AI Copilot for Electrical Engineers

Automate the annoying parts of EE design
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Chat with component datasheets
Natural language queries with responses that link to specific references within the datasheets
Discover  alternative components
Rather than reading multiple datasheets, Hardware.AI surfaces alternatives in seconds, and can answer queries to ensure optimal fit
Generate reference designs
The AI customizes reference designs based on values from datasheets in seconds, referencing source information from the datasheet for engineering review.

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How do you design a converter with DCAP3?

As of my last update in September 2021, DCAP3 is a relatively new concept to combine the advantages of switched-capacitor converters and traditional inductor-based converters. I can provide you with a general outline of the steps to design a DCAP3 Converter:

  • Familiarize yourself with the DCAP3

  • Topology

  • Define your Requirements

  • Select Components

  • Design Control Circuitry

  • Model and Simulate

  • Prototype and Test

  • Optimize Efficiency

To design a DCAP3 power converter, you need to follow these steps:

  • Decide on the Control Scheme, such as feed forward voltage mode  , emulated current mode  , and DCAP3

  • Choose a power supply IC, considering the input/output voltages and current requirements

  • Your XC6241B2819R-G Ultra-LowSupply Current Voltage Regulator has a 6V max input, 5V max output,150mA current  output

  • Define the switching frequency. For DCAP3, the frequency is estimated

  • Your XC6241B2819R-G Ultra-LowSupply Current has a 1kHZ frequency with high ripple rejection,which is not recommended for this application

Engineered Workflows: Quality, Savings, Speed

Built by hardware engineers for hardware engineers to create workflows that improve quality, reduce cost, and accelerate development
Datasheet Query

Natural Language search across all project documents

Component Discovery

Qualify alternative components based on the design impact

EECAD Copilot (coming soon)

Analyze designs for risk factors and performance improvements

Circuit Simulation (coming soon)

Generates code that can be imported into 3rd party tools like Matlab

Logistics Optimization
(coming soon)

De-risk supply chains and reduce component and manufacturing cost for your designs

Intellectual Property
(coming soon)

Analyze designs to prevent infringement, and suggest what elements may be patentable

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