Measure current, voltage, power, and motion using single- and three-phase electrical sensors.
|Accelerometer||Behavioral model of MEMS accelerometer|
|Current Sensor||Current sensor in electrical systems|
|Current Sensor (Three-Phase)||Ideal three-phase current measurement|
|Current and Voltage Sensor (Three-Phase)||Ideal three-phase current and voltage sensor (Since R2019a)|
|Gyro||Behavioral model of MEMS gyro|
|Line Voltage Sensor (Three-Phase)||Ideal three-phase line voltage measurement|
|Phase Voltage Sensor (Three-Phase)||Ideal three-phase phase voltage measurement|
|Power Sensor||Ideal instantaneous or cycle-average power measurement|
|Power Sensor (Three-Phase)||Three-phase ideal active and reactive power sensor (Since R2020b)|
|Proximity Sensor||Ideal behavioral model of simple distance sensor|
|PS Sensor||Generic linear transducer with electrical output|
|Voltage Sensor||Voltage sensor in electrical systems|
- Essential Electrical Modeling Techniques
Apply Simscape™ modeling rules when you build electronic, mechatronic, and electrical power system networks using Simscape Electrical™.
- Three-Phase Ports
Connect three-phase blocks using composite ports for three-phase lines or expanded ports for single-phase lines.
- Parameterizing Blocks from Datasheets
Overview of techniques used to specify block parameters to match the data from manufacturer datasheets.