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SolidWorks Electrical greatly simplifies 2D controls, complex wiring, and harnesses. SolidWorks Electrical simplifies electrical system ® design with its intelligent design tools, comprehensive parts database, and real-time integration of your 2D schematics and 3D models. The simple, intuitive design makes both electrical and mechanical engineers more productive, enabling increased collaboration and integrated Bills of Materials (BOMs) and project data. The results are fewer mistakes and complications, for faster time-to-market. The SolidWorks Electrical product line includes: • SolidWorks Electrical: 2D dynamic electrical schematic creation • SolidWorks Electrical 3D: Use your schematic data to model your electrical system in 3D (including cables and wires) • SolidWorks Electrical Professional: SolidWorks Electrical and SolidWorks Electrical 3D combined for creating both electrical schematics and 3D models ELECT R I CAL SYSTEM D ESIGN electrical schematic creation by providing an intuitive interface that gives you faster results. Bi-directional integration in real time with SolidWorks 3D CAD provides better collaboration and productivity, resulting in fewer product delays, more consistent and standardized designs, lower costs, and faster time-to-market. SOLIDWORKS ELECTRICAL Energize your 2D electrical and control system design • 4,000+ symbols for use in electrical schematics and system layouts SolidWorks Electrical accelerates electrical system design with • Circuit symbol creation wizard to easily prepare custom 2D efficient schematic design capabilities that simplify your process. Multiple users can work together to generate complex single-line or multi-line schematics and automate wiring of PLCs and terminal strips. You can easily reuse portions of existing circuits in new schematic symbols • Customizable symbol and macros palettes for the most frequently used symbols and saved circuits designs to speed development and maintain consistency. • Fully automated generation of PLC schematic, terminal strip Key features include: • Generate DWG, DXF, and PDF documents for projects, with • Comprehensive integrated library of nearly 500,000 standard electrical parts makes part selection easy and speeds drawing, and support documents extensive archive capabilities • Integration with SolidWorks Enterprise PDM to manage ...
ADVANCED SHAPE CONTROL Benefits • Fast and easy creation of complex geometry with new Create complex surfaces and organic shapes faster, easier, and with more precise control. Style Spline functionality • Better, simpler control over curvature of spline geometry • New Conic Fillet controls create smoother transitions for fillets SKETCH ENHANCEMENTS Benefits • • • • Conceptualize and design faster and easier with more robust and powerful Sketch capabilities. Replace Sketch entity Set Sketch and Sketch Picture scale when adding first dimension Fixed length dimension for 2D splines Path Length dimension for multiple Sketch entities—belts, chains, cables, perimeters, etc. ENHANCED ASSEMBLY PERFORMANCE AND VISUALIZATION • • • • Create assemblies faster with new in-context Quick Mate toolbar Section View—Include/Exclude selected components Significantly improved Section View performance Create part Slot features with Hole Wizard and speed up assembly creation with new Slot Mate • Add rotation in Explode Steps so parts will automatically rotate Benefits Create and view assemblies faster and easier. DESIGN COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION Benefits • Experience your 3D designs in the real world in Augmented Experience and communicate your design ideas in a more lifelike way—anytime, anywhere. Reality with eDrawings® and eDrawings Professional iOS® mobile apps • eDrawings mobile support for Android™ devices (4.0 and later) • Create an eDrawings file of your SolidWorks Electrical schematics with a single click NEW SHEET METAL FEATURES Benefits • New Sheet Metal Gusset feature for creation of stiffening ribs • Improved control over sheet metal corner treatments • Sheet Metal Lofted-Bend includes information needed for Create sheet metal geometry faster, with improved data output for manufacturing. press brake manufacturing 6 STREAMLINED SIMULATION SETUP Benefits SolidWorks® Simulation automatically leverages data for simulations: Streamline simulation and eliminate duplication of effort to enable concurrent engineering. • Toolbox fasteners definition, with position, bolt materials, and preloads, for Bolt Connectors in SolidWorks Simulation • Thermal properties and PCB definition from electrical components in SolidWorks Flow