Cableizer is a software for the design of power cables and mechanical, electrical and thermal calculations.
Being web-based you can work on Windows or Mac and on-site using your laptop or tablet. You access your account with login and password. All you need is a current browser and an internet connection.
Create and store as many cables and arrangements as you like free of charge. When you need to make ampacity calculations for a project, you simply order a monthly subscription for a fair price. We invoice in EUR, USD or CHF.
Once the subscription runs out, only calculation is blocked and no data is lost.
Check out all the features of Cableizer such as:
Two phase concentric cables (Jan 21 2018)
A concentric cable has a conductor around the core for a return path. DC cables may be of concentric type as is the case in an integrated return conductor cable, where the return conductor is installed around the core conductor. Such cables are not directly covered by IEC 60287 but Cableizer implemented a method from CIGRE.
Cables crossing external heat sources (Jan 20 2018)
With the web-based cable calculation software Cableizer.com you can calculate the current rating of cables crossing external heat sources. It allows to calculate the current rating or temperatures of multiple cable systems crossing at any angle multiple other cable systems or heat sources. To our knowledge, Cableizer is the only commercially available software that allows to calculate the crossing of multiple systems with multiple other systems.
Cableizer validation test suite 2016 Q4 (Jan 15 2017)
Continuously validating Cableizer is a task we take serious. Our extensive test suite is a supportive tool to verify our calculations after modifications in the formulas or solver routine.
A new approach for the next generation of Superchargers (Jan 14 2017)
DC Fast Chargers are designed to charge electric vehicles quickly with an electric output ranging between 50 kW – 120 kW, like the Supercharger from Tesla. At a typical 400 volts, this results in a current of 300 amps. A new target is 350 kW resulting in a current of almost 900 amps. For this, a new approach is needed for the DC supply cables.