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SolidWorks Electrical 2D Displaying Alpha Numeric Rows and Columns This document explains how to display Alpha Numeric Rows and Columns for the borders of a schematic (see Step 5 for final Result). 1) In SolidWorks Electrical, go to the “Project” tab and invoke the “Project Settings” by clicking on the “Configurations” command. Rocky Mountain Boise: 208.377.9901 Salt Lake City: 801.359.6100 Denver: 303.495.2451 Central U.S. Dallas: 972.395.2138 Houston: 713.735.3295 Ft. Worth: 972.395.2138 Austin: 512.293.4881 Alabama: 877.395.2100 Louisiana: 877.395.2100 Northern California Santa Clara: 408.213.1580 Sacramento: 916.797.9177 Petaluma: 408.213.1580 Oklahoma Tulsa: 918.491.1800 Oklahoma City: 972.395.2138 Duncan: 580.470.9312 1.800.688.3234|www.goengineer.com Southern California Santa Barbara: 818.716.1650 Woodland Hills: 818.716.1650 San Dimas: 714.438.1401 Torrance: 310.328.3075 Costa Mesa: 714.438.1400 San Diego: 858.753.0006 Hawaii: 800.688.3234 2) Click on the “Mark” Tab in the Project Settings.
The new SolidWorks Electrical 2D is powerful software that includes all the functionality required for electrical engineers to complete their projects. It allows you to work and collaborate easily on several electrical projects simultaneously, create comprehensive single or multi-line schematic diagrams, generate automatic reports and bills of materials, and even include manufacturing information or instructions. The line drawing planning tool, for example, provides innovative capabilities and can be used at any stage of the development process. With a large library of symbols, it allows designers to create simple yet powerful representations of the electrical wiring that are perfect for project management and reporting. You will also benefit from the extensive database of manufacturer parts that are updated frequently and available within the software. This allows you to search, find, and add the right motor, contactor, or any other electrical component when designing the electrical system. Using simple tools, you can draw and define connections between the components regardless of where they are in the design. In addition, cables or wires can be assigned even at this stage using the cabling window. After adding some terminals and selecting the right cable from the cable repository, you can assign its conductors as connections between electrical components. But, more importantly, it’s also linked automatically to the traditional detailed multi-line diagrams so you don’t have to wire things twice. This helps prevent errors as well as
Description The QRD1113 and QRD1114 reflective sensors consist of an infrared emitting diode and an NPN silicon phototransistor mounted side by side in a black plastic housing. The on-axis radiation of the emitter and the on-axis response of the detector are both perpendicular to the face of the QRD1113 and QRD1114. The phototransistor responds to radiation emitted from the diode only when a reflective object or surface is in the field of view of the detector. Phototransistor Output No-Contact Surface Sensing Unfocused for Sensing Diffused Surfaces Compact Package Daylight Filter on sensor Schematic 2 3 1 4 PIN 1. Collector PIN 3. Anode PIN 2. Emitter PIN 4. Cathode Ordering Information Part Number QRD1113 QRD1114 Operating Temperature -40 to +85°C © 2005 Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation QRD1113 / QRD1114 Rev. 1.2.0 Package Top Mark Packing Method Custom 4L QRD1113 Bulk Custom 4L QRD1114 Bulk www.fairchildsemi.com 1 QRD1113 / QRD1114 — Reflective Object Sensor June 2013 Stresses exceeding the absolute maximum ratings may damage the device. The device may not function or be operable above the recommended operating conditions and stressing the parts to these levels is not recommended. In addition, extended exposure to stresses above the recommended operating conditions may affect device reliability. The absolute maximum ratings are stress ratings only. Values are at TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified. Symbol Parameter Min. TOPR Operating Temperature TSTG Storage Temperature TSOL-I Lead Temperature (Solder Iron)(1,2,3) 240 for 5 s TSOL-F Lead Temperature (Solder Flow)(1,2) Unit -40 to +85 260 for 10 s -40 to + 100 °C EMMITER IF Continuous Forward Current 50 mA VR Reverse Voltage 5 V PD Power Dissipation 100 mW VCEO Collector-Emitter Voltage 30 VECO Emitter-Collector Voltage SEMSOR PD V V Power Dissipation(4) 100 mW
1WARNING To avoid accidental start-up of motorcycle, and possible personal injury, disconnect the battery cables (negative cable first) before performing any of the following procedures. If the positive cable should contact ground with the negative cable installed, the resulting sparks may cause a battery explosion resulting in personal injury. 1. See Figure 1. The electrical schematic and connection points on motorcycle are shown. 2. See Service Parts Illustration and Figure 2. Mount fog lamp switch housing on left handlebar switch housing with top screw in housing. Route switch wires along underside of left handlebar to steering head. Secure wires to handlebar with cable straps from kit. 3. See Figure 3. Splice fog lamp switch lead to yellow wire as shown. To achieve a good electrical splice perform the following: Foglamp Figure 1. Fog Lamp Schematic Remove upper screw and use to mount kit switch housing. f1369x8xa.eps Refer to Service Manual and wiring diagram to locate the most accessible yellow (Y) wire that carries current for headlamp low beam filament.
