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Create Terminal Associations

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Today’s post shows 3 different ways of creating terminal associations. We have taken a look over the past couple weeks of working with terminals in a variety of ways. If you are in need of more information or have questions about terminals please feel free to ask the cadgeek. You can submit questions directly from this blog site.

Let’s Take a Look!!!
http://www.screencast.com/t/SOCTaL4I
Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

Create and Delete Internal Terminal Jumpers

Today’s post is a continuation of my last couple when working with AutoCAD Electrical. Today I am taking a quick minute to look at creating and deleting terminal jumpers. I will be editing the block properties of a terminal to add an internal jumper between two levels of a multilevel terminal. You will see it is as simple as a right click on a terminal to edit the component.

Let’s Take a Look!!!
http://www.screencast.com/t/jGViiTcJ

Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

Electrical – Create External Terminal Jumpers

Building from last weeks post, this week I take a quick look at adding external terminal jumpers into your design. This process is exteremly easy when working with AutoCAD Electrical.

I use the Edit Jumper tool to jumper two or more terminals together in a schematic diagram. The terminals to be jumpered can be on the same drawing or span multiple drawings within the same project.

Let’s Take a Look!!!

http://www.screencast.com/t/oMcVGdf5wa
Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

Electrical Adding Terminals with Wire Number Assignments

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
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