DSSim-PC is a software application designed to help you create, design and simulate power distribution systems used for testing electrical circuits. It comes loaded with a rich set of features, and they are intuitive enough to be figured out by anyone.
Lengthy setup and intuitive GUI
The installation procedure is rather lengthy, and DSSim-PC needs to install some third-party components that it actually need to function normally. These are included in the downloaded package. System reboot may be required to finalize setup.
As far as the interface is concerned, DSSim-PC adopts a large window with a clear-cut structure, where you can explore options regarding the project, components and compilation, along with general configuration settings.
Create, edit and manage elements
It’s possible to insert new elements into the design by specifying their names, parameters and values. You can edit their properties and copy elements, create and edit element blocks, insert new lines, change the line topology and data, erase lines, establish new connections, as well as to modify and erase connections.
Explorer multipurpose editors
As far as configuration options are concerned, DSSim-PC puts at your disposal editors for the line code (a basic text editor), load profile, XY graph, profile temp, curve TCC, DSS file, controls.
In case of the XY graph editor, you can check out all element names and their coordinates within the graphical representation, change the order of the elements in the list, remove any one of them, create new pairs of elements and add them to the list, as well as save the list to file and open it later.
What’s more, you can make file associations and view them, display the elements block, elements and connections, curves, lines, and SW controls, as well as zoom in and out of the design. Once all modifications are done, you can compile the project and generate a DSS file.
Evaluation and conclusion
The software program didn’t put a strain on the overall performance of the machine in our tests, thanks to the fact that it needed low CPU and RAM to work properly. However, it failed in its attempt to launch in several cases. Nevertheless, DSSim-PC comes loaded with approachable options to help you design and compile electric power distribution systems.
DSSim-PC is a software application designed to help you create, design and simulate power distribution systems used for testing electrical circuits. It comes loaded with a rich set of eea19f52d2
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