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Working with PLCs Part Three Address Information for Wire Numbers

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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

Working with PLC’s Part 2 – Creating New and Editing the Database

Part two working with PLC’s will cover how to build a new PLC and also cover how to edit the existing PLC Database from AutoCAD Electrical. This video is a little longer than most still under 9 minutes in length, but the need seems to be great from the user community to cover this information. I hope this helps and we will see you next week for Part 3 Working with PLC’s. Enjoy!!!

Lets take a look:

http://www.screencast.com/t/uRgjUZYYe

Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

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: http://www.incat.com/autodesk/Events.asp


Lets take a look at inserting a PLC
http://www.screencast.com/t/aUVf1nfZa
Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

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