We have been big fans of Plexim’s PLECS simulation tool for power electronics for quite some time. We use it across most of our projects for component sizing, controls development and looking at system level behaviour. Our technical partner first came across it many years ago when it was still a free netlist-based basic tool provided by a university. Since then it has been fully commercialised and has come on in leaps and bounds. We have just added another seat of PLECS as we are so busy. This time we have decided to go for the standalone version which doesn’t require Matlab or Simulink. This version also has some additional features which we will no doubt find useful.
- PCIM 2018
We are not exhibiting at PCIM this year as PEMD was so close but our Technical Partner (Dr. Charlie Elliott) is going to visit. This […]
- PEMD 2018
We are now back from the PEMD 2018 Conference and Exhibition which was held last week at the ACC in Liverpool. As expected we had […]
- What a busy week!!
The week commencing 29th January was a tad busy for our Technical Partner Dr Charlie Elliott!! Tuesday 30th was the Reinforcing the Grid for the […]