Why Choose PSIM for Power Electronics Simulation?
PSIM allows you to dual declare a PSIM/SPICE model for a seamless transition between a SPICE simulation or a PSIM simulation. This allows designers to have one schematic for their system level (PSIM) or device level simulations (SPICE).
LEVEL 2 PSIM MODELS
PSIM has level 2 Models for the switch (diode, MOSFET, IGBT), these models are derived from datasheet parameters and can be used in larger system level simulations including motor models and digital control circuits that cannot be run with SPICE. Make use of the dual model definitions to verify the level 2 model vs the SPICE model.
NOVEL SiC/GaN SPICE MODELS
The PSIM SPICE Pro module allows access to novel thermal wide band gap SPICE models from CoolCAD electronics. These models are verified across operating temperature ranges vs the real devices.
LTSPICE OR NGSPICE
Experienced SPICE designers have likely encountered the frustration of SPICE model syntax compatibility. PSIM allows users to run two SPICE engines, the native PSIM SPICE engine which is a NGSPICE/SPICE 3F variant or to run LTSPICE.
The PSIM AC sweep tool is optimized for the study of switching power converters.
There is no need to generate equations or average models of your topology in order to sweep open loop, loop gain, close loop, input impedance, and output impedance transfer functions. Digital delay can be introduced and the impact observed.
MODEL BASED CODE GENERATION
PSIM supports simulations that are setup to generate embedded code for industry standard C2000 MCU’s from Texas Instruments.
VHDL or VERILOG VERIFICATION
IDEAL or DETAILED
PSIM allows users to easily change between ideal devices, detailed switching models, thermal devices, and with the release of PSIM v11.0 & v11.1, SPICE models. This allows you to choose the appropriate model for your simulation requirements.
PSIM IS INTERACTIVE
PSIM allows you to change parameter values and view voltages/currents during simulation. It’s like having a virtual test bench running on your computer.
PSIM has an extensive library and includes pre-built sample circuits and tutorials to support you in both research and teaching.
PSIM Resources & Support.
This vast online resource collection allows you to attain the type of help you need on your own terms and when you need it.
Even with no prior experience, a fast learning curve means easy implementation and seamless adoption in any research environment.
PSIM is well-regarded and widely-used in the power electronic simulation industry for a reason. Since its first release in 1994, our flagship product has evolved from a simple power electronics simulator to a powerful simulation platform, offering comprehensive simulation and design capabilities for various power electronic applications.
Our customers agree. Read the testimonials to find out for yourself.
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