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Again the following applies when copying pages: Without asking for conirmation, EPLAN automatically sorts new identiiers into the existing structure alphabetically or at the end, depending on the setting.

They can be resorted later in structure identiier management. You can, of course, copy more than one page. Ater you make all desired entries and conirm any subsequent dia- logs, these pages are inserted into the EPLAN project in the selected structure.

These two commands always relate to the selected pages. All page-related commands, i. Since you can open and edit several projects at once in the EPLAN page navigator, it is very useful to have a function that lets you conveniently copy pages from one project to another. As already mentioned, a project does not need to be open in the page navigator in order to copy pages from it.

The lower area of the copy pAges dialog shows additional information about the selected page. A preview for the selected pages can also be activated. The right ield in the copy pAges dialog is ixed and always indicates the current project. It cannot be changed. You can use the button to select and open any other project.

Initially, only projects currently open in the page navigator are listed. In this dialog, you can select and open one or more projects to be used in the project selection dialog. First you select the project s , then click open to add the selected project s to the pro- ject selection dialog.

When you need to copy many subpages and convert them to main pages, for example. Any follow-up dialogs, such as the insertion Mode dialog, must be conirmed as required. This completes the copying of pages from external projects. You can now copy pages from other projects. If this is not required, you can exit the copy pAges dialog with the close button. EPLAN closes the dialog and all temporarily opened projects and returns to graphical editing of the currently opened project.

This page name can include alphanumeric characters. The page name number is renamed using the renAMe pAge menu item. In the page navigator, you can also simply select the page and press the F2 key. EPLAN then lets you change the page name number without directly opening the page properties of this page.

Pressing enter saves the changed page name number. Renaming the page name number Fig. Sometimes you need to delete them.

You are already familiar with the procedure. The pages to be deleted are selected in the page navigator and then deleted using the Delete function in the page navigator popup menu or by pressing the del key. Before the actual deletion, EPLAN displays a delete pAges dialog with a warning mes- sage asking if the page s should actually be deleted. NOTE: The following is very important and should be noted when deleting pages.

It makes a diference how pages are selected in thepage navigator. Only these four pages will be deleted. In Fig. Unintentional deletion of pages is usually noticed immediately, since the page navigator is updated ater a deletion and the missing pages, higher-level functions, or locations are or should be immediately obvious.

NOTE: If the project was closed in the interim, the deleted pages are irre- trievably lost! This prevents accidental deletion of entire projects from the page navigator popup menu. It closes open pages. The close function is accessible in the pAge menu and also via the page navigator popup menu. It is possible to select several open pages in the page navigator and close them all at once.

The close function only closes the project page s and not the project, not even if it is selected. The Full page name can be changed for example, you could change the page number from 2 to 3, which will move the page or modify the Page description.

These properties can all be edited when they are not grayed out. New properties are added via the button. Here you can select the desired properties multiple selections are possible and apply them in the Page properties display by clicking the oK button.

If several pages are selected in the page navigator and the popup menu is then used to call the properties function, then the properties of all selected pages can be edited in a single step. Edit the properties of multiple pages Fig. Examples would be the scale or grid of the pages. When all entries are complete, you can exit the pAge properties dialog by clicking oK.

EPLAN saves all entries and then closes the dialog. Double-clicking an empty area will not open the page properties. To do so, you irst create a ilter scheme and then activate the quick entry column. You only have to set one, like here in the Page type. You simply activate the required value, here the to-be-iltered page type. This can still be used to ilter search results or to ind and ilter speciic structure identiiers.

The main area is the working area for editing the schematic the graphical editor. A number of dialogs can be associated with the main area. These range from the page navigator to user-deined toolbars.

The graphical editor is not restricted to a single representation. The familiar idea of work- spaces can be used to rapidly switch the entire EPLAN user interface from one represen- tation to another, including all the associated dialogs, toolbars, etc. The most important function of the title bar is the display of the cur- rently open project name. This display can be customized by the user. The information logic shows the page type and the scale of this page.

The example shows an open logical page at a scale of This does not apply to all functions, but looking at the status bar can be a great help for some EPLAN actions. The last characters in the status bar have the following meaning: The hash means that the project contains connections that have not been updated.

This is easy to remember and the command then only requires a single keystroke. The current system messages can then be read here. There are diferent points of view: the graphical system and the logical systems for the areas of electrical engineering, luid power and process engineering.

This means that when the page scale changes, the page is enlarged upwards and to the right. These positions are always measured from the original element and its origin usually the so-called insertion point in diferent directions. In this case these are negative values, since the property is Fig. The grid is visually displayed with small dots. These grid settings can then be selected in the Fig. They can all be assigned to a keyboard shortcut as well.

