The Lab-Volt Electromechanical Systems Simulation Software (LVSIM®-EMS) is a Windows®-based simulation software program that covers the same course work as the Computer-Assisted 0.2-kW Electromechanical Training System, Model 8006. With LVSIM®-EMS, all the standard EMS laboratory equipment is replaced by images of the actual EMS modules that students can manipulate on the computer screen. Using the mouse, students can identify and set up equipment for a given exercise, make the necessary connections between the simulated (virtual) EMS modules, and verify the connections made – without ever touching actual EMS hardware. Sophisticated mathematical models fully simulate the electrical and mechanical characteristics of all the actual EMS modules: power supply, motors, generators, transformers, and electrical and mechanical loads. All modules contained in the LVSIM®-EMS software feature the same front panel information as the actual EMS modules. Shortcircuit connections in the virtual equipment setup cause the virtual circuit-breaker protection to trip. This trip condition is clearly indicated on the virtual EMS modules. Used either as a complement to the actual EMS laboratory equipment, or as a stand-alone product, LVSIM-EMS is a cost effective tool that enables students to perform the same exercises as in the courseware for the Computer-Assisted 0.2-kW Electromechanical Training System, Model 8006.