PSIM is a simulation environment for power conservation and control. It has the ability to allow an efficient design process that reduces development cost and time-to-market. It has an intuitive user interface that enables fast circuit creation without prior knowledge. The main trait of this simulator environment is that it retains accuracy even at fast simulation times; this is particularly helpful in simulating converter systems of any size and performing multiple-cycle simulation.
The PSIM, as a simulation environment engine, has an electrical circuit dedicated algorithm; piecewise method, generic models, fixed time-step. The engine allows for repetitive simulation as it is fast enough. It also significantly shortens the design cycle. PSIM can also simulate control circuits of various forms; it can simulate analog circuits, s-domain transfer function block diagram, z-domain transfer function block diagram, custom C code, or in Matlab/Simulink. The software also comes with a control library that provides for a list of components and blocks for efficient design process.
The PSIM has many modules that can be optionally added to the environment to address a more specific set of design solution; motor drives, digital control, renewable energy, or DSP and FPGA support. The software only runs on Microsoft Windows systems such as XP, Vista, 7, and 8. It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit. Its minimum system requirement is a 128 MB RAM, and a 135 MB of hard disk space.
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