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How to Download and Install PLECS Blockset with a License File




PLECS Blockset is a software tool that allows you to simulate and design power electronic systems using MATLAB and Simulink. PLECS Blockset offers a comprehensive library of components, models, and solvers for power electronics applications. You can also use PLECS Blockset to generate code for real-time simulation and hardware-in-the-loop testing.




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To use PLECS Blockset, you need to have a valid license file that enables the features and products that you have purchased or requested. In this article, we will show you how to download and install PLECS Blockset with a license file on different platforms. We will also explain how to use PLECS Blockset in demo mode or request a trial or student license.


Downloading PLECS Blockset




The first step to install PLECS Blockset is to download the appropriate package file from the Plexim website. You can find the download link here: https://plexim.com/download/blockset.


The download page shows the platforms and MATLAB versions currently supported by PLECS Blockset. You need to have MATLAB and Simulink installed on your system before installing PLECS Blockset. The download page also shows the file name, size, and checksum of each package file. You can use the checksum to verify the integrity of the downloaded file.


The package file includes all files for the following PLECS products:


  • PLECS Blockset



  • PLECS Coder



  • PLECS PIL



Your license file determines which products will be enabled on your system. You do not need administrator privileges in order to install PLECS.


Installing PLECS Blockset on Windows




If you already have a license file *.lic for PLECS, copy it to your harddisk. Run the installer executable by double-clicking it. PLECS can be installed for the current user or for all users of a computer. To install PLECS for all users, the installer must be executed with administrator privileges.


After the installer has finished, it will automatically start the PLECS Blockset Installation Wizard. If you need to start the wizard manually at a later time, you will find a shortcut in the "PLECS Blockset" folder in the Windows Start menu.


On the License File page you can choose to keep an existing license file, copy a new license file from your harddisk or request a trial or student license.


Review the MATLAB Search Path page and click Continue.


Start MATLAB and enter plecslib or choose the entry PLECS in the Simulink Library Browser to open the PLECS Library.


You can watch a video on how to install PLECS Blockset on a Windows operating system here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zxw7yYl0QdA.


Installing PLECS Blockset on Mac OS X




If you already have a license file *.lic for PLECS, copy it to your harddisk. Open the downloaded disk image by double-clicking it and copy the folder PLECS Blockset (x.y) to the Application folder or to another location of your choice.


Run the application PLECS.app inside the folder PLECS Blockset (x.y) by double-clicking it. This will start the PLECS Blockset Installation Wizard.


On the License File page you can choose to keep an existing license file, copy a new license file from your harddisk or request a trial or student license.


Review the MATLAB Search Path page and click Continue.


Start MATLAB and enter plecslib or choose the entry PLECS in the Simulink Library Browser to open the PLECS Library.


You can watch a video on how to install PLECS Blockset on a Mac operating system here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Xg8J4fO6cE.


Installing PLECS Blockset on Linux




If you already have a license file *.lic for PLECS, copy it to your harddisk. Open a terminal and expand the package file plecs-x-y-z_linux64.tar.gz by entering the command tar -xvf plecs-x-y-z_linux64.tar.gz in a directory of your choice.


Still within the terminal execute the program PLECS.setup inside the folder plecs/bin/glnxa64. This will start the PLECS Blockset Installation Wizard.


On the License File page you can choose to keep an existing license file, copy a new license file from your harddisk or request a trial or student license.


Review the MATLAB Search Path page and click Continue.


Start MATLAB and enter plecslib or choose the entry PLECS in the Simulink Library Browser to open the PLECS Library.


Licensing and Demo Mode




If PLECS cannot locate any license file when you start it, it will show a message that it is unlicensed. Choose Start in demo mode to use PLECS in a restricted demo mode that lets you build models and run simulations. Saving models or data is disabled in this mode.


Choose Open license manager... to open the License Manager, which lets you install a license file or request a time-limited trial or student license.


If PLECS does locate license files but they do not contain a valid license (e.g. because it has expired) it will immediately open the License Manager without


the option to start the demo mode.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to download and install PLECS Blockset with a license file on different platforms. We have also explained how to use


PLECS Blockset in demo mode or request a trial or student license. We hope that this article has helped you to get started with using PLECS Blockset for your power electronic system simulation and design needs.


Using PLECS Blockset




Once you have installed PLECS Blockset with a license file, you can start using it for your power electronic system simulation and design projects. You can use PLECS Blockset to create models of power converters, motors, generators, loads, controllers, and other components. You can also use PLECS Blockset to simulate the dynamic behavior of your system under different operating conditions and scenarios.


PLECS Blockset provides a comprehensive library of components and models that cover various aspects of power electronics, such as electrical circuits, magnetic devices, thermal effects, mechanical systems, and control algorithms. You can also create your own custom components and models using MATLAB functions or C code. You can also import models from other sources, such as SPICE netlists or Simulink models.


PLECS Blockset integrates seamlessly with Simulink and allows you to use all the features and tools of MATLAB and Simulink for your power electronic system simulation and design. You can use Simulink scopes, data logging, debugging, parameter tuning, and optimization tools with PLECS Blockset models. You can also use Simulink blocks and subsystems in your PLECS Blockset models.


Generating Code with PLECS Blockset




One of the advantages of using PLECS Blockset is that you can generate code for real-time simulation and hardware-in-the-loop testing with PLECS Coder and PLECS PIL. These products allow you to run your PLECS Blockset models on a target hardware platform without manual coding or translation.


PLECS Coder generates C code from your PLECS Blockset model that can be compiled and executed on a target hardware platform. You can use PLECS Coder to generate code for various platforms, such as microcontrollers, DSPs, FPGAs, or PCs. You can also use PLECS Coder to generate code for rapid prototyping or embedded deployment of your power electronic system.


PLECS PIL allows you to run your PLECS Blockset model on a target hardware platform while maintaining the connection with Simulink on your host computer. You can use PLECS PIL to test your power electronic system in real time with realistic inputs and outputs. You can also use PLECS PIL to debug and tune your model parameters and control algorithms.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to download and install PLECS Blockset with a license file on different platforms. We have also explained how to use PLECS Blockset in demo mode or request a trial or student license. We have also introduced some of the features and benefits of using PLECS Blockset for your power electronic system simulation and design needs.


We hope that this article has helped you to get started with using PLECS Blockset for your projects. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact us at support@plexim.com. We would love to hear from you!


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to download and install PLECS Blockset with a license file on different platforms. We have also explained how to use PLECS Blockset in demo mode or request a trial or student license. We have also introduced some of the features and benefits of using PLECS Blockset for your power electronic system simulation and design needs.


We hope that this article has helped you to get started with using PLECS Blockset for your projects. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact us at support@plexim.com. We would love to hear from you! 6c859133af


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