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The symbol for the potential connection point hangs on the mouse pointer. The Properties components : Potential connection point opens. On the Potential definition tab in the properties dialog, for the Name of potential, enter the value L1. In the Properties group box for the Potential type, select the value L from the dropdown list. The properties dialog is then closed. You can immediately insert more potential connection points. After the symbols are placed, a different symbol variant must be selected in the properties dialog.
Tip: If there are different variants of a symbol such as for a potential connec- tion point , then you already have several possibilities during positioning to select between the different variants. For instance, if the symbol is hanging on the mouse pointer, you can press the [Ctrl] key and move the cursor in a circle.
The various variants are displayed. Once you have decided on a variant, first release the [Ctrl] key, then click the left mouse button to place the symbol. A different way to page between the variants available consists of pressing the [Tab] key while inserting. For each direction, there are then four variants.
The T-node hangs on the mouse pointer. The insertion points of all placed schematic elements are shown in the schematic as «black squares». Double-click on the insertion point of the T-node. The T-node right dialog opens. Here, select the option 1st target below, 2nd target right. No variant selection is necessary.
Alternatively, you can select the respective object and select the Properties menu item in the popup menu. Drawing rectangles 1. The rectangle hangs on the mouse pointer. Click the left mouse button to determine the starting point of the rectangle. Note: When inserting graphical elements, a small text window for inputting numbers is displayed on the cursor by default. This text window is called the «input box».
The values entered in the input box relate to the graphical coordinate system with its origin at the bottom-left and which is reported in «mm» or «inch», according to the preset displayed measuring unit. If the Input box function is enabled in the Options menu, you can use the input box, for example, to position graphical elements quickly and precisely on graphical pages. On such pages, the graphical coordinate system is preset.
The symbol for the line hangs on the mouse pointer. Click the left mouse button to determine the starting point of the first line of the rectangle. To «visually» highlight the action line, change the formatting properties of the lines inserted. Double-click, for instance, on the «PE» line the first line. The Properties dialog opens. In the Properties dialog, switch to the Format tab. Change the settings here. Repeat this action for the second action line. To differentiate the lines, select different formatting properties e.
Selecting a symbol In Symbol selection, you can select symbols from a tree or list view. In the tree view, symbols are divided neatly into different groups based on their function definitions. Here, you can page through the different groups until you find the symbol you want. Example: The following illustration shows symbol selection through the tree view for the first device to be inserted. On the right side in the dialog, the Symbol selection presents you with a preview.
Once you have selected the de- sired symbol in the preview, you can then accept it with a double-click. For the sample project, we are using a symbol selection from the list view. You can also select a symbol very quickly using direct entry in the list view. Note: The symbol selection via direct entry described below works only if you leave the columns of the list configured so that the name of the symbol is in the first column.
The Symbol selection dialog is opened. In the Symbol selection dialog, select the List tab. To reduce the number of symbols shown, select a filter now. To do this, from the Filter drop-down list, apply the IEC symbols, multi- line entry. Select the Active check box to activate the filter settings. The various symbols are managed in so-called «symbol libraries».
In the Direct entry field, enter Q1. After you enter the first character, the cursor jumps to the first symbol whose name begins with that character, and selects it. The selected symbol is displayed in the preview window on the right side, with all existing variants.
The first variant of each is se- lected in the preview window. The symbol will also be displayed in the Graphical preview. In the list, select the three-pole switch Q1 and click [OK]. The symbol hangs on the mouse pointer and can be placed on the current page in the Graphical editor.
Determining properties After placing the switch on the page, the Properties components dialog opens. Some fields are already prepopulated with entries. This behavior is called «online numbering». The fields Displayed DT, Connection point designation, and Connection point description are already prepopulated with entries.
Enter the value 16A into the Technical characteristics field. In the Function text field, enter the text Load interrupter. In the schematic, you also see the connection point designations entered and the function text. Tip: To call up Symbol selection quickly, you can also use the [Insert] key or the button Symbol in the Symbols toolbar.
Inserting other general devices Proceed in the same fashion as above for the components listed below. In the list view, select Symbol selection using direct entry. To do this, enter the symbol name given below for each one, and leave the IEC symbols, multi-line filter filter activated.
