Powersim's mission is to provide the finest analysis and design tools to 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 into a powerful simulation platform that offers comprehensive simulation and design capabilities for various power electronic applications.

PSIM v12 is now more powerful than ever, setting the standard with simulation speed, accuracy, and ease of use. PSIM's new dual time step allows for an increase in simulation accuracy while having a faster simulation.

PSIM has optional modules that enable motor drive simulation, digital control, and the calculation of thermal losses due to switching and conduction. There is a renewable energy module which allows for the simulation of photovoltaics (including temperature effects), batteries, supercapacitor, and wind turbines.

Additionally there are several modules which allow co-simulation with other platforms to verify VHDL or Verilog code or to co simulate with an FEA program. The programs that PSIM currently co-simulates with are: Simulink, JMAG, and ModelSim, and RidleyWorks. You may also run a SPICE variant simulation within the PSIM environment, and run LTspice from within PSIM.

PSIM currently supports automatic c-code generation with the SimCoder Module and will output c-code for use with Texas Instruments F2833x and F2803x floating and fixed point digital signal processors from the C2000 series.

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.

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