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By: Qfin  09-12-2011
Keywords: Thermal Simulation

Qfin4 is a fast and easy to use thermal simulation package that allows you to investigate and optimize your designs in a fraction of the usual time and cost. You save on simulation time and licensing fees, because faster solutions means less licenses required. Qfin 4.0 now has wizard driven sub models for Heatsinks, Heat Pipes, Thermal Electric Coolers, Several standard cold plates as well as heat exchangers.

QLed4 Main Window
QLed is a fast and easy to use simulation package that allows you to obtain the thermal details of LED's in different applications. The thermal model compensate for the effect of die temperature on forward voltage and Radiosity. Thermal results include accurate junction temperatures as well a effective Luminous light produced by the LED for the specific application. Options incude both slow and fast transients.

Keywords: Thermal Simulation

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