SIMPLIS Technologies is pleased to announce that we have released version 9.0 of SIMetrix/SIMPLIS. The major changes and enhancements can be found here.
Submitted by Matt Fortin on Wednesday, December 29, 2021
Submitted by John Wilson on Wednesday, December 22, 2021
While there are a number of flavors and private-label versions of SIMetrix/SIMPLIS, none of them contain the Log4J vulnerability so recently thrust into the security world's spotlight. To be exploitable, the vulnerability requires: a product written all or in part in the Java language (or at least one that runs on the Java Virtual Machine) the presence of the Log4J compiled library in the product code in that product that uses or calls for the Log4J classes/methods All full SIMetrix/SIMPLIS versions prior to v8.40, as well as all private-labeled versions of our… Read more
Submitted by Matt Fortin on Friday, June 18, 2021
SIMPLIS Technologies is pleased to announce that we have released version 8.5 of SIMetrix/SIMPLIS. The major changes and enhancements can be found here.
Submitted by Matt Fortin on Wednesday, October 21, 2020
SIMPLIS Technologies is pleased to announce that we have released version 8.4 of SIMetrix/SIMPLIS. Below is the breakdown of the major changes.
Submitted by Matt Fortin on Tuesday, May 14, 2019
SIMPLIS Technologies is pleased to announce that we have released version 8.3 of SIMetrix/SIMPLIS. Below is the breakdown of the major changes. New Features for Both SIMetrix and SIMPLIS Curve Colour-label Editor A simple dialog to speed editing of curve colours and labels Simulator: SIMetrix and SIMPLIS Required Version: Classic, Pro, or Elite Other Improvements Schematic: Mouse panning using right button Schematic: Auto pan during edit operations Waveform viewer: Replot previously closed waveforms Simulator: SIMetrix and SIMPLIS Required Version: Classic, Pro… Read more
Submitted by Matt Fortin on Monday, December 20, 2021
SIMPLIS attended the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) in Houston, TX, on March 20-24, 2022. During the conference, we presented on two topics. One Technology Demonstration Session during the Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop and one Exhibitor Seminar. Information on both can be found below: Technology Demonstration Session Enabling Concurrent Design of Electric and Magnetic Circuits using the SIMPLIS Magnetics Design Module Andrija Stupar, SIMPLIS Technologies Exhibitor Seminar AC analysis of PFC circuits with Constant and Variable Frequency Control Schemes This… Read more
Submitted by Matt Fortin on Monday, February 22, 2021
SIMetrix Technologies, Ltd. and SIMPLIS Technologies, Inc. are pleased to announce that as of February 15, 2021, they are consolidating their sales efforts into the SIMPLIS sales office in Portland, Oregon in the U.S. The SIMetrix office in the UK will now focus exclusively on product development and technical support. John Warner, creator and lead developer of SIMetrix said “I am looking forward to having more time to focus on new product development. And Elaine Lovell, who has masterfully led our sales efforts for the past 16 years, is looking forward to her retirement.” “SIMetrix… Read more
Of Historical Interest
Submitted by Matt Fortin on Wednesday, February 17, 2021
SIMPLIS will be attending the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) on June 14th - 17th virtually. Check back in a few days for information on how you can visit us at our virtual booth!
Submitted by Matt Fortin on Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Although we were saddened to hear about the cancelation of the in-person conference, we support the decision to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the community. Just like the organizers, SIMPLIS has created virtual presentations that cover, in-depth, the topics in our Exhibitor Seminar. The seminar, in the form of webinars, will be on the topic of Using the SIMPLIS Magnetic Design Module in an LLC application with Digital Control using the SIMPLIS C-code DLL feature. Abstract: SIMPLIS Magnetics Design Module is used to analyze the performance of both the… Read more
Submitted by Matt Fortin on Thursday, May 21, 2020