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Electrical Adding Terminals with Wire Number Assignments

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Today we take a look at adding multiple terminals into our schematics. We will use the multiple insert command that allows us to take advantage of fencing to have all components added to the areas that we ran our fencing across as you will see in the video.

Remember the terminal symbols on the schematic are a representation of wire connection points. The terminal symbol representation on the schematic can have associations with the physical terminal block on the panel drawing.

There are four types of terminal behavior that you can select from and five main terminal styles (square, round, hexagon, diamond, and triangle). Each type of terminal behavior is controlled by the terminal block name.

I will be following up this post with:

  • Creating External Terminal Jumpers
  • Creating and Deleting Internal Jumpers
  • Creating Terminal Associations

Let’s Take a Look!!!
http://www.screencast.com/t/gyWd8Os0B
Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

Working with PLCs Part Three Address Information for Wire Numbers

Part Three working with PLC’s talks about using the PLC address information for our wire numbers. This tool inserts wire numbers based upon the I/O address that each PLC connected wire touches. Wire numbers go in as FIXED which means that they do not change if a wire number retag is run later on.

Lets take a look:
http://www.screencast.com/t/a2zj6Y49ocC
Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

I’ll Take Multiple Parts for $1,000…Alex

So here we are trying to get our assembly built and I am sick of placing each part into the assembly one at a time.
Well help is hear TODAY!! Yes we can insert groups of parts right into the assembly file and then start placing constraints to hold them together.
We can either multi-select from the place component dialogue box or we can also drag and drop from a Windows Explorer file list.

Check out this super time saver for assembly building in this quick video:
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Enjoy,
Jim
One of the INCAT CAD Geeeks!

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