This function enables or disables Snap to grid. When Snap to grid is enabled, elements can only be placed on the activated grid. Intermediate positions or free placement are not possible. When the grid snap is switched of, then all elements can be freely placed this also applies to logic elements such as symbols.

This Snap to grid function allows you to align diferent elements outside the grid to the currently set grid. The design mode allows you to align graphical elements to speciic points, i. If the design mode is enabled, irst you select the action, Move for example, and then you select the object and deine its starting and end points. Then use the mouse to pull a window around the misaligned elements. The window can be pulled in any direction.

When inished all elements are contained in the window , release the mouse button and EPLAN will align all elements that are inside the window to the grid. It also works the other way around. First select the object s you want to align and then click the button. EPLAN will then align the selected objects to the set grid. These two features relate to the cursor position. If the use grApHicAl coordinAtes option is deactivated, then it is only possible to enter integer values, such as 1, 3 or If the use grApHicAl coordinAtes option is activated, then it is also possible to enter Increment input real numbers such as 1.

Coordinate input Fig. The X and Y positions can be directly entered in this dialog. NOTE: The mouse should not be used here because it would probably shit the position where you want to jump. During coordinate input, it is also possible to switch between the diferent coordinate systems graphic, electrical engineering, luid power and process engineering.

The relAtiVe coordinAte input function is accessed via the options menu. This means that you could start drawing a new line and then call the relative coordinate input.

In the simplest case, you could enter the length of the line, and EPLAN would use this length, place the cursor in the position and terminate the drawing of the line. In contrast to the static coordinate input, the input here is always relative to the current cursor position. You should take this into consideration when drawing. In order to redeine the base point, for example, to calculate the horizontal values from the center of the circle, you place the cursor on the center, press the o key and then press enter.

All positions are immediately calculated using this new base point and displayed in the status bar. You can reset the base point shit using the o key or you can simply change pages. EPLAN also ofers true to scale drawings with many dimension- ing possibilities and many additional well-known CAD functions, such as stretching, trim- ming modifying the length and grouping of elements.

This will not be explained in detail here because the calls and the functions are very simple and easy to understand. If you require 1 millimeter in- crements, then you should set the grid for this page to 1 1 millimeter , either by using the buttons of the grid settings or directly in the page properties i.

Now there are three options. Option 1: You draw rectangle using the mouse or the keyboard by counting grid in- crements. In addition to the pure graphical functions, such as drawing a rectangle or circle, EPLAN also lets you edit these graphical objects later.

Such editing could include the following: changing the length of graphical elements, cutting out parts of graphical elements, round- ing corners and much more. Then, you have to deine the center of rotation around which the object is to be rotated. Now you enter the rotation angle directly in the input box and conirm with enter.

EPLAN has rotated the object. You can also rotate pure symbols components. But you can only use the rotation angles that already exist as a symbol variant.

Then you select the object to be mirrored. You can also mirror pure symbols components. But you can only use the mirroring angles that already exist as a symbol variant. You must enter a decimal point in the scaling factor for it to work. Then, you select the right-hand section of the rectangle in this example with a window. EPLAN places round markers in the corners and waits for you to deine the starting point of the stretch.

NOTE: Using cutof for grouped objects is not quite the same. If you want to cut sections of grouped objects, you have to keep the SHIFT key pressed and then cut the relevant section. Ater launching the function, you can click the desired corner and deine the illet radius in the input box. Chamfer does not illet corners, it gives them a sloping edge. EPLAN uses these parameters ater you press enter or let-click the object. The same chamfer setting can be applied imme- diately to the next corner.

Every element must be manually adjusted to its new size via the properties dialog, or when multiple elements are selected, the elements that are not to be scaled must be manually deselected. You use the mouse to select all elements that belong together and then call up the group command from the menu or alternatively use the g key. You simply select one of the grouped ele- ments EPLAN automatically selects all the elements in the group.

EPLAN removes the grouping and all elements are once more individually accessible. Individual elements within a grouping can also be edited independently. Press and hold the sHiFt key, and then double-click the desired object within the group. The remaining group objects are not afected. In addition to inserting and drawing new elements, you can also copy and delete ele- ments.

In this menu, you can call up the func- tions copy, MoVe, etc. To use the functions on ele- ments, you have to irst select an element let mouse click and then select the function. EPLAN ofers accurately scaled dimensioning, depending on the page scale that is set. Dimensioning types include, for example, continued dimension and radius dimension. The procedure for dimensioning elements is just as simple as drawing the elements themselves.

