Simplifying your future
GAIA Converter has developed a complete set of design tools to help engineers when building their power supplies.
The thermal calculator is used to determine the 4 major parameters of the thermal behavior of a component:
– maximum output power delivred for a given ambient temperature
– maximum thermal impedance for a given output power
– maximum ambient temperature for a given output power
– temperature rise for a given output power
The trim calculator allows the user to determine the value of the trim resistor that is used to slightly adjust the output voltage of most of GAIA Converter’s DC/DCs.
The Hold-up Value Calculator allows the user to compute the hold-up capacitor value that is required for association with any of GAIA Converter’s hold-up modules.