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Murata SimSurfing Tool | New Product Brief

9 months ago by Mouser Electronics

Murata SimSurfing Design Support Software is a free online design tool for Murata’s portfolio of electronic components.

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Murata SimSurfing Tool

Murata SimSurfing Design Support Software is a free online design tool for Murata’s portfolio of electronic components. Designers can use SimSurfing to quickly view data for capacitors, inductors, ferrite beads, and common mode chokes. The tool offers the ability to overlay data for easier comparison, and data can be downloaded for offline use. SimSurfing also offers design support and simulation functionality for capacitors, DC/DC converters, noise filters, thermistors, and IC timing devices. SimSurfing includes extensive data viewing and comparison capabilities, and the provided data is highly accurate. This enables designers to quickly compare components based on application parameters and select the optimal part for the design, with standard and technical data sheets readily available in the tool.

  • A free online design tool
  • View characteristic data for capacitors, inductors, ferrite beads, common mode chokes
  • Graph overlays to compare components and/or operating conditions
  • Design support/simulation for capacitors, DC-DC converters, noise filters, thermistors, IC-Timing devices
  • Highly accurate data
  • Access to standard and technical datasheets

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