The various dimensioning methods will be illustrated with an example. This allows EPLAN to start precisely at the ends or the midpoints of elements, without you having to tediously try to reach the ends of a line, for example. This usually cannot be done precisely. In this example, a rectangle will be dimensioned. EPLAN sets this point as the start of the dimensioning.

For the dimensioning itself, there are a number of properties that can be called by double- clicking the dimension itself. The Format tab is where you deine the settings for dimension values, etc. This does not afect the dimension lines. No numbering or coding system is used, so that the user can always see what the text is and does not need to look up a number in a text ile to know which text entry the number refers to.

Normal texts are texts that have no further functionality except their visual display. Translation of this type of text is possible without problems. Normal text should usually only be used to place text that does not need to be used in any other way, for example to provide extra information in a black box. It is only possible to later change normal free text to function text by activating the pAtH Function text selection box.

Path function texts should generally be used to automatically ill speciic devices with function text, for example based on the page path. Automatic path function text Fig. It is therefore advantageous to always work with path function texts, since subsequent conversion from normal texts to path function texts is possible, but requires unnecessary extra work.

If path function texts are gener- ally to be used, the keyboard shortcut for free text should be redeined to path function text. In this case, the keyboard shortcut for normal free text should be set to a diferent keyboard shortcut.

Path function texts. But this might not be desired, for reasons of space or because the path function text is to apply equally to several devices. This way, it will not matter whether the insertion point is directly below the device or not. It is suicient if the path function text and the device are located in the same path the column. NOTE: But extending the reporting of text to the path can also result in the text being assigned to objects in the path where this is not wanted.

There- fore, you need to be careful when using the Extend path function text on the schematic path. Special texts can be page property texts or project property texts. They are generally used in forms project properties or in the plot frame page properties and less so as text on project pages.

This way you can place text from the project properties or the page properties on pages. This can save a lot of time in manu- ally changing this information.

You select text and press enter key or a let click to open the dialog. The dialogs for normal text and path function text are the same. Only the win- dow title bar of the text input ield has a diferent text type name.

You enter text in the Text ield. You can translate the text at this point, or remove the translation. A number of ields are also free input ields, such as the ield for the Angle property. Here, you can select default values, such as the layer setting default for the angle, or enter your own values. Depending on the existing project languages, you can then select in the One language variable selection ield the desired Displayed language.

This node contains properties, for example, to always limit the Width or Height of a text. These functions are very useful, especially for translations. This prevents translations from overlapping each other since the width of the text expansion can be limited. In this case, it does not matter whether it is pure text or device text. The procedure is always the same. Depending on the direction, the lines will increase or decrease in height, improving legibility.

This means that, if you wanted to, you could set diferent line heights everywhere. Logical connections and reports can be generated based on components and their entered properties or assigned function deinitions. In this dialog, you can select the appropriate symbol. You can either use direct entry List view , in which case you must have a certain amount of knowledge of identiiers, and enter the symbol names directly into the Direct entry ield, or you can select the symbol selected from the list using the mouse.

Symbol selection list dialog Fig. EPLAN generally provides symbols with eight variants. As with many other dialogs, it is possible to set a ilter in this dialog via the selection button. You can use the ilters to display only Multi-line symbols or only a special Symbol library. In addition to the List view, the syMbol selection dialog also lets you select symbols from a tree view. In contrast to the list view, symbols here are listed according to a struc- ture. Depending on the application, a symbol can be found more quickly when you search, for example, for the motor overload switch symbol using plain text.

Symbol selection tree dialog Fig. Here is where you ind ields for the Displayed DT can be edited , the Full DT ield can be edited indirectly via the selection button and the follow-up Full DT dialog where the DT is split into its elements, which can be edited individually , the Connection point designation selectable from the selection list , Connection point description selecta- ble from the selection list , Technical characteristics, Function text of the symbol! Aside from these items, there is also an important check box: Main function.

This box lets you decide whether this symbol is to be a main function can carry a part , or an auxiliary function does not contain parts data. The button can be used to add new proper- ties. Here, you can select a new property and then click oK to apply it in the properties coMpo- nents dialog.

All properties that are not gray in the Value column of this dialog can be changed. The Display tab also contains all elements for changing the display of the properties. On this tab, you can change the format, font size or font for each property, including the connection points of devices. In this case, you would open the Connection points tab in the property arrangement. The toolbar can be used to insert new properties, move the sequence of properties, or dock and undock them.

