PSpice SLPS

The PSpice® Simulink-PSpice Integration (SLPS) provides designers with a system-level simulation solution for their designs. Designers utilize PSpice simulation program for accurate analog and mixed-signal simulations supported by a wide range of board-level models. MATLAB Simulink is a platform for multi-domain simulation and model-based design of dynamic systems. PSpice SLPS combines two industry-leading simulation tools to provide co-simulation, simulation optimization, parasitic extraction, and re-simulation techniques.

Overview

PSpice SLPS technology enables engineers to:

  • Perform system-level simulations that include realistic electrical models of actual components
  • Find design and integration problems much earlier in the design process to save time and reduce costs

PSpice SLPS Technology Highlights:

  • Perform electrical, mechanical, and system-level simulations
  • Simulate with ideal models for faster simulation during proof of concept
  • Simulate with actual electrical designs using PSpice component models
  • Electrical simulations with PSpice models exhibit non-linearities, delay, and other real-world effects
  • Large library of electrical parts for PSpice and mechanical models and predefined blocks for Simulink
  • Full access to PSpice environment for in-depth electrical design and debugging
  • Full access to MATLAB for analyzing and visualizing data, developing graphical user interfaces, and creating model data and parameters

Features

  • System- and Circuit-Level Co-Simulation
    System- and Circuit-Level Co-Simulation

    The Simulink-PSpice (SLPS) Integration combines two industry-leading simulation tools into a co-simulation environment.

    • Design electromechanical/ hydraulic systems using ideal mathematical models
    • Test system-level interfaces with actual electrical designs
    • Eliminate the need to prototype the complete system
    • Identify design problems early
    • Perform simulation with more realistic models exhibiting real-life effects
    • Save time and money spent in debugging trail boards within system prototypes 
  • Actual and Ideal Models
    Actual and Ideal Models

    PSpice SLPS allows you to simulate with both actual and ideal models to meet your simulation needs.

    • Faster simulation during proof of concept using ideal models
    • Great tools when speed and time are critical
    • Save time, start your designs in the right direction
    • Prepare your product for its market success using actual electrical designs
    • Designs to help during design review and final validation process

     

  • Electro-Mechanical Simulation
    Electro-Mechanical Simulation

    Two simulation environments provide the advanced capabilities necessary for electro-mechanical simulation.

    • Complete access to PSpice environment
    • Perform in-depth design and debugging
    • Get complete access to MATLAB to
      • - Analyze and visualize data
      • - Develop graphical user interfaces
      • - Create model data and parameters
  • Library of Electrical and Mechanical Parts
    Library of Electrical and Mechanical Parts

    Large library of electrical parts for PSpice, and mechanical models and predefined blocks for Simulink.

    • Increase simulation creation time
    • Reduce the need to define as many elements

PSpice SLPS Tutorial Videos

Watch videos to see how to use PSpice SLPS to perform system-level simulations that include realistic electrical models of actual components.

PSpice SLPS Introduction

PSpice SLPS Introduction

This video demonstrates how to integrate system and circuit design with the Simulink-PSpice Interface (SLPS).

PSpice SLPS Demo Overview

PSpice SLPS Demo Overview

This overview video demonstrates how to integrate system and circuit design with the Simulink-PSpice Interface (SLPS).

PSpice SLPS Overview

PSpice SLPS Overview

Learn how PSpice SLPS enables co-simulation for complete system model for test and verification and helps identify errors early in the design process.

PSpice SLPS RC Circuit

PSpice SLPS RC Circuit

This video demonstrates how to integrate system and circuit design with the Simulink-PSpice Interface (SLPS) using an RC Circuit.

PSpice SLPS DC Motor

PSpice SLPS DC Motor

This video demonstrates how to integrate system and circuit design with the Simulink-PSpice Interface (SLPS) using a DC Motor.

PSpice SLPS Power Window

PSpice SLPS Power Window

This video demonstrates how to integrate system and circuit design with the Simulink-PSpice Interface (SLPS) using Power Window.

PSpice SLPS Time Stepping

PSpice SLPS Time Stepping

This video explains the time stepping section of PSpice SLPS.

What’s New

 

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PSpice 17.2-2016 Release New Features:

- Virtual prototyping

- 64 Bit simulation engine and result analysis

- New functions for behavioral models 

- TinySwitch-III and Optocoupler device models

- Support for TCL 8.6 

 

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