Four series are currently available:
Series 100 - RCP/HIL. Simulink models run on CPU and I#O managed by the FPGA
Series 200 - RCP/HIL for Power Electronic systems simulated on the CPU
Series 300 - RCP/HIL for fast Power Electronic system simulation on FPGASeries 400 - RCP/HIL for fast Power Electronic system simulation on FPGA with eHS and Power Grids simulation on CPU "This level of performance highlights the strength of our strategy of using standard computer technology to provide the best products to our customer at the best price" says Jean Belanger, CEO and OPAL-RT co-founder, adding " OPAL-RT's strategy is to democratize real-time simulation technologies by taking advantage of the best technologies developed for the mass market." First deliveries of OP4500 will occur in the coming weeks for Universities located in India and USA. For example, the OP4500 simulators will be used to set up a real-time simulation laboratory for students conducting close loop test. One unit will be used to simulate power system models and another will act as a reprogrammable controller unit. Its possible applications are numerous; it can be used for Rapid Control Prototyping (RCP) and Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) simulation for R&D and everything related to its teaching and also for bench top and portable test and measurement systems, as well as FPGA development system. This innovative offer marks the arrival of a new product range that combines performance and reduced cost; a true revolution in the real-time simulation industry driven by a game changer called OPAL-RT TECHNOLOGIES. * Price for an OP4500 capable to simulate a power grid with up to 30 nodes. Prices outside Canada and USA may be different. Prices for RCP and mechatronic applications are lower. About OPAL-RT TECHNOLOGIES: OPAL-RT is a world leading developer of open, Real-Time Digital Simulators and Hardware-in-the-Loop testing equipment for electrical, electro-mechanical and power electronics systems. Our simulators are used by engineers and researchers at leading manufacturers, utilities, universities and research centers around the world.