Docked proper- ties are those that do not have a symbol in front of the property name. These properties are assigned to the next higher property that has a symbol. Now it is independent of the other properties and can be placed freely. To undock a property, you select it and Fig. Then, Undocking a property using the direction buttons, you move it to the end of the property arrange- ment. The procedure is the same as with texts and will not be discussed further here. The control of the language display will also not be discussed again.

One example is the Activate leader line setting. The Activate leader line setting allows you to activate a leader line for each property dis- played on a device. A diferent angle variant of the symbol can be selected in the Variant ield. You simply open the selection list and select the desired variant.

All other ields Library, etc. All other ields are then derived automatically from the applied function deinition. This may be neces- sary, for example, if you wish to create or represent an overview on a multi-line schematic page.

Aside from the previous graphical and functional information, there are additional settings options under the logic button. In a targeted manner, you can change or adjust logical information such as Connection point type or the Number of targets, Potential type and much more for the individual connection point of a device.

This makes it possible, like with terminals, to use the same designation several times PE rail , and the check run will not ind any duplicate connection point designations. Click the Part number ield and then use the that appears to switch to parts management.

Parts management automatically closes ater the part is applied. In addition to simple part selection, this dialog also has a deVice selection button.

In contrast to simple part selection, this will ofer only devices for selection that it the exist- ing functions of the symbol in the project. When automatically generated, they create visual and logical connections, e. NOTE: Inserting and illing out of the corresponding symbols for the cross- reference display examples will not be explained at this point.

More details are available in the following sections. The auxiliary contacts physically belong to the motor overload switch or pushbutton switch symbol and, for the sake of clarity, should also be displayed at the switch. In the following, a motor overload switch is inserted into the schematic. The motor over- load switch initially has no auxiliary contact at the symbol.

As such, this is not a problem, because EPLAN creates a report on the auxiliary contacts used in the schematic on the basis of the settings on the Display tab in the Contact image selection ield the selection here is set to on coMponent.

This way, the contacts used and their cross-references are displayed automatically. Not all auxiliary contacts are always used, and EPLAN would display the motor overload switch only with the auxiliary contacts used as graphical representation at the motor overload switch.

To display those contacts anyway, a device with the appropriate Function deinition must be assigned to the Motor overload switch symbol. You open the properties of the symbol, switch to the Parts tab and click the deVice selection button. All these have to be taken into consideration during device selection. This is important to know because in certain situations this can result in devices not being displayed in the device selection.

Back to device selection: EPLAN recognizes that the motor overload switch consists of the motor overload switch itself and a placed auxiliary contact considered a function. Now all parts that it the selected motor overload switch including its used functions , i.

In the upper area of the deVice selection Function dialog, you can now select the right part and click to apply it. If you now leave the syMbol properties dialog by clicking the oK button, EPLAN will use the stored function deinitions to graph- ically recreate the entire contact image for the auxiliary contacts.

It makes no diference whether the auxiliary contacts have been used in the schematic or not. But if you wish to, or must, deviate from this automatic setting, you can modify the item manually. In the contAct iMAge position dialog that follows you can manually edit the position for the Y and X values. Similar to the previous example, at irst only the contacts used are automatically dis- played in the contact image. The procedure is identical to that already described in the motor overload switch example.

Ater device selection, the full contact image is displayed. If this does not occur, then the Contact image entry in the displAy tab of the Symbol properties dialog must be checked. It must be set to the In path entry. Every contact image can be individually moved it makes no diference whether the contact image type is On component or In path.

You then click the contact image. You let click to place it in the desired position. But situations can arise where there are no parts with correct function templates. It is, ater all, only because of the function tem- plates that EPLAN knows, for example, that an illuminated pushbutton consists of several functions.

Using an illuminated pushbutton as an example, we will now see how contact images can be referenced to the interconnected functions even without parts. It is assigned a DT and is designated as a main function. In addition to the pushbutton, a lamp is also inserted. It is not assigned a DT, nor is it designated as a main function. The representation type of the lamp is set to Pair cross- reference. Depending on how they are set or adjusted, they can inluence deVice selection and thus the selection of parts.

This way, only parts will be ofered for selection that match the identifying func- tion data. Identifying function data is the data that is located on the tabs, e. General devices, Cable, Contactor, etc. If the Use available function data setting is disabled, you can select devices freely. This means that the function data available in the project at the function does not have to match the function data in the parts selection.

These can be window, page and symbol macros. Special macros are macros with value sets. These can be window and page macros. When using or creating macros exception: macros with value sets , it generally makes no difer- ence whether it is a window macro on a multi-line page or a macro on a graphical page. Window macros can include single or multiple devices and objects within an area, or several items within a page.

