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Electrical Inserting a DIN RAIL

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Today I will be taking a look at working with DIN RAIL. The process is very similar to adding any component to a design with a few small differences in how they are placed and represented/viewed in your design.

The Din Rail is generated based on data held in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet called WDDINRL.XLS. Each row in the main worksheet, DIN_RAIL, represents a rail type. The Manufacturer, Catalog, and Description fields are used to create the drop-down list on the dialog box.

Let’s Take a Look!!!

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Working with PLC’s Part One – Inserting PLC

My next three blog post are all going to center around working with PLC’s. Today’s blog being the first in the series inserting a PLC. Many of us using the product are aware of how to simply insert a PLC. There is a nice workflow avaiable to break a PLC and continue doing other types of work and then come back to it and finish inserting it as you will see in my video. This content is being driven from INCAT’s last AutoCAD Electrical User Group. If you have never been please check out the next one being held on April 7th 2009. You can register at:

Lets take a look at inserting a PLC
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