SimCoupler fuses PSIM with MATLAB/Simulink® by providing an interface for co-simulation. Part of a system can be implemented and simulated in PSIM and the rest in Matlab/Simulink. It’s straightforward, easy to set-up and requires minimal user input.
With SimCoupler, there’s no need to choose between tools. Use both and boost the simulation power for your innovation.
Simulink Legacy Models
PSIM users can access Simulink legacy models
The SimCoupler Module enables MATLAB/Simulink users to implement and simulate power circuits in their original circuit form, thus greatly shortening the time to set up and simulate a system that includes electric circuits and motor drives.
At the same time, the SimCoupler Module allows power electronics researchers and engineers to simulate control in the MATLAB/Simulink environment, thus further enhancing PSIM’s control simulation capability by providing access to numerous Simulink toolboxes.
View the Potential
The example to the left shows a PMSM drive system with the power converter and motor in PSIM and control in Simulink. In PSIM, three motor currents and the speed are measured and passed to Simulink. In return, three modulation signals in Simulink are sent back to PSIM.
Features & Benefits
SimCoupler in version PSIM 2020a is compatible with MATLAB/Simulink versions R2020a, R2019b, and R2019a.
See what you can achieve with the SimCoupler module. Find more inspiration here.
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