IRVINE, Calif. – March 23, 2017 - ETAP® announces the latest version of its power system analysis software, ETAP 16.1. This point release augments the many enhancements and features of ETAP 16 multi-language release with focus on expansion of User-Definable Dynamic Model (UDM) libraries:
- Over 50 New UDM Models:
- IEEE 421.5 Exciters
- IEEE 421.5 PSS, UEL and OEL
- WECC Approved Exciters and Governors
- Energy Storage Models
- Math functions with Multiple Inputs
- Go-To blocks for Internal / External Connections
- C# Scripting using MIMO Function Blocks
- Blazing performance up to 50 times faster
For a complete list of all new features and enhancements of this release, visit https://etap.com/software/whats-new
For existing customers, ETAP 16.1 full release can be downloaded from ETAP Help Desk
A demo version of ETAP 16 is available in seven localized languages. Click here to request and download the demo version.
ETAP is the global market and technology leader in modeling, design, analysis, optimization, monitoring, control, and automation software for electrical power systems. The company has been powering success for 30 years by providing the most comprehensive and widely-used enterprise solutions for generation, transmission, distribution, industrial, transportation, and low-voltage power systems. Founded in 1986, ETAP is headquartered in Irvine, California, USA, with over 70 offices around the world.
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