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New Version of the Würth Elektronik Component Selector Software Released

For more than two years now, Würth Elektronik eiSos Component Selector software has been helping engineers choose and simulate passive components. Thousands of users worldwide already use this free simulation software.

Würth Elektronik eiSos has now released a revised an expanded version of the Component Selector. Six new modules have been added to the four existing ones, making this selection tool one of the world’s most comprehensive component databases to be provided by a single manufacturer.

The most significant extension of the software is for signal and communications products. As well as the existing RF inductor module for selecting components according to frequency, for adjusting antenna for example, three further modules have now been introduced.

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Users can also save and store existing settings for component selection. Within all the modules, the relevant data sheet can also be consulted online and S-parameters can be downloaded. The integrated online update function ensures that the product database is kept up to date at all times.

Users without an internet connection can get updates from the manufacturer’s website at any time and install them manually. The Component Selector is designed to be self-explanatory and easy to navigate.

Users can install the free Component Selector by downloading the software from www.we-online.de/component-selector

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