To create a window macro, you irst use the mouse to select the associated devices on the respective page. These may be individual devices or unrelated parts circuits on a project page. The irst thing you should do is enter a descriptive ile name for the window macro. The macro directory is usually the company- speciic macro directory, but this can be changed if desired. The select MAcro dialog opens. Here you can select the desired variant or representation type from the default directory or a diferent macro directory by selecting a diferent directory in the Search in: selection ield.

When you click open, the macro will hang on the cursor and can be placed anywhere on the page. To summarize, window macros are only possible on one the same page but with diferent variations, such as the gathering of objects that do not all have to be within a single win- dow. A window macro can also be the contents of the entire page all objects on the page.

The MoVe HAndle menu item lets you save a separately created handle base point with the macro. It is a good idea to enable the object snAp setting here.

This way, you can save many representations under one macro name. It is possible to have a macro for the multi-line representation type, one for the part placement and one for the single-line display. Of course, this must be present in the macro. This just means that the same macro name ile name of the macro can have diferent content.

Depending on the variant used and in connection with the representa- tion types, you can have up to possible variants macro variants within one macro. For example, you could save diferent macro variants of a PLC card in one macro. If this option is activated, then EPLAN reduces or enlarges the macro to suit the page scale when it is inserted into a page.

The familiar sAVe As dialog, as described in the 4. The ile name and description can be entered here. No handles, no representa- tion types, and no variants are possible with page macros. However, page macros store all the information relating to a page or pages page properties. This includes, for example, the structure identiiers or the form pages stored in the page properties.

You open the page navigator, select the desired pages and use the right-click popup menu to call the creAte pAge MAcro command. Here you select the desired macro and click open to apply it. In addition to the preview display which has a ixed size , the grApHicAl pre- View window can also be permanently displayed View menu. The advantage of this window is that the size can be changed, and you can see the details better. Here, the page s can be stored in the project and sorted into the existing page structure.

At this point, it is, of course, possible to adjust the structure of the pages as desired. Generally, symbol macros are completely identical to window macros in terms of handling and creation. Further explanation will therefore not be provided. These are usu- ally window macros equipped with additional functionality that can make project plan- ning much easier.

In addition to the basic macro partial circuit and its properties, such as technical characteristics, part numbers, etc. These additional properties are called Value sets. Value sets are activated via a particular symbol — the placeholder object. This sym- bol is used to switch between value sets.

The value set can then be Selecting a value set used to switch between Siemens and Moeller parts data for the same macro with a mouse click. Once these macros and the properties they contain have been developed and tested, they provide a source of error-free data. The symbol for a placeholder is an anchor. Since the placeholder object is a symbol, it has settings and options similar to other symbols. Without these variables, there would be no table for the actual values used for switching the value set.

Every property of a device can be provided with any desired variable name. Square brackets are the exception. These have a special purpose within a variable. They are used to deine a line break. NOTE: The square brackets must be entered directly ater the variable name. Spaces are allowed, but then the deined line break option does not take efect. First, you create the partial cir- cuit with all the required or desired devices and their associated functions such as part numbers, technical characteristics, or function texts.

This approach is recommended, because it allows you to accurately select the objects that are to be applied to the placeholder object. But before Fig. NOTE: Disadvantage of option 2: remote objects lying outside a window cannot be included in the value set.

Once you have chosen one of the methods, you can place the placeholder object. It is recommended that you place the placeholder object close to the macro. Simply use the let mouse button to move the placeholder object to the desired position and click to place it. Here you should enter a descriptive name for the placeholder object into the Name ield.

The Variable name is now deined. When you click oK, the variable is applied in the Values tab. Click the right mouse button again, and select the new VAlue set func- tion. Enter the desired designation of the value set into the header of the column.

Proceed in the same way for the next new value set. To assign the variables and their Fig. This excludes the possibility of incorrect entries, which is not always the case with manual entry. Once the variable has been applied, EPLAN establishes the assignment between the vari- able value and the value set name.

The dialog can now be saved and closed with oK. To now switch between the individual value sets, you select the placeholder object and right click to select the Assign VAlue set command from the popup menu. Here you select the desired entry and apply it by clicking oK. In the example, that could be the function text. The example shown here was deliberately simple, merely pointing out the option of macros with value sets.

The number of potential ideas is unlimited and possible sources of errors, e. Whatever approach you use, whether graphically-oriented, object- oriented, or a mixture of both, you always remain in the graphical editor. Only the way in which you use it can difer. What is a navigator?

Numerous explanatory examples are used to demonstrate the correct use of devices, their settings and their properties. The essential purpose of this chapter is rather to explain functions that are oten used in daily work. EPLAN has a separate navigator for each of the diferent device types in the project data. Each of these navigators has speciic tasks and features relating to the selected project data.

