Saelig Introduces RevEng Reverse-Engineering

Hardware/software combo can create professional schematics from undocumented PCBsFairport, NY. The RevEng System is a remarkable reverse-engineering hardware tool for creating professional quality circuit schematic diagrams from a sample PCB that lacks documentation.
Saelig Introduces RevEng Reverse-Engineering
The RevEng System consists of a PC-controlled continuity-detecting hardware system, RevWin control software, and EdWin, a fully featured CAD package. RevEng ╩Żlearns╩╝ the connectivity of the sample circuit, producing a netlist of the components and connections for importing into EdWin software, resulting in professional quality circuit diagrams.RevEng╩╝s learning process is achieved through clips, connectors, and probes that are attached to clusters of components.┬á RevWin guides the operator to place and walk the clips around the device under test. RevWin generates the most efficient sequence of clip combinations and movements to learn all possible connections, but the operator can override the automatic placement of the clips if necessary.
To minimize operator errors, the system applies an orientation check and pin check to confirm clip contact and position. RevEng learns without the need for applying power to the board and limits the applied voltage and current so that semiconductor gates are not affected, which also makes it safe to use on low power technologies.
The EdWin professional drawing capability includes features such as: importing netlist place components, autorouting┬á signals, multi-page schematics, bus structure support, an extensive library of over 12,000 devices, ╩Żrubber band╩╝ and ╩Żrats nest╩╝ functions, block move and rotate, etc. Optional facilities include Bill of Materials, PCB Layout, mix-mode simulation, Arizona Autorouter, thermal analyzer, EDSpice, EMC + Signal Integrity. Edwin╩╝s special features enable same-day drawings of unknown, complex boards.
 
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