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Simscape Electronics

Model and simulate electronic and mechatronic systems

Simscape™ Electronics™ provides component libraries for modeling and simulating electronic and mechatronic systems. It includes models of semiconductors, motors, drives, sensors, and actuators. You can use these components to develop electromechanical actuation systems and to build behavioral models for evaluating analog circuit architectures in Simulink®. You can integrate mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and other physical systems into your model using components from the Simscape family of products.

Simscape Electronics helps you develop control algorithms in electronic and mechatronic systems, including vehicle body electronics, aircraft servomechanisms, and audio power amplifiers. The semiconductor models include nonlinear and dynamic temperature effects, enabling you to select components in amplifiers, motor drives, analog-to-digital converters, phase-locked loops, and other circuits. You can parameterize your models using MATLAB® variables and expressions. To deploy models to other simulation environments, including hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, Simscape Electronics supports C-code generation.

Getting Started

Learn the basics of Simscape Electronics

Actuators and Drivers

Mechanical control and motor devices

Integrated Circuits

Commonly used integrated circuits, such as operational amplifiers, comparators, timers


Logic gates for integrated circuits, such as CMOS AND, CMOS OR, CMOS NOT

Passive Devices

Passive electrical devices, such as fuses, potentiometers, relays


Double- and single-pole, double- and single-throw switch models

Semiconductor Devices

Discrete semiconductor devices, such as diodes and transistors


Analog and digital sensors, such as proximity sensors, thermistors, shaft encoders


Electrical sources, such as batteries, solar cells, supply rails

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