Mersen will demonstrate R-Tools GEN II

The 2015 IEEE ECCE conference and exposition, September 21st and 22nd in Montréal, Canada

NEWBURYPORT, MA (September, 2015) — Mersen will demonstrate R-Tools GEN III, the next generation of completely re-designed interactive 3D Thermal Heatsink Modeling simulation software for power electronics applications during the 2015 IEEE ECCE conference and exposition, September 21st and 22nd in Montréal, Canada.

Mersen will have a team of product specialists and sales representatives on hand at booth 301 during the scheduled exhibition days to discuss current application challenges and to share the company's capabilities. R-Tools Gen III is a free on-line simulation software that allows users to model the optimum air cooled heatsink solution tailored to their project requirements.

Additionally, Mersen will be showcasing their Integrated Architecture approach, leveraging latest power electronics product innovations in the field of cooling technologies, laminated bus bar designs and semiconductor fuses for electrical power protection. Mersen's integrated architecture approach helps inverter designers save time by optimizing the selection of key components, benefiting from a solution that is pre-designed for their specific application.

Electrical professionals involved with design and selection of power electronics for applications, those who would like to learn more about the advantages of using laminated bus bars versus cabling or are interested in finding out which fuse can best protect your power electronics will gain valuable insight by visiting Mersen at booth 301.

Mersen is proud of the reputation built over the last 60 years to integrate expertise in patented cooling technologies, laminated bus bar solutions and semiconductor fuses in Power Electronics applications, to make them safe, reliable and profitable. With industrial operations in all three major economic regions of the globe, Mersen looks forward to discussing applications and working together to design and develop the best solutions for customers.

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About Mersen
Mersen is a global expert in electrical specialties and graphite-based materials. Drawing on a century of experience—and an ongoing commitment to critical research in electrical safety— it provides industrial, commercial, and OEM customers with innovative products and unsurpassed technical support. Mersen Electrical Power provides a comprehensive line of current-limiting fuses (low voltage, general purpose, medium voltage, semiconductor, miniature and glass, and special purpose) and accessories, fuse blocks and holders, power distribution blocks, low voltage disconnect switches, surge protective devices, high power switches, heatsinks, laminated bus bars, and more.
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