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Simulation tool goes online

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:simulation tool? design tool? GUI?

IntelliMAX design tool

Fairchild Semiconductor has released a Web-based simulation tool to help designers of portable applications to quickly and accurately assess the performance of advanced load switches in actual application circuits.

The IntelliMAX design tool is unlike other simulation tools because it offers an intuitive, user-friendly environment containing models of Fairchild's advanced load switches in pre-defined application circuits. This feature enables designers to quickly and easily adjust the circuit component values to more closely approximate their applications' operating conditions. By using the tool's interactive GUI, designers can examine the performance most important for their application. This simulation environment expedites product selection and validation, enabling designers to improve their systems' robustness, while getting their products to market faster. Fairchild's comprehensive portfolio of highly integrated IntelliMAX advanced load switches combine protection, control and fault monitoring functions in compact packaging to reduce complexity in power management designs and accelerate time-to-market.

The IntelliMAX design tool is one of the many ways that Fairchild helps designers bring their products to market faster. For instance, Fairchild's FETBench design tool provides a live datasheet environment on over 300 of Fairchild's MOSFET devices. This tool allows a designer to optimize the MOSFET selection based on their specific application requirements. Fairchild also offers a large portfolio of reference designs to help designers drive higher levels of efficiency, simplify system design, reduce board space and bring their products to market faster.

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