Before you can then select a different symbol, you must finish the action and then call Symbol selection again. Position the symbols on the given coordinates and fill in the properties of the components inserted, if necessary.
The entries of the prepopulated properties are given in parentheses in the following listing. Symbol description Entries 1.
You can also select the menu item Line break from the popup menu. Symbol description Entries 4. K1, and don’t enter any device tag there. Symbol description Entries 9. As Name of potential and Potential type, you must enter PE. Inserting Terminal Strips and Terminals Terminals are a kind of device and, like general devices, can only be inserted into your schematic using symbol selection.
If you haven’t yet, activate the Filter IEC symbols, multi-line. In the Direct entry field, enter X. In the list, select the terminal X and click [OK]. The terminal symbol hangs on the mouse pointer and can be placed on the current page in the Graphical editor. The Properties components : Terminals dialog opens. Here is where you determine the properties of the terminals. Terminals are also automatically numbered by default.
This way, you can store the terminal parts on the individual terminals. For this purpose, the Main terminal check box is activated in the prop- erty dialog. Next, you must modify the function definition of the inserted terminal. The function definition defines the standard behavior of a function. The terminal symbols are initially inserted with a general function definition. You can then decide later on the specific terminal N ter- minal, PE terminal, etc. For this purpose, click the [ The Function definitions dialog opens.
Here, in the tree of the Selection field, select the function definition Terminal with saddle jumper, 2 connection points.
The Function definitions dialog is closed. In the Properties components : Terminals dialog, also click [OK]. The terminal with the displayed DT —X1 is placed in the schematic. For the first two terminals, you can accept the predefined terminal designations 2 and 3, but for the last terminal change the designation to PE. Modify the function defini- tions for all terminals. For the first two terminals -X and -X , also select the function definition Terminal with saddle jumper, 2 connection points, and for the PE terminal -X the function definition PE terminal with rail contact, 2 connection points.
Finish the action by selecting the menu item Cancel action from the popup menu. The terminal strip definition identifies the terminal strip and contains all the relevant data for the terminal strip as well as the terminal strip part information. The symbol for the terminal strip definition hangs on the mouse pointer. The Properties components : Terminal strip definition dialog opens.
Due to the automatic numbering, the field Displayed DT is already prepopulated with the entry —X2. In the Displayed DT field on the Terminal strip definition tab, enter the strip designation -X1 already assigned in the schematic. In the Function text field, enter the text Motor, 4 connection points.
The terminal strip definition is inserted at the given coordinates. The cable definition line must cross the corresponding connections. The symbol for the cable definition line hangs on the mouse pointer. Click with the left mouse button to establish the starting point of the line. The Properties components : Cable dialog opens.
Due to the automatic numbering, the field Displayed DT is already prepopu- lated with the entry —W1. In the Function text field, enter the text Motor. In the fields No. From the drop-down list for the Unit field, select the entry mm2. In the schematic, the cable definition line with the displayed DT —W1 is shown along with the data entered.
When drawing the cable definition line, a connection definition point is automatically set at each intersection of connections with the cable defi- nition line.
The cable conductors are determined via the connection defi- nition points. You will only see these automatically generated connection definition points if you have activated the view of insertion points.
For certain actions e. In doing this, new connections are generated based on the available information or existing connections are updated. The individual connection can get its data from project settings, potentials, or from a connection definition point. Since the connection data is not automatically updated for each action, we recommend manually updating before certain actions such as the execution of check runs, or working in navigator dialogs. EPLAN updates all connections in the project.
If the check box is not activated, updating is only carried for the current selection of pages, functions, etc. If no other function text is entered for a component, the function text from the path will be used for reports e. The Properties – Path function text dialog opens. On the Text tab, enter the term, Power supply. The path function text hangs on the mouse pointer.
Click the left mouse button to place the text in the desired path. Note: Be sure when inserting path function texts that the insertion point of the text is aligned with the insertion point of the component which should receive the path function text. Inserting «Interruption Point» Connection Symbols 1. The interruption point symbol hangs on the mouse pointer. Hold [Ctrl] and then move the cursor in a circle. The different variants are displayed.
