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Duration:  16 Hours

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Course Level:  Introduction

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Introduction to AutoCAD Electrical 2010

 

 

Description:

This course provides an overview of many AutoCAD Electrical 2010 utilities designed to enable students to quickly create and manage electrical-controls production drawings.  Students focus on how to build intelligent ladder diagrams and panel layouts, and how to leverage the intelligence built into AutoCAD Electrical.  Hands-on exercises representing real-world design scenarios for the JIC (US) standard are included.

 

Objective:

To teach users the basic commands necessary for creating professional electrical-controls drawings with AutoCAD Electrical software.  After completing this class, users will be able to: Navigate the AutoCAD Electrical user interface, Manage projects and the multiple drawing and inter-drawing relationships contained in electrical projects, Insert wires, add wire numbers, manage circuits, and create point-to-point wiring diagrams and drawings, Insert and annotate schematic symbols, edit drawings project wide with commands that are specific to the electrical design environment, Extract information from drawings to create Bill of Material, Wiring, and other reports and create and annotate panel layout drawings with lists of components that are extracted from schematic drawings.

 

prerequisites:

Before attending this class, students should have a working knowledge of the following: A recent version of AutoCAD, Electrical drafting, design, or engineering principles and Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft Windows XP.

 


Course Outline

 

4   Basic Workflow

  • Design Environment
  • Basic Workflow

 

4   Project Basics

  • Project Manager
  • Project Drawing List
  • Moving Through Projects
  • Managing Projects

 

4   Schematic Wiring

  • Wires and Ladders
  • Point-to-Point Wiring
  • Wire Numbers and Leaders
  • Source and Destination Signals

 

4   Schematic Components

  • Inserting Schematic Symbols
  • Inserting Schematic Components from Lists
  • Connectors
 
  • Terminals, Multiple Level Terminals, and Jumpers
  • Circuits
  • Multiple Phase Circuits

 

4   Schematic Editing

  • Basic Utilities
  • Copy Catalog and Location Values
  • Swapping and Updating Blocks
  • Using the Auditing Tools
  • Update and Retag Drawings

 

4   Schematic Reports

  • Schematic Reports

 

4   Panel Layouts

  • Creating Panel Layouts
  • Using the DIN Rail Tool
  • Using the Terminal Strip Editor
  • Panel Layout Annotation and Reports

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