Controlled Ideal Intermediate Switch
Controlled ideal intermediate switch
Modelica Standard Library
The Controlled Ideal Intermediate Switch models a four-terminal, two-pole, electrical switch controlled by an analog signal. When the signal value is greater than the threshold value defined by the level parameter, the switch is in the cross-connection mode and the (isolated) common terminals are connected to the opposing diagonal terminals; otherwise, the switch is in the parallel-connection mode and the common terminals are connected to the opposing parallel terminals.
To prevent singularities during switching, the opened switch has a (very low) conductance Goff and the closed switch has a (very low) resistance Ron.
Port 1 positive pin
Port 2 positive pin
Port 1 negative pin
Port 2 negative pin
Conditional heat port
Switch threshold level
Resistance of the closed switch
Conductance of the opened switch
Use Heat Port
True (checked) means heat port is enabled
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