Trace Width Current
For every PCB engineer or designer, at some point you are faced with the challenging decision of determining trace width and current. The tough question is how wide should a trace be? It depends on current handling, temperature, and how much it heats up, along with the thickness of the copper layer, how long is the track, is the track on the top or bottom layer, and on and on. Altium Designer has the capabilities to answer these tough questions.
You don’t have to be a genius in mathematics to work with Altium Designer 18. With more than 30 years of research and development, Altium makes the work of creating a PCB design easier and more fun. One of the most widely-used PCB design solutions and the only cohesive, end-to-end PCB design environment that delivers all the tools you need, all within one single-price license. You can’t go wrong with the best.
The benefits of using Altium Designer 18 include:
Cutting-edge tools and technology, key upgrades, and a modern user interface
Easy access to over 100 certified suppliers/libraries for all your components
Global user community for round-the-clock support to all your questions
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