Discover the new features of the ultimate control design tool for power electronics!
– New Converter DC-DC
Phase Shifted Full Bridge with Voltage Mode Control and Resistive load is now available.
– Customer defined sensor
Combine the predefined topologies with your specific sensor transfer function. Now you can define, e.g., the transfer function of your specific implementation of the couple TL 431- optocoupler voltage sensing or any specific Hall sensor.
– New PI compensator
SmartCtrl originally includes a PI analog compensator to allow the user to get the values for its physical implementation. Now we have included the classical PI compensator.
The transient response plot functionality has been revised and updated.
SmartCtrl can solve the control design problem for ANY power converter
If you have a license ofSmartCtrl with an active maintenance contract, follow the instructions to update to v4.2 in the email received from us. If you did not receive this email and you think you should have, please Contact Us.
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