By right-clicking on any of the sub-screens, you can export the information you need: transfer functions, waveforms and transient responses.
Furthermore, the export-global menu allows you to export entirely by selecting the desired options.
The numerical data of all transfer functions (plant, open loop gain, closed loop gain, etc.) and transient plots can be exported to PSIM, Mathcad, Matlab, Excel, etc. via a txt file.
Overall, there are several ways of exporting data in SmartCtrl:
– Schematics to PSIM
– Transfer functions (plant, compensator, open loop, closed loop, etc.)
– Transient response
– Input and output data
In addition, when designing a digital compensator, It is possible to export the design to a Zynq SoC device.