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Trance Style Proteus 8.13

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Harol:
Hola Foro

Cordiales saludos
Una inquietud

A cuanto equivale  cada una de ellas en milésimas de pulgada Trance Style que viene por defecto en Proteus 8.13
CUAL DE ELLAS SERIA IDEAL  PARA 10A

Trance Style:
DEFAULT
POWER1
POWER2
RELIEF
SIGNAL1
SIGNAL2
T4
T6
T7.5
T8
T10
T12
T15
T20
T25
T30
T40
T50
T60
T70
T80
T90
T100
T200
T300
T400
T500

woofy:

--- Quote from: Harol on October 17, 2023, 04:08:24 pm ---
How much does each one of them equal in thousandths of an inch Trance Style that comes by default in Proteus 8.13
WHICH OF THEM WOULD BE IDEAL FOR 10A

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It depends on information you have not provided such as copper weight, which layer, acceptable temperature rise above ambient, etc.
Kicad has a very nice calculator that will do it or there are online calculators such as this one:
https://www.4pcb.com/trace-width-calculator.html

DavidAlfa:

--- Quote from: Harol on October 17, 2023, 04:08:24 pm ---A cuanto equivale  cada una de ellas en milésimas de pulgada?

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--- Quote from: Harol on October 17, 2023, 04:08:24 pm ---What's the equivalent of each in in thousands of inches?

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The trace style number is exactly that, T20 means 20th.
It heavily depends on the trace length, T100 for 50mm will be ok, but 500mm will need a much thicker trace, at least 500-600th.
For large currents the best is to use polygons, drawing a large rectangle and filling it with copper, using all the available space in the pcb.

El número de pista indica exactamente eso, T20 son 20 milésimas.
El ancho depende mucho de la longitud, puedes usar T100 para 50mm, pero necesitaras algo mucho más grande para por ejemplo 500mm, mínimo T500 o T600.
Lo mejor es utilizar polígonos, dibujar un rectángulo y llenarlo de cobre, utilizando todo el área posible de la placa.