Take your project to the next level of performance: the simulation hardware
Meet our solutions for hardware simulation of applications such as:
- Hardware in-the-loop Typhoon-HIL – Power engineers simply love the powerful, easy to use, Python-based, application software that integrates seamlessly with the most powerful processor, twice the number of I/O ports, and connectivity capabilities that are redefining the expectations. Ideal for applications like Microgrid/Distribution Grid/Transmission Grid testbed, solar and wind power generation, battery storage, power quality, motor drives and distributed energy resources (DER).
- SASControl – Regatron SASControl is a software product to control TopCon programmable power supplies with special focus on the photovoltaic domain. It is particularly adapted to the needs of testing solar inverters and allows the execution of standard based tests and measurements.It must be highlighted that SASControl offers all possibilities (including free sample scripts) to implement the tests according to the inverter testing standards EN50530: measuring the static and dynamic MPPT efficiency.
- FuelCellSim – Simulating fuel cells means to replace a real fuel cell by an electronic power source able to handle the energy flow. Typical fuel cells are uni-directional only, indeed research is done on bidirectional fuel cells.
- CapSim – The simulation model of capacitors is an additional software component option of the application Energy Storage Simulation ESSControl.
- Enerchrom – Enerchron 2.0 test management software is a software suite ideally suited for test applications that yield extensive data over an extended period of time such as battery cycling and evaluation. It allows the creation of complex, dynamic test sequences without requiring the skills of a programmer.
- Gridsim – Simulating grid means to replace a real grid by an electronic power source able to handle both energy flow directions. TopCon TC.ACS technology opens up the ability to define and vary nearly all relevant electrical characteristics of a grid system within the physical and model based limits: max allowed current, energy computing and management facilities, time-dependent and functional dependent parameters