Select the variant with the arrow pointing downwards Variant D , and release the [Ctrl] key. The Properties components : Interruption point dialog opens. The interruption point is inserted at the given coordinates. Now you must insert two more action lines. Assign this «PE» line the same formatting properties you assigned to the first «PE» line. Change the formatting properties for this line, too. For instance, select a different line thickness and a different line type.
Next, you will also insert components on the second schematic page, thus generating cross-references. In this chapter, you will complete the schematic on the second page, thus generating cross-references. EPLAN differentiates between different types of cross-reference.
The program automatically inserts most of these cross-reference automati- cally online. Based on the sample project, you will get to know some of the most common cross-reference types. More detailed information on the different types of cross-reference can be found in the EPLAN online help.
Devices can consist of different elements and be distributed across mul- tiple pages of schematics. It can also be necessary to depict a device multiple times. In such cases, cross-references identify the fact that individual components belong together. A cross-reference shows you where the other part of a device can be found in the schematic.
Using cross-references, you can reliably find a component or associated parts on a series of pages. How are cross-references displayed in the schematic? The cross-references are shown by default in the order, [Separa- tor]Page name[Separator]Column. By default, the cross-references receive a different color than the other elements displayed.
The NC power contact -K1 on the first schematic page will later be cross-referenced to a coil which then is located on page 2 in column 2. Automatically Generating Interruption Point Cross-references First, insert two interruption points on the second schematic page.
Inter- ruption points are used to represent connections encompassing more than one page. To do this, select them in the Page navigator and double-click on the page.
For com- parison, look at the procedure in section «Inserting «Interruption Point» Connection Symbols» on page Generating Cross-references 82 EPLAN Electric P8 — Getting Started Changing display settings for the interruption points To prevent the device tag from crossing future autoconnect lines, addi- tional settings must be made in the appropriate property dialogs.
In the dialog Properties components : Interruption point switch to the Display tab. The entries in the Alignment, X coordinate, and Docking fields will change. The displayed properties are shown to the left of the insertion point. The interruption point L- is inserted. The cross-references are displayed at both inserted interruption points beside the device tag.
The cross-references refer to the interruption points with the same dis- played DT located on the first schematic page.
On this page, too, corres- ponding cross-references are displayed at the interruption points. Or use the Connec- tion symbols toolbar to insert the listed components. To do this, after inserting, click on the insertion point of the T-node and then, in the T-node right dialog, select the corresponding option see section «Inserting «T-node» Connection Symbols» on page Or you can use the [Ctrl] key when inserting to rotate the symbol on the cursor and select the right variant that way.
This form of cross-reference display is often used for contactor coils or motor over- load switches. In the Direct entry field, enter K. In the list, select the coil K and click [OK]. The Properties components : General device dialog opens. In the properties dialog, switch to the Coil tab. In the Displayed DT field, enter -K1. This includes the connection point designations, the sym- bols, and the schematic positions of the contacts cross-referenced to the coil and is shown below the coil.
Inserting another contact for the coil Now use symbol selection to insert another contact for the coil. For searching via direct entry enter S and then select the NO contact with symbol number 1. The DT selection dialog which then appears shows all the DTs present in the project which match the given function. Inserting Contacts and Contact Image for Motor Overload Switches Finally, insert two more contacts on this page for the motor overload switch —Q2 on the first schematic page.
In the Direct entry field, enter O. In the properties dialog, switch to the NC contact tab. In the Displayed DT field, enter -Q2. Or apply the displayed DT using DT selection. To do so, click [ Now use symbol selection to insert another NO contact symbol name for Direct entry: S; symbol number: 1. You have now completed the creation of the schematic on the second page. On the motor overload switch itself, you see the contacts just inserted as a contact image.
The cross-referenced contacts are shown as symbols on the action line of the motor overload switch. In addition, the connec- tion point designations and the schematic positions of the contacts can be seen in the contact image. Tip: From the NO contact you just inserted, —Q2, you can jump directly to the motor overload switch on the first schematic page. Changing the contact image position For contacts to be shown in a contact image, appropriate display settings must be made for the contact image in the properties dialog of the motor overload switch.
Look at these settings in the motor overload switch.
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