REVIT® BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING BIM for Interior Design Discussions about BIM (building information modeling) typically focus on the design of the outside of the building and the many benefits BIM brings to that aspect of architectural design. We read about massing models and curtain walls, expressive roof forms, and detailed wall sections. But how is BIM being applied to the design of the inside of the building - the finishes, the fixtures, the area requirements, the furniture schedules? This paper examines the use of Revit® Architecture software for the interior design of a building. Interior Advantages Regardless of the specialization of the interior design group - corporate, hospitality, retail, etc. - interior designers cite several key advantages of BIM: The speed and ease of creating an interior design model, coupled with the ability to visualize that design. The ability to capture and manage the design as multiple options within a single model - options that may vary anything from space layout to material selections. The richness and reliability of the data embodied within the building information model. This is fundamental for early tasks such as schematic space planning and master scheduling, the accuracy of detailed design activities like quantification and costing, and finally for the production of well-coordinated documentation. Creating the Design Model Architects and designers working on the interiors of a building sometimes start with the building shell CAD files from their own firm or another firm. But in many cases, the building shell might pre-date the interiors project by many years with only paper documentation to rely on. Because it's so easy to create a 3D model with a BIM solution like Revit Architecture, these designers will sometimes quickly model the relevant portions...
Revit and Civil 3D Interoperability BIM in Architecture and Engineering Autodesk defines Building Information Modeling (BIM) as “the creation and use of coordinated, consistent, computable information about a building project in design and construction.” To successfully implement BIM, a company must consider not only the technology, but also people and processes. As BIM becomes more prevalent in the AEC industry, processes are changing to encompass a cross-disciplinary design workflow including civil engineering, mechanical systems and construction. From conceptualization through the final turnover of the project to the owners and tenants, Autodesk has software programs for all phases. The interoperability of these applications is continuously maturing. Autodesk has responded to industry demand for greater compatibility between applications by focusing on development in the vertical products. An immediate need is the ability to allow civil engineers and architects to work concurrently with Civil 3D and Revit Architecture. Whether in schematic design or design development, architects require the definition of the site topography. Using surface elevations imported from Civil 3D, the architect can begin his project with an accurate representation of the proposed site. Civil 3D and Revit are both parametric platforms, therefore enhancing each other when used in tandem. Changes in design are inevitable. Adding a reference to corresponding intelligent models improves the designers’ ability to react to changes throughout the project lifecycle. Civil engineers and architects can exchange their respective designs using the Import/Export tools. This white paper explains some of the basic interoperability...
