SimElectronics® provides component libraries for modeling and simulating electronic and mechatronic systems. The libraries include 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®.
SimElectronics models can be used to 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, analog-to-digital converters, phase-locked loops, and other circuits. You can parameterize your models using MATLAB® variables and expressions. You can add mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and other components to a model using Simscape™ and test them in a single simulation environment. To deploy models to other simulation environments, including hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, SimElectronics supports C-code generation.
Libraries of electronic and electromechanical components with physical connections, including sensors, semiconductors, and actuators
Parameterization options, enabling key parameter values to be entered directly from industry data sheets
Semiconductor and motor models with temperature-dependent behavior and configurable thermal ports
Ideal and nonideal model variants, enabling adjustment of model fidelity
Ability to extend component libraries using the Simscape language
Access to linearization and steady-state calculation capabilities in Simscape
Support for C-code generation