Online power simulator runs in browser

Online power simulator runs in browser

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By Nick Flaherty

The online simulation tool, called VINcoSIM, is the first simulator to launch from a webpage. It features topology modeling and an accurate loss and temperature calculation engine. Users can also define custom heatsink builds in a one-step configuration.

Designed to fast-track simulations, VINcoSIM configures automatically when the user selects a product on the website. It is the only tool of its kind to simulate any type of topology, even the most advanced. VINcoSIM runs on substantiated data from measurements taken in high-tech labs.

“This tool is a great leap forward,” said Eckart Seitter, CEO of Vincotech. “As a reliable partner, we aim to bring speed and flexibility to our business relationships. Part of that is helping customers make fast but well-informed decisions. We have always gone to great lengths to provide accurate, reliable simulation tools. And VINcoSIM is our most powerful and convenient power module selection tool yet.”

The company’s first ISE simulation tool debuted 20 years ago, setting a benchmark for customer support in the power module business. Drawing on two decades’ experience advancing the state of the art in simulation tools, the company has now created an easy-to-use environment to rapidly test and evaluate any of its power modules, regardless of sub-topology or components. No compromises in functions or features is demanded.  

The user interface has been designed to be as easy-to-use as possible. Specifications are submitted in a single configuration step. VINcoSIM delivers results in a matter of seconds, presenting all information for users to take in at a glance. It marks a milestone achievement in customer support, and that satisfying experience will only get better as VINcoSIM evolves and advances.

A webinar will take place on Oct. 4th and remain available for on-demand viewing.

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