2020.1 Software Release

Simulink Model Converter
FMU Importing
Thermal Network Component
New DER Models

Convert Simulink Models in a few clicks

Simulink Converter


Open-source Tool for Model Conversion


  • TyphoonHILlib is a new open-source Simulink® library 
  • Based on Simscape Electrical™ underlying blocks
  • Mask parameters are like those of Typhoon Schematic Editor components
  • Reduces dramatically the effort to create and maintain two separate models
  • Utilize the power of Simulink® code generation and bring it easily to HIL testing

Easily Import FMU Models in minutes

FMU Importing


Import Functional Mock-up Unit Files


  • Import models based on the FMI Standard into Typhoon Schematic Editor
  • There is no need to redesign everything all over again in Typhoon HIL
  • With FMU importing, design and test in a real-time simulation environment
  • Supports FMI version 2.0 for Co-simulation 

Webinar | 4th Gen HIL- HIL404

Join us and learn how the new HIL404 enables ultra-high fidelity real-time simulation of advanced motor drives and automotive applications.

Automatic Power Losses and Temperature Calculation

Thermal Network Component


Calculate Inner Temperatures of Semiconductor Devices


  • Represents thermal characteristics of semiconductor devices or a converter cooling subsystem.
  • Semiconductors power losses and temperature are automatically calculated 
  • Automatically parametrized from specific Xml files in the same way as all power losses data
  • Xml files are provided directly from semiconductors manufacturers.

”Parameters, configurations and components can all be modified and changed in very little time and with little effort. That’s why HIL environment very effectively demonstrates one of its main advantages when it comes to time consuming simulations.”


Dr. Andreas Dittrich Founder and CEO Enerdrive GmbH Zürich, Switzerland
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Quickly Design and Verify Microgrid Control Functionalities

New DER Models


PV Power Plant and Battery ESS Components


  • These new Microgrid models can be easily parametrized with just a couple of nominal parameters 
  • Internally includes typical power systems elements such as measurements, circuit breakers and transformers
  • Inputs and outputs are clearly defined in corresponding User Interface subsystems
  • Scalable, Easy to Parametrize, More Realistic Behavior, Lower HW requirements, Unified Interface

”We believe that access to energy is a basic human right. You need energy to purify water and for the basic preservation of food. You need energy to operate almost all the critical hospital equipment. Basic needs that are very key to survival are suddenly available to you just by having access to a PV system.”


Masautso Sau Ngosi Chief Technology Officer Schneider Electric Solar Business
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