August 15, 2019 | Posted in News
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Rockville, Maryland – August 15, 2019
Powersim, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of PSIM version 12.0, a significant software update with the addition of numerous new features, including new dual time step, RidleyWorks link, and new advanced motor models.
Key features & updates of PSIM v12.0 include:
PSIM’s new dual time step allows for an increase in simulation accuracy while having a faster simulation. With the additions to the Motor Drive Module, PSIM now boasts the most comprehensive set of machine models available without an FEA co-simulation. Changes to the Thermal Module ensure that PSIM maintains its edge as an easy to use and powerful simulation platform, developed with the power electronics designer in mind.
PSIM’s full featured support of the F2837x MCU from Texas Instruments allows for users to easily leverage the advanced ePWM and other high performance peripherals of this next generation processor. PSIM’s new support of the PE-Expert4 mixed DSP/FPGA digital control development system will allow for complex and challenging power converter topologies, e.g. multi-level inverters, to be easily implemented. Up to 144 PWM waveforms with a carriers of up to 400KHz can be quickly generated for hardware control with a few button clicks. This shifts development time back to algorithm and control development away from physical implementation.
With the new RidleyWorks link, one can design in RidleyWorks and with a single button click export into PSIM, saving hours of setup time. “The collaboration between PSIM and Ridleyworks ties the industry’s most powerful design tool with the fastest and most versatile simulator for power systems. This provides a new level of analysis to power electronics engineers”, said Dr. Ray Ridley, President of Ridley Engineering.
Review new v12 videos HERE
Further detailed descriptions on the new v12, review the presentation here (PDF): What’s New in PSIM v12.0
About Powersim, Inc.
Powersim, Inc. is a market leader in simulation and design tools for power electronics research and product development in power supplies, motor drives, and power conversion and control systems. Powersim products provide the finest analysis and design tools in the industry. We strive to increase customers’ efficiency and productivity by delivering software that reduces the development cost and time-to-market. Since its first release in 1994, our flagship product PSIM has evolved from a simple power electronics simulator to a powerful simulation platform that offers comprehensive simulation and design capabilities for various applications.