CADY now offers a Multi-Board Mode, allowing users to inspect up to three boards simultaneously. The process is seamless: upload your module name, along with the relevant netlist and BOM files of all connected boards, edit the connectivity table, and press analyze!
Connectivity Options: Quick Connections or Manual Custom
Quick Connections: Ideal for quick connector-to-connector mapping, simply add part references and choose connection types such as pin-to-pin or Reverse pin-to-pin.
Manual Custom: For intricate wiring harnesses, download our template, fill-in the details, and upload the file to the connections pop-up.
CADY now goes beyond schematic inspection by providing valuable information about component status.
Users receive alerts for components with long lead times, those not recommended for new designs, and those in Obsolete status.
Lead Time Alerts: CADY notifies users of components with long lead times.
Design Recommendations: CADY flags components that are not recommended for new designs.
Obsolete Status: CADY identifies components in obsolete/EOL status.
Package Verification: CADY notifies if the component’s package in the schematics doesn’t match the real package information (passive components).
CADY has undergone a significant transformation, featuring a refined and intuitive interface aimed at enhancing user experience. The redesigned interface encompasses:
Pricing Tab: Easy subscriptions purchasing interface.
Feature Families List: Quick view of CADY’s capabilities.
Configuration Tab: Customization of inspection parameters.
Demo Mode: CADY Lounge’s new Demo mode allows to test CADY with a prepared schematic. Enter the demo mode to download a project file compatible with your CAD software.
Recent advancements in CADY’s inspection capabilities include:
Differential Line Mix-Ups: CADY Identifies mix-ups in differential lines, ensuring the integrity of your designs.
Termination Resistor Checks: CADY checks termination resistors for differential lines, LVDS, and rs-485 data pins.
Test-Points Test: CADY suggests placing test points on all voltages and logic pins. Transistors: CADY checks gate-source voltage, usage correctness, and alerts on floating pins.
Buffers: CADY Alerts on incompatible supply voltage and protocol voltage values.
Crystals: CADY checks the value of the capacitor connected to the crystal pins and alerts if it is incorrect.
Logic Pins Suggestions: CADY suggests pull-down resistors on logic pins such as gate, enable, reset, and address.