Czech Space Research Centre Analog Electronics Designer (position suitable for absolvents) We are looking for a candidate to expand our electronics design team to support several of currently running and future space projects. Responsibilities • • • • • • • Electronic circuit schematic design. PCB layout design Related activities including documentation, verification and testing. Simulation of electronic circuits using either Orcad/PSpice/etc. Various electrical analyses to support the design process (Failure mode analysis, part stress analysis, radiation analysis, etc. Previous knowledge beneficial but not required.) Reporting and presentation to the internal team and also to the international customers. Willingness to perform business trips abroad related to projects (meetings, tests, etc.) Profile • • • • • • Analog electronics design and development experience is highly beneficial Orcad/PSpice/Altium designer software knowledge Experience from space electronics is beneficial but not required. Ability to responsible document and present own work. Ability to work individually and to contribute to team effort. Ability and willingness to learn in the space engineering field. Qualifications • • • University degree in electronic engineering or related field. Previous work experience is highly beneficial, but the position is suitable to absolvents as well. Written and spoken proficiency in English language. Contact Candidate must be eligible to work in the EU. Please send us your CV (in English or Czech) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mating connectors on different assemblies checked for same pin-out Cabling scheme insures that no return currents will flow back to remote sources through earth ground. No signal cable is used to carry power to a remote device (remember the Wide Band fire..) without full and complete justification and paper trail Maximal total power Dissipation of crate-full of boards calculated against cooling system capabilities; cooling system insures that, on average, no board runs hotter than 35˚C Airflow of cooling system checked against area mechanics and local smoke detection systems to insure no blockage or restrictions. All sheets have assigned drawing number on them All sheets have drafter’s name All sheets have signed and dated check-off by designer ANSI rules for title block, grid, etc. followed on all sheets Design is fully hierarchical; no page to page connectors, no duplicate reference to same page All components have unique visible reference designators and visible component values All components have assigned PCB footprints Schematic symbols are not re-used for different parts All devices have visible and connected power and ground pins All Schematic pages have top-to-bottom, left-to-right flow Connectivity between signals is by wires and busses, not by signal names Connection dots are evident and used Power nets (e.g. VCC, VEE, GND) are global across entire design and not unique per sheet Bill of materials included in review packet Bill of Materials includes all mechanical, mounting and other nonelectrical components in addition to all electrical components Electronic Assemblies Checklist
Design a ramp and stairway connecting two levels that complies with accessibility and code requirements. Design a stairway connecting multiple levels that complies with accessibility and code requirements. Design a sloped-roof plan for the removal of rainwater and locate accessories and equipment. The division has been broken down into a listing of knowledge and skills directly related to each major content area. Space Planning and Facility Planning/Management Initiate schematic design and design development decisions including spatial visualization and modeling. Consider the impact of human behavior, historic precedent, and design theory in the selection of systems, materials, and methods on building design and construction. Fixtures, Furniture, Equipment, and Finishes Assess the selection of fixtures, furniture, equipment, and finishes made in schematic design and design development. Develop tasks, procedures, and methods associated with schematic design and design development such as basic engineering principles, spatial visualization and modeling. Design Principles and Design Impact on Human Behavior Assess the affect of form, scale, color, texture, ergonomics, lighting, universal design, spatial organization, and acoustics in building design to meet user needs and client requirements.
The keyboard is usually used as follows: 1. Four microcontroller’s pins should be defined as outputs, and other four pins should be defined as inputs. In order the keypad to work properly, pull-down resistors should be placed on the microcontroller’s input pins, thus defining logic state when no button is pressed. 2. Then, the output pins are set to logic one (1) and input pins’ logic state is read. By pressing any button, a logic one (1) will appear on some input pin. 3. By combining zeros and ones on the output pins, it is determined which button is pressed. Figure 3: Keypad 4x4 connection schematic A far easier way to load data by using keypad 4x4 is by employing ready-to-use funtions provided in the Keypad Library of any Mikroelektronika’s compiler. On the following pages there are three simple examples written for PIC16F887 microcontrolller in mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal programming languages. In all cases, the number loaded via keypad is converted into the equivalent ASCII code (0...9, A...F) and then it is displayed in the second line of LCD display. In this case, pull-down resistors are placed on output pins RD0 - RD3 and are used to determine logic zero (0) in idle state.