This link provides good information of logging simulator time.
I copied and pasted the article below.
LOGGING SIMULATOR TIME One thing that generates more questions than
anything else (besides FAA certification) is the proper way to log
training time on an ATD. Here's a basic framework: In the "N" number
column, put the type/model of simulator. This lets an examiner know
the simulator is a BATD or an AATD (Advanced Aviation Training Device)
and is eligible for the time towards a certificate or rating. It's
also a good idea to provide a current copy of the LOA to clients to
show to the examiner.
In the "Type" column: Record the actual aircraft make/model flown in
the simulator (TAKEWING’S IS A C182RG). This is required information
as some examiners only allow multi-engine AATD time to count towards a
commercial ticket if flying in a multi-engine aircraft.
In the "To" and "From" columns: Record the airports used during
training (77S etc.).
The "SEL," "MEL," "Day/Night" and "Cross-Country" columns should
remain blank. These columns are designated for actual aircraft flight
only. Similarly, do not log landings (i.e. 90-day day/night landing
currency cannot be performed in an AATD).
In the "Approach" column: Log the number of approaches performed in
the simulator. The criteria for an approach is the same as in an
aircraft, passing the FAF in IMC and breaking out at or above DA/MDA
with a subsequent landing or executed missed approach.
In the actual IMC Column: No time is logged.
In simulated IMC (hood or IMC in an ATD): Log the actual time in IMC.
For example, in a 1.8 hour session, it might be typical to log about
1.5 hours of simulated IMC. In the "FTD" or "Flight Simulator" column, log the total time in the ATD.
In the "PIC" and "Total Flight" columns: log all time as this shows
the pilot experience time. An examiner can see the time under
"SEL/MEL" for actual aircraft time and the time under "FTD" or "Flight
Simulator" for simulator time. The combination of both of these is the
pilot experience. In the "Dual" column, log the entire dual training
time in the ATD.
Adhering to these guidelines should insure full credit for valid
training hours in an ATD.