ADIsimPower Design Center The fastest and most accurate Power Management design tool!

Step #1: Part Selection

Power Supply Requirements
Vin (min) Vin (max)
Input Voltage V V
Vout Iout
Output Rail V A
Ambient Temperature (max) °C

  Find Solutions

ADIsimPower Design Center lets you design your power circuits in three easy steps:

Step #1: Part Selection
Step #2: Design and Optimize
Step #3: Simulate

ADIsimPower Selector uses your specific application requirements and compares solutions from over 300 power management parts and over 10 different topologies.

Each solution takes into consideration the IC, external components, and operating condition to be able to compare expected performance.


Step #2: Design and Optimize

The ADIsimPower collection of design tools produce complete power designs using real component behavior and is optimized for your design goals (efficiency, cost, size or component count). Each tool generates a schematic, bill of materials, and performance data such as bode plot, transient response, efficiency, or thermal stresses on components.

An evaluation board can be ordered directly from the tool for fast prototyping.

Developed and used by ADI Power Application Engineers!

ADIsimPower Video Tutorial


Step #3: Simulate

ADIsimPE is a Linear and Mixed-Signal Circuit Simulator and is powered by SIMetrix/SIMPLIS.

SIMetrix/SIMPLIS is a circuit simulation suite optimized for the design and development of analog and mixed signal circuits. SIMetrix mode handles general SPICE applications and is ideal for linear circuits. SIMPLIS (SIMulation Piecewise-Linear System) mode is for discrete time and non-linear circuits such as PLLs and switching power supply circuits.

When available, the ADIsimPower design tools can export your design into an ADIsimPE schematic, ready for simulation.

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Discussions and FAQs on Analog Devices Power Management products and tools.

Including Switching Controllers and Regulators, Linear Regulators and LDOs, Digital Power Managent, Hot-Swap and Power Monitors, Sequencers and Supevisors.

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