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AutoCAD Electrical Learning Program

Course description

Autodesk® AutoCAD® Electrical, part of the Autodesk solution for Digital Prototyping, is AutoCAD® software for controls designers, purpose-built to create and modify electrical control systems. It contains all the functionality of AutoCAD, plus a comprehensive set of tools for automating control engineering tasks, such as building circuits, numbering wires, and creating bills of material. AutoCAD Electrical provides a library of more than 700,000 electrical symbols and components, includes real-time error checking, and enables electrical and mechanical teams to collaborate on digital prototypes built with Autodesk® Inventor® software. AutoCAD Electrical offers control engineers a competitive edge by helping save hours of effort, so they can spend more time innovating.

Who should attend?

New users of AutoCAD Electrical

Pre-requisites

Delegates should have a working knowledge of AutoCAD 2D and Electrical Drawings is Essential.

AutoCAD Electrical for Electrical Designs

  • Navigating The Interface
  • General work flow of the AutoCAD Electrical
  • Standards using in AutoCAD Electrical
  • Project Manager
  • Creating New Drawings
  • Project Batch Plotting
  • Moving through projects and project drawings
  • Managing Project Properties and Drawing Properties
  • Schematic Wiring
  • Wires and Ladders
  • Inserting Wires, Layer Assignments
  • Ladders and Rungs
  • Point-to-Point Wiring
  • Wire Numbers and Leaders
  • Source and Destination Signals
  • Using Schematic Symbols
  • Creating Parent-Child Relationships
  • Inserting Schematic Components from Lists
  • Inserting & Editing Connectors
  • Terminals, Multiple Level Terminals, and Jumpers
  • Schematic Editing
  • Copy Catalog and Location Tools
  • Swapping and Updating Blocks
  • Using the Auditing Tools
  • Update and Retag Drawings
  • Managing Wire numbers
  • Panel Layouts and Foot Prints
  • Using the DIN Rail Tool
  • Using the Terminal Strip Editor
  • Panel Layout Annotation and Reports
  • Panel Drawing Configuration
  • Footprint Layer Configuration
  • Configuring Balloons
  • Creating Panel Reports
  • Assigning Item Numbers and Inserting Balloons
  • Settings and Configurations
  • Creating Wire Types
  • Drawing Properties : Drawing Settings, Components,  Wire Numbers , Cross-References, Styles, Drawing Format ,  About WD_M Block Files
  • Project Properties: Project Settings, Components, Wire Numbers , Cross-References
  • Creating Drawing Templates
  • Installation and Search Paths
  • Custom Components - Schematic / Icon Menu Symbols /Panel Footprints
  • Schematic Reports
  • Using the Report Generator
  • Changing Report Formats
  • Types of panel reports
  • Generate a panel report
  • Generate PLC Layout Modules
  • Module layout
  • Insert PLC modules

 

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