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Passive Devices

Passive electrical devices, such as fuses, potentiometers, relays

Simscape Blocks

DPDT Switch Model double-pole double-throw switch
DPST Switch Model double-pole single-throw switch
SPDT Switch Model single-pole double-throw switch
SPST Switch Model single-pole single-throw switch
Capacitor Capacitor model including nonlinearity, tolerance, operational limits, and fault behavior
Crystal Model stable resonator
Fault Model electrical fault
Fuse Model fuse that protects against excessive current
Incandescent Lamp Model incandescent lamp, with resistance depending on temperature
Inductor Inductor model including tolerance, operational limits, and fault behavior
Mutual Inductor Mutual inductor model with nominal inductance tolerances for each winding, operating limits, and faults
Nonlinear Inductor Model inductor with nonideal core
Nonlinear Transformer Model transformer with nonideal core
Potentiometer Model rotary or linear-travel potentiometer controlled by physical signal
Relay Model switching and associated delay of relay
Resistor Resistor model including tolerance, operational limits, fault behavior, and noise
Three-Winding Mutual Inductor Model three coupled inductors
Transmission Line Model delay-based or lumped parameter transmission line
Variable Capacitor Model linear time-varying capacitor
Variable Inductor Model linear time-varying inductor


Parameterizing Blocks from Datasheets

Overview of techniques used to specify block parameters to match the data found on manufacturer datasheets.

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