But it cannot, for example, number terminals; this can only be performed by the special terminal strip navigator. It has terminal edit- ing functions such as renumbering and creating terminal strips. It has functions for editing plugs and sockets. It provides an overview of other PLC box functions these can also be frequency converters with an integrated EA layer.

The PLC navigator pro- vides diferent views representations of the project data. With the cable navigator, you can, for example, place or collect conductors. The Topology navigator contains information pertinent to the Routing path networks 2D method , such as routes and routing points. The Connection navigator contains all project data related to the connections in a pro- ject.

You can use this navigator, for example, to use existing connections. These navigators manage potentials, signals, networks, interruption points and the processes deined in the project. The bill of materials navigator contains all functions for centrally editing parts, such as swap- ping parts or selecting a contactor. Unlike the other navigators, the bill of materials navigator also provides special views of the project data in a tree view.

The 3D mounting layout navigator allows a 3D diagram of the devices used in the pro- ject, based on technical data at least width, height and depth from the parts master data. The Project options navigator allows creation of schematics using various options. The options can be easily switched on and of, by page, across pages, or in page sections.

The Placeholder objects navigator conveniently manages macros with value sets from a single location, from changing global value sets editing selected objects. This entry allows symbol selection to stay open all the time like a navigator.

The device navigator can do everything that can be manually done to a device during device editing, i. But the major advantage of the device navigator is that it does everything from a central point while maintaining a view of the entire project. The device navigator can do more than just display and edit the properties of a device. You can also use it to edit or number several devices at once via the block functions bulk editing. For reasons of space, this chapter does not provide an overview of all of the menu items and their func- tions.

For the device navigator, it is a good idea to create your own keyboard shortcut for opening and closing the navigator, since it is used most oten and must be opened and closed constantly unless it remains open all the time anyway. If devices do not have a main function characteristic then, for example, they cannot be numbered. Therefore, every independent item should initially be a main function. However, if other items with the same device tag exist in the project, then these are forced to become aux- iliary functions.

NOTE: Only one main function per device is allowed at all times. Double main functions are not allowed and are usually detected with a check run and reported if the corresponding check run message is used.

In the properties coMponents dialog, both ways of activating a main function are always set when one of them is set. Regardless of where you set the check box for the main function, the other input check box is also automatically activated or deactivated. The advantage of the Assign MAin Function menu function here is that the main function need not be manually set for every device where this is necessary. It is entirely possible that copy operations or other similar actions can cause a device to have no main function.

As an alternative, of course, these devices can also be selected in the device navigator. EPLAN, however, will not want to number all of the devices. Some of the devices will not be numbered because they do not have the main function characteristic. The results of the numbering are shown in Fig. All except a few devices were num- bered. All devices without a main function were not numbered. Ater performing this action i.

If you now start the nuMber function again for comparison purposes, the preview dialog will show all devices waiting to receive the new device tag. Assign MAin Function can, of course, be assigned to a keyboard shortcut.

To put it more pre- cisely, the device tag is set to the same value for all the selected devices. This does not include the main or auxiliary functions belonging to the devices, rather only the actually selected devices.

You should take this into consideration when using this function. All the devices in Fig. Here you click only the device tag that is to be transferred to all the selected devices. This transfers device Fig. Cross-reference DTs dialog Fig. It makes no diference whether the main function or one of the auxiliary functions is selected. It must always be the same device, though.

Diferent devices cannot be edited with this function. All devices should receive the same function text. First you select an element. This can be the main function or any auxiliary function in the schematic. In this dialog, only the row containing the function text to be transferred to all other functions is selected. In the example, the function text of row 2 will be transferred to all other elements.

Right-click to open the popup menu and select the trAnsFer Function text function. EPLAN now transfers the function text to all other entries in the dialog. In this case, interconnection means the generation of connections between the selected inter- connected devices.

These can be placed devices , i. A mixture of both types of placement is also possible, of course, and they can be any devices. If these entries are not required, then you can simply delete them. You delete entries by selecting them and then clicking the delete button.

If this is not possible, then you can also delete the entries in the device source, device target, and cable DT ields. Click the ield, select the desired entry, and then press the del key. All entries are deleted, and new devices can be selected and interconnected.

New devices are selected in the device source and device target ields using the but- ton. In this dialog, you select the desired devices for the source and target one of each and click oK to apply them.

