Affordable simulation that’s easy to learn, straightforward to teach.

PSIM provides expert technical support and delivers systems-level solutions with fast, accurate results. PSIM is trusted by academics and professionals alike to test hypotheses early and easily, and get from design to implementation accurately and quickly. Access the fastest and easiest-to-use power electronics simulator, and confidently manage your budgets knowing you’re receiving outstanding value with more benefits.  

Significantly reduce your design time from simulation to hardware prototypes and final products. PSIM makes it easy to co-simulate with other popular platforms such as Matlab, JMAG, RidleyWorks, Typhoon HIL, and Modelsim.

 PSIM offers free monthly webinars to help users with both basic and advanced use, and one access PSIM’s rich tutorial video content online anytime.

Educational Licenses & Packages & Sponsorships

Our commitment to serving the academic community means making sure you can access PSIM at a rate that makes sense for you. PSIM has re-designed its educational offering to add more modules and include more users for a significantly lower cost.

At Powersim, we offer substantial discounts to help educators, researchers and students push the boundaries of what’s possible in this field. Find out more when you visit our Educational License page to uncover the possibilities.  

Discover Education Licensing Packages

Introducing DSIM.

Realtime simulation hardware is expensive and limits things like switching speed, the number of switches, machine models, etc. to maintain realtime fidelity. The offline approach with average models or simplified sub-systems can hide fundamental underlying issues.

The largest microgrid simulated with DSIM so far has been a 1200 switch 10 unit microgrid where the inverters were defined as cascaded H-bridge MMCs. 150ms of simulation with DSIM took 2 minutes 22 seconds, the same system in PSIM would have taken 138 days (4.6 months). Learn more about DSIM.

New DSIM software
DSIM Microgrid

Investing in the Future

Powersim is investing in the future of power electronics engineers by sponsoring two student solar vehicle competitions. We believe strongly that the best training comes from hands-on real world experience and these challenges provide engineering students this opportunity.

The American Solar Challenge is a competition to design, build and drive solar-powered cars in a cross-country time/distance rally event.  Learn more about this challenge, when you click here.

Learn more about the ASC Sponsorship.

Shaping the future of power electronics

Powersim has also devoted resources to the Formula SAE competition.

This is a student design competition organized by SAE International.  Students design, build and drive their small Formula style race car based on a series of rules.  Learn more about our sponsorship of this design competition when you click here.

Discover our investment in students here

Accelerate innovation.

Simulate power electronics with fast and accurate software, as well as deep technical support.  Get reliable results and move your innovations forward.