Tutorials & Training

SIMPLIS Tutorial - The SIMPLIS tutorial is intended to help new users get started with the SIMPLIS simulator and to serve as a general reference for SIMPLIS.  The tutorial follows the progression of a buck converter design from first constructs to a final, parametrized, hierarchical design.

Learning SIMPLIS - A structured experience in which a capable and willing engineer can come up to speed with SIMPLIS in four (full-time) weeks. At the conclusion of the experience, the engineer will be confident that they will be able to competently apply SIMPLIS to appropriate switching power supply modeling objectives.

DVM Tutorial - The DVM Tutorial guides a user through configuring a working schematic to run in the Design Verification Module, run built-in test plans and customize them.  A host of other, more advanced, topics is covered as well, including schematic and component modification and test configuration.

MDM Tutorial - The MDM Tutorial introduces a user to the basics of the SIMPLIS Magnetics Design Module through the design of an inductor for a DC-to-DC Buck converter and a transformer for an isolated AC line self-oscillating flyback converter.

Advanced SIMPLIS Training Materials - This section of the documentation comes directly from the training course that SIMPLIS Technologies conducts several times per year in different locations.  The course material is intended for those with some experience using SIMPLIS and covers a wide range of topics from the POP analysis to Parameterization to measuring Switching Losses and Efficiency.