An additional cable is to serve as a connection between the two terminal strips to be interconnected. You select an existing cable in the cable DT ield for this purpose. TIP: It is also easy to create a new, non-existent cable at this point. You just click the ield and enter the cable DT. To use an existing cable DT, you simply click the button in the select cAble dialog to select it and then click oK. Select the terminals and isolated wire terminations in the ields click and then hold down the ctrl button and the mouse to select the desired terminals and isolated wire terminations and then click the generAte connections button.

You can also still edit these connections directly in the interconnect deVices dialog. Simply double-click the connection. If you had created a report before interconnecting the devices in this case, a cable diagram for the afected cable , EPLAN would only have listed the devices used, including the cable conductors used, in the report. This lets you know that this is an unplaced connection. In the device navigator, you multi-line place either the device source or the device target on a schematic page.

These are selected with a window. If you again update the associated report, then the data of the previ- Fig. If the schematic and its devices need to be renumbered in a diferent format later, a fast and efective un-numbering method is important. In contrast to numbering when inserting symbols online numbering , subsequent renumbering is oline numbering. Certain ilters and schemes can be used for numbering, and predeined schemes can also be applied, exported or imported.

One important thing should be noted about oline numbering. Auxiliary functions cannot be numbered. If these items are selected and numbering is then attempted, EPLAN dis- plays an appropriate message. How does the numbering function work? Very simple. In this dialog, you can set your own numbering format, start value and increment for each identiier entry. Entire identiiers can be excluded here from numbering so that you are not forced to select only very speciic devices when selecting devices.

This ena- bles you to check one more time that everything is numbered as desired before EPLAN writes the new numbering back to the project. A diferent numbering format can simply be selected in the format selection list, or the extrAs button in the lower area of the dialog can be used to create a new numbering scheme.

EPLAN numbers all devices according to the speciied format and displays this numbering in a preview of result. In this example that would be everything except the coil contacts. These were not included in the numbering dialog. This is why it is important to know that although you can number or re-number devices very quickly by selecting them on a page, these devices must be main functions.

If you want to avoid this, you can perform numbering via the device navigator. Select the devices, right click to open the popup menu and select the nuMber dt menu item. This time, however, all functions are included because the con- tacts and the coil have been selected in the device navigator. The new. First you select the motor overload switch in the device navigator. Then you open the popup menu in the device navigator and select the new.

To insert a new device in the device navigator you select the new deVice. When the new deVice. You select the relevant device and click oK to apply it. It can still be edited. Open the popup menu and select the properties function, which then opens the properties coMponents dialog. Prompt if a device cannot be generated 5. It was inserted in the navigator as an unplaced device.

To put this device in the schematic i. It is also possible to drag more than one device onto the page. Multiple devices can be marked in the device navigator and placed on the page. EPLAN then places an item every time the mouse is clicked. The terminal strip navigator helps the user perform many repetitive actions, for example numbering terminals.

These can be executed directly on the selected ele- ments on a page or on selected pages in the page navigator. The terminal strip naviga- tor also has a popup menu, accessible by right-clicking the mouse or clicking the button.

This dialog contains diferent functions from the popup menu for editing terminals. Examples of these functions are Number terminals, Move, Add strip accessories, and delete or Ungroup multi-level terminals.

Like all EPLAN menus, the popup menu in the terminal editor can be called up via the right mouse button or the button. The sort button opens another menu containing functions for sorting termi- Fig.

The deFAult func- Sort button and its tion, for example, restores functions the existing sorting of the terminals back to the de- fault. The nuMeric function sorts the terminals by number, and the AlpHAnuMeric function sorts terminals by the alphanumeric components in the terminal designation. The other buttons, oK and cAncel, speak for themselves. The Apply button applies the changes in the edit terMinAl strips dialog, but does not close the dialog. The terminals are sorted here accord- ing to the standard.

Click the sort button and select the stAndArd item. EPLAN imme- diately sorts the terminal strip according to the standard. EPLAN writes the changed terminal designation to the corresponding terminals immediately ater you save the changes and exit the dialog.

Terminals can also be numbered in the dialog. Simply select the desired terminals with the mouse, open the popup menu and select the nuMber terMinAls menu item.

EPLAN can then number the termi- nals. At least one terminal or terminal strip must be selected before this func- tion can be called. The dialog ofers four settings. You can also use the Add missing terminal strip deinitions setting so that EPLAN auto- matically generates all missing terminal strip deinitions and adds them to the unplaced terminal strip functions in the terminal navigator.

What is a terminal strip deinition, and why should you use them? This information cannot be entered or stored in the properties of a terminal. If the Add missing terminal strip deinitions check box is set, and the Apply to entire pro- ject setting is set, and the dialog is conirmed by clicking the oK button, then EPLAN generates a terminal strip deinition for all terminal strips that do not already have one.

