed together in one tool. Developers, test engineers and quality assurance officers can calculate the lifecycle of the product at an early stage and save enormous costs.