Design Smart with PowerStar Electrical Engineering Software

Rooty Hill, Australia (PressExposure) September 08, 2009 -- Megasys Software, a software developer specializing electrical engineering design software, has announced the release of PowerStar. It is a powerful but easy to use and highly flexible software for radial or star type distribution circuits. Capable of calculating combinations of single phase and unbalanced 3-phase circuits, it is ideal for commercial, industrial, mining and other distribution projects.

Electrical Engineers will save time on projects involving circuit calculation, most especially laborious combinations of line to neutral, line to line and unbalanced three phase calculations as well as wye to delta current and voltage transformations where transformers are involved.

A list of some of the capabilities of PowerStar: - Complete device information includes node voltages, voltage drops, current, kW, kVA and kVAr flow. - Evaluate the effects of disconnected devices and branches on the rest of the circuit. - Calculate three-phase, line to neutral and line to line load flow. - Click on symbol to display or edit device rating and other properties. - Mouseover any symbol to display electrical data. - Highlight devices with over current, kVA/kW overload, over/under voltage. - Print or plot to any Windows compatible printer or plotter. - Cut, copy and paste devices and circuit sections to the Windows clipboard. - Use graphics to annotate and add legends, title blocks, and logos to the single line diagram.

Pricing and Availability

A single-user license of PowerStar runs under Windows XP/Vista/7. Introductory price is $345.00 USD. Further information on the product, as well as its free trial version, is available at

About Megasys Software

Megasys Software is a small software company based on the western suburbs of Sydney, AUSTRALIA. It was first incorporated in New South Wales in 1994.
Since then, they have sold many of their popular software package to clients around the world. Majority of applications include mines, industrial plants, commercial buildings, and universities.

For more information, please visit the company's website at

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Press Release Submitted On: September 17, 2009 at 10:32 pm
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