EPLAN also allows you to deine your own schemes, e. The terminal strip to be renumbered is selected in the schematic or in the terminal strip navigator. You only have to select one any terminal belonging to this terminal strip.

The scheme can only be changed before numbering by using the button or by generating a new scheme in the settings: nuMbering dialog. Before you start the actual numbering, you should check and adjust the other settings, such as the numeric settings, the range, and the handling of PE terminals. More complex numbering tasks can be accomplished by making use of the many possible settings in terminal schemes. You can add as many schemes as you want to this selection list. Should the sequence be oriented to pages, cables or levels, or should the existing sorting method be applied?

What should be numbered — only selected terminals, the entire terminal strip, or all terminals in the project? Should they stay in the set sequence and not be changed, numbered or modiied? The potential type of the terminals is crucial here! Should they be let unchanged, numbered all the same, or numbered individually?

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A short summary of this paper. Tenga en cuenta que se divide en otras dos carpetas: -Eplan: Archivos creados por Eplan. Cuando se realizan actualizaciones de versiones y reinstalaciones de eplan… estos archivos se sobrescriben. Pero no es conveniente.

Es posible partir los proyectos de estas plantillas. Se cierra el proyecto y las modificaciones se memorizan en revisiones. Figura 4: Salvaguardar proyecto. Figura 6: Salvaguardar proyecto. Figura 7: Salvaguardar proyecto. Figura 8: Restaurar proyecto.

Figura 9: Restaurar proyecto. Figura Borrar elementos seleccionados. Figura Deshacer en el proyecto. Figura Deshacer en el proyecto – Resultado. Figura Borrar proyecto.

Figura Abrir en nueva ventana. Figura Copiar proyecto. Figura Adaptar barra de herramientas. Lo correcto es tener de 2 a 3 monitores para trabajar sin ninguna molestia.

Figura Guardar proyecto. Esta estructura viene por defecto y es correcta. Una vez haya estructurado el proyecto a su gusto le recomiendo partir proyecto futuros del mismo proyecto.

Bornes, motores, variadores o transformadores son ejemplos de elementos que se incluyen en el proyecto. Figura Pagina nueva desde el navegador. De esta manera quedara el proyecto muy bien organizado. Y al conectarlo lo duplica por si queremos seguir insertando el mismo elemento. Sin embargo interesan dos opciones de insertar texto. Figura Texto normal. Figura Propiedades – Texto. Ejemplo: La borna E0. Ejemplo de texto. Figura Propiedades. Queda el texto de la siguiente manera.

Recordar que para copiar el formato antes debes tener clicado o seleccionado el elemento a copiar formato. Figura Copiar formato. Figura Asignar formato.

Figura Formato copiado. En este layout de una CPU se puede observar como el layout ha sido dibujado de manera que se deba semejar a la realidad. Figura Layout CPU. Podemos almacenar y editar distintos tipos de macros. Figura Guardar como. Figura Pagina 1 eliminada. Figura Seleccionar macro. No modificar. Para incluirla haremos lo siguiente. Presionar sobre los 3 puntos. En el editor vemos las filtradas del proyecto aunque pueden ser las mismas que las disponibles.

La finalidad es dibujar representando un elemento Pantalla, Router, CPU etc… y guardarlo para posteriormente reutilizarlo. Solo debemos seleccionarlo. Es decir, en otra parte del proyecto tenemos esta misma referencia. Al lado de la referencia nos indica en que parte del proyecto esta ese elemento.

Figura Referencia cruzada. Podemos seleccionar un elemento que tenga referencias cruzadas, si pulsamos sobre la tecla F del teclado, nos lleva al punto siguiente donde aparece esa referencia.

Decidimos como representar la referencia cruzada. En este caso bobina. Por lo general, a la hora de introducir los bornes los sacara con una nomenclatura correlativa. Figura Bornes consecutivos. Vemos un resumen de proyecto referido a los bornes. No es muy utilizado. Seleccionamos en horizontal las venas a las que va hacer referencia esta esta manguera. Figura Manguera con venas sin definir.

Figura Navegador de cables. Actualizamos y veremos el navegador de mangueras actualizado. Figura Actualizamos proyecto. Con los navegadores vemos las referencias de distintos elementos.

Desde el grafico podemos saltar al navegador siempre y cuando este el navegador que nos interesa abierto. Seguimos la siguiente ruta. Figura Filtro. En este caso Plano de bornes. Figura Plano de cables. Word By Joe Caso. Download pdf.

 

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