SnapEDA Adds 20,000 Symbols to Its Online Component Library
Vincent Charbonneau posted on December 12, 2019 |
2D model of the RECOM R-78E9.0-0.5 DC/DC converter available on SnapEDA’s component library. (Image courtesy of SnapEDA.)
2D model of the RECOM R-78E9.0-0.5 DC/DC converter available on SnapEDA’s component library. (Image courtesy of SnapEDA.)

SnapEDA, a library for electronic component models, has added RECOM Power’s entire product catalog of power electronics components. This move promises to save engineers development time by giving them access to over 20,000 symbols and footprints for RECOM’s power supplies, instead of designing them from scratch.

“We’re excited to work with RECOM Power because our visions for simplifying and accelerating the development process for engineers are perfectly aligned. RECOM is doing this by simplifying the integration of power supplies, which are an essential part of most electronics products,” said Natasha Baker, CEO and founder of SnapEDA.

Some of the RECOM parts available in this release include AC/DC converters, DC/DC SMD switching regulators, DC/DC buck/boost compact switching regulators, and medical-grade DC/DC converters—all in several package types.

3D model of the RECOM R-78E9.0-0.5 DC/DC converter. (Image courtesy of SnapEDA.)
3D model of the RECOM R-78E9.0-0.5 DC/DC converter. (Image courtesy of SnapEDA.)

The symbols and footprints were designed using recommended land patterns provided by RECOM or IPC standards, depending on the design in question. The symbols are compatible with Altium, Autodesk Eagle, Cadence Allegro & OrCAD, KiCad, Mentor PADS & DxDesigner, and Proteus.

“SnapEDA provides an extensive digital component library for engineers involved in PCB design, and we are grateful for the opportunity to join this extraordinary resource, as well as have it available on our own site. We are looking forward to this successful collaboration,” said Christoph Wolf, president of RECOM Power Inc.

REMCOM’s models, along with many other electronic symbols, are available for free on SnapEDA’s website.


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