# Implementing a simple 1/s integration in PSCAD while it only offers 1/sT

So I'm doing some modelling in a power systems simulation software (PSCAD)

I'm using the integrator block in that software.

Now unlike SIMULINK PSCAD doesn't offer a $1 \over s$ block but offers a $1 \over s*T$ block where $T$ is the time constant.

I just want a simple integration operation done, i.e:

When I input

$$A*sin(100t)$$

I want to get

$$-(A/100)*cos(100t)$$ What should I set the time constant $T$ to get this basic result?

• You answered your own question- You want 1/s, so T=1. – John D Dec 21 '16 at 22:52
• Thanks. I just realised that shortly after positng. I had a long day at work :) – CKCK Dec 21 '16 at 23:03

$\frac{1}{sT}$ is just the same as $\frac{1}{s}\frac{1}{T}$