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Zuken CR-5000: A Design Suite for Electronics Systems and PCBs

Zuken CR-5000 is a software suite that provides a comprehensive solution for designing and verifying electronics systems and printed circuit boards (PCBs). It is aimed at the enterprise market, where complex design needs require managing the complete development and manufacturing preparation process on an enterprise-wide scale. Zuken CR-5000 offers relevant functionality for the design of complex and high-speed boards, addressing design challenges such as signal integrity and electromagnetic compatibility. It also supports collaboration and verification within the CR-5000 environment and selected third party solutions.

Zuken CR-5000 was developed as the fourth generation successor of CREATE1000, which was originally developed for PDP-11 by Zukei-Gijutsu-Kenkyusho (Japanese for "Graphic Technology and Research Laboratory"). The main CR-5000 software is developed at Zuken Inc. headquarters in Yokohama, Japan. Other modules are developed in Zuken's EMC Technology Center in Paderborn, Germany, which is renowned for its research in EMC and SI simulation tools, and Zuken Technology Center in Bristol, England, which focuses on routing tools. The latest version as of June 2012 is CR-5000 version 14.

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Zuken CR-5000 consists of several tools that cover different aspects of the design process. Some of the main tools are:

  • Design Gateway: Zukens platform for logical circuit design and verification of single and multi-board system-level electronic designs. It allows the creation and management of schematic diagrams, hierarchical blocks, netlists, and constraints. It also supports simulation, analysis, and verification of the design using third party tools.

  • CR-5000 Component Manager: Library tool that provides comprehensive parts library management and wizard-generated custom versions of symbols and components. It allows the creation and editing of library data, such as symbols, footprints, 3D models, attributes, and datasheets. It also supports importing and exporting library data from various formats.

  • CR-5000 Constraints Manager: Fully integrated successor to Zukens Hot-stage2. It allows the input and management of constraints for multiple domains, such as electrical, physical, manufacturing, thermal, and reliability. It also supports constraint verification and reporting.

  • CR-5000 Lightning: A virtual prototyping solution for high-speed PCB design that integrates routing and PCB simulation tools. It provides in-depth analysis and what-if capabilities for signal integrity, power integrity, crosstalk, impedance, delay, skew, reflection, termination, coupling, noise margin, eye diagram, etc. It also supports EMC and EMI analysis options.

  • CR-5000 Graphical Pin Manager: A tool that enables a straightforward FPGA and PCB co-design flow, from top level hardware description language (HDL) description to schematic symbols, as well as to the physical I/O information for layout. It allows the import and export of HDL files, pin assignment files, pin mapping files, etc. It also supports FPGA vendor tools integration.

  • CR-5000 Board Designer: An enterprise PCB design solution that addresses all aspects of the PCB design process. It allows the creation and editing of PCB layouts with advanced editing functionality, such as shape-based autorouting, interactive routing, differential pair routing, length tuning, via optimization, etc. It also supports design rule checking (DRC), manufacturing output generation (CAM), 3D viewing (Board Modeler), etc.

  • CR-5000 Board Modeler: A tool that is optimized for the verification of PCB layouts in their mechanical environment. It provides a 3D view of the PCB in the mechanical enclosure allowing electrical or mechanical engineers to check for conflicts and verify spacing and fit. It supports STEP, ACIS, STL and IDF formats for importing and exporting 3D data.

  • CR-5000 DFM Center ADM: A tool that performs manufacturability checking in parallel with the layout process. It allows the detection and correction of potential manufacturing errors before they become costly problems. It supports various manufacturing checks, such as solder mask clearance, silkscreen overlap, drill-to-copper distance, annular ring size, etc.


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