Würth's Application Guide enables easier component selection

Wurth Electronics Australia Pty

Thursday, 06 May, 2021

Würth's Application Guide enables easier component selection

Würth Elektronik has published its new Application Guide, in order to better facilitate component selection. The easy-to-use tool offers the most common switching regulator and interface topologies — for example, buck converters, CAN or Ethernet interfaces — and an overview of which components are required for them. From here, there is a direct link to ordering free component samples.

With the help of clear and deliberately simple schematic representations, the user quickly gets an overview of the structure of the application and the suitable product range from Würth Elektronik. Helpful hints, for example, on the selection of active components as well as EMC tips, also facilitate the layout of the PCB design where it goes beyond the Würth Elektronik range.

For the exact specification of the component requirements according to electrical and mechanical parameters (eg, current, voltage, inductance and design), the user can either use the filter function on the product page or the full functionality of simulation tool REDEXPERT. In both cases, the user can then place the desired item in the shopping cart, select additional components of the application and order free samples or enter inquiries.

“We see the web Application Guide as a very helpful tool for our customers to find the right component for the design without a long search,” said Mathias Kalmbach, Head of Marketing at Würth Elektronik. “In addition, the tool provides an application-related overview of all components that Würth Elektronik can supply. This fully pays off our ‘More than you expect!’ customer promise.”

To access the guide, visit https://www.we-online.de/applicationguide/en.

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