Ultra Librarian Adds EDA And MCAD Models

EMA Design Automation announces the availability of symbols, footprints, and 3D models for all Power Integrations components, which anyone can access for free.  “With this new set of models, engineers can simply download the library components they need for their Power Integrations based designs,” said Manny Marcano, president and CEO of EMA.  “Having access to these verified models saves engineering time and eliminates mistakes that can occur when manually building part models.”

 

All of the models are created based on Power Integrations specifications, and the symbols, footprints, and 3D models are built to function correctly together.  All features such as matching pin names and numbers, accurate cross-probing between symbols and footprints, and 3D models are precisely aligned with the footprints.  The models go through more than 30 checks during creation by the Ultra Librarian team and are then verified by Power Integrations engineers.  The Ultra Librarian 3D models are more accurate than generic 3D models, which can be important when there are tight space requirements.  The Power Integrations models are downloadable in over 20 CAD formats, making them available for almost all EDA and CAD design tools.

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Models can be downloaded from ultralibrarian.com, power.com, and digikey.com. For more information, visit Ultra Librarian and/or call 585-334-6001. Also visit EMA and Power Integrations.

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