High Frequency Transformer Design Program (HITRIN) is a powerful computer-aided design program, which is a companion program to TRANS intended for high frequency applications up to 500KHZ.
It is capable of processing a large volume of information, performing all necessary calculations and producing design solutions in less time than it would take an individual designer to prepare the same information.
Intended to be used by experienced transformer designers as an extension to their engineering capabilities and relies on their background for judgment and subjective analysis of the results obtained. The computational power of HITRIN enables the designer to examine many alternatives and quickly provides the effects of each decision made during the design process.
- Data is easily entered by means of conversational prompting similar to TRANS
- Rectified or unrectified outputs
- Flexible conductor arrangements are permitted for round wire, rectangular wires or foil, in either copper or aluminum
- Design on an of the various ferrite core materials available
- Provides designs on square leg, round leg, and pot core shapes for simple, dry type, core type, or shell type arrangements
- Typical modes of operation are: Semi-automatic: user enters core, HITRANS selects wires. Non-automatic: user enters core, wires, insulation
- Temperature rise calculated for open or encapsulated construction
- Extended analysis routines allow performance of a design to be evaluated under many conditions of load, input voltage, and frequency variation
- Convenient modifying features allow easy correction of entered data or modification of entered data to change a design