Recom has announced a partnership with Samacsys to provide digital models of Recom power products.
Symbols, footprints and 3D CAD models are freely available in a variety of formats including STEP and VRML for the user’s chosen CAD tool, either directly from the Samacsys website or in Recom distributor product listings.
Engineers require accurate models of the components they use to achieve the fastest time to market for the products they design. Samacsys models offer direct download into the target EDA schematic and layout tools, leaving engineers free to concentrate on what they do best – designing and innovating. More than 20 EDA tool formats are supported including Allegro PCB, Altium Designer, Cadence, Eagle, Mentor Graphics etc. Samacsys symbols, footprints and 3D models comply with latest industry standards and go through a multi-stage checking process before release as a guarantee of quality and accuracy.
“As electronic design continues to evolve even more significantly within a digital landscape, we have extended the availability of our digital 2D and 3D component models to include SAMACSYS, a global leader in providing engineers with access to electronic PCB and component libraries. We are looking forward to a successful collaboration”, said Christoph Wolf, President of Recom Power.
“Providing digital design assets through the SAMACSYS DesignSense model creation and delivery platform, Supplyframe welcomes RECOM to its rapidly growing list of premier electronic component manufacturers. We are proud that RECOM has chosen our service and network of engineering websites reaching more than 10 million engineers and buyers worldwide,” said Alex MacDougal, founder of Samacsys, which is part of the Supplyframe group. The US-based company has a Design-to-Source Intelligence (DSI) software platform providing resources for the electronics industry.
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