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March, 2020


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Page 89 Flex Improves Power Designer Software


San Jose, CA — Flex Power Modules has added new features to make its Power Designer software even easier to use for digital power system design, as well as broadening the products it supports. The new version 3.2 will save engineers time when developing their power systems, as well as reduc- ing the risk of any problems with their design. The 3.2 version adds a time-saving numeric


conversion calculator, which makes it easier for designers to calculate linear/Vout and linear/direct formatted values seen from monitoring data. The software also includes a new display address resis- tor suggestion feature, which calculates suggested values for the resistors SA0/SA1. To make the benefits of Flex Power Designer


available to more engineers, the software now sup- ports test boards for Flex’s BMR480 and BMR490 DC-DC converters. It has also added the ability to monitor common parameters for power products from other vendors, increasing the flexibility available to designers. These parameters, at a minimum, will be input voltage, out- put voltage and temperature. The new version incorporates all


the features of earlier releases of Flex Power Designer. In particular, it includes the thermal modeling that was added in v3.0. This enables designers to simulate thermal behav- iors without building hardware, for example to calculate hotspot temper- ature and overall system efficiency. With Flex Power Designer,


designers and system architects can track or simulate the efficiency of their entire power system. They can define


Cinch Offers Johnson 45° PCB Mount Connector


Waseca, MN — Cinch Connectivity Solutions, a Bel Group company, has added the Johnson™ 45° PCB mount connector to the SMA series. This type of connector is commonly used in test and measurement applica- tions, semiconductor testing fixtures, PCB characterization, and network- ing applications. The connector is designed to


provide excellent performance up to 18 GHz, with a maximum VSWR of 1.30 up to a frequency of 12 GHz and a VSWR or 1.50 for 12 to 18 GHz fre- quency. These 45° connectors are fre-


•Fast setup & changeover •Simple operation


•Stable & reliable print process •Fine pitch printing capability •Excellent print definition


Johnson 45° PCB mount SMA connector.


quently used for mid-board launch in tight enclosures and board-to-board applications, where height and width restrictions do not allow for vertical


mount or end-launch connectors. Contact: Cinch Connectivity Solutions, 299 Johnson Avenue


S.W., Waseca, MN 56093 % 507-833-8822 E-mail: katie.owens@us.cinch.com Web: www.belfuse.com


Available in the United States exclusively through Technica U.S.A.


1-800-909-8697 www.technica.com


•Powerful off-Line programming •User friendly interface •Exceptional pickup reliability •100% ball & lead inspection •Optimal performance & accuracy


xcellent choice for High Mix, Medium Volume Production Version 3.2 of Flex Power Designer.


relationships across power rails, including phase spreading, sequencing and fault spreading. This makes it easier to understand behavior at a system level, reducing time to market.


The software enables configuration and simu-


lation of the control loop, and straightforward con- figuration and monitoring of digital power mod- ules. An SMBus tool and sample code are bundled with Flex Power Designer, for full SMBus control and production programming. The simulation features of Flex Power


Designer enable power-stage analysis to optimize tuning, as well as to visualize design behavior. Engineers can investigate how a system matches up to their design requirements by looking at spe- cific metrics, such as transient response, output impedance and power dissipation. Flex Power Designer is available to download free of charge


from https://flexdigitalpowerdesigner.com. Contact: Flex, Ltd., 6201 America Center


Drive, San Jose, CA 95002 % 408-576-7000 E-mail: tuuli.waern@flex.com Web: www.flex.com


TECHNICA, U.S.A. Fulfilling Manufacturing Needs Throughout the Electronics Industry


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