Simulation • In-mold residual stress and temperature data from SolidWorks Plastics in SolidWorks Simulation Benefits • Create angular running dimensions • Set automatic limits for rows in tables • Turn a part drawing into an assembly drawing without Perform faster and more automated drawing detailing. losing references • Slot callout notes 8 Benefits SOLIDWORKS ELECTRICAL IMPROVED INTEGRATION AND PERFORMANCE • Single-button publishing of schematic and assembly files for review in eDrawings • One click check-in/check-out of electrical project files to SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Optimize, share, and track electrical designs more easily for improved project collaboration. • Enhanced wire/cable/harness development capabilities with optimized routing 9 SOLIDWORKS ENTERPRISE PDM STREAMLINED WORKFLOW • Customize the user interface with custom data columns for company-specific data • Automated cache management to cache and clear specified folders at user log-in and log-off Benefits Make faster, more accurate document actions and get the latest file versions automatically. • Enable vault operations directly in Microsoft® Office user interface for Word, Excel®, and PowerPoint® 10 STREAMLINED COST ESTIMATING AND REPORTING Benefits • New options enable selection and control of cost estimation Cost parts faster and with less setup, then share cost data more effectively with downstream applications. methods • New estimate type based on average cost of material removal simplifies Costing setup • Microsoft Excel integration and output of more Costing Custom Properties improve cost data sharing SolidWorks 2014 new features and enhancements span the full range of SolidWorks software for 3D design, simulation, technical communication, and product data management to maximize your productivity. For more information, visit www.solidworks.com/products2014. Our 3DEXPERIENCE Solutions powered by our brand applications serving 12 industries Dassault Systèmes, the 3DEXPERIENCE Company, provides business and people with virtual universes to imagine sustainable innovations. Its world-leading solutions transform the way products are designed, produced, and supported. Dassault Systèmes’ collaborative solutions foster social innovation, expanding possibilities for the virtual world to improve the real world. The group brings value to over 150,000 customers of all sizes in all industries in more than 80 countries. For more information, visit www.3ds.com.
SolidWorks Electrical 2013 Launching Project Manager On starting SolidWorks Electrical the Projects Manager will be automatically displayed. Through this interface it is possible to open existing projects, create new projects, delete projects, archive, (zip), unarchive, (unzip), create copies of projects or to change the properties of specific projects. There are two tabs listing projects: • • Recent projects: Projects recently opened in SolidWorks Electrical. All projects: All projects created/held within SolidWorks Electrical. Changing the project language The SolidWorks Electrical interface language can be changed via the “Tools->Interface configuration->Application language”. Select the preferred language from the pull down and restart the program to have the changes implemented. 4 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | SolidWorks Electrical can be launched from the desktop shortcut or from the Windows Start, Programs, SolidWorks Electrical, SolidWorks Electrical. Alternatively use the desktop shortcut. Application tabs The number of tabs available is automatically updated by SolidWorks Electrical in order to provide tools that are relevant to the work being carried out, so that on opening a Wiring Diagram a Line Diagram tab will be activated, for example. Before opening a project there are a number of tabs that are available. 1. “File” tab 2. “Library” tab Provides tools to manage all the symbol types within SolidWorks Electrical in addition to manufacturers’ part data, and ERP connection. 3. “Tools” tab This tab includes commands to modify the application settings, chat to others connected to the same server, and set up graphic preferences. 4. “Help” tab The help tab accesses a tutorial, supporting documentation, collects information about your system…. 5 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | Provides access to the Projects Manager, Quit the program, archive or unarchive environments, create new drawings…...
SolidWorks Electrical Installing SolidWorks Electrical SolidWorks Electrical installation files are available on DVD-ROM or via download. They provide two distinct software installations: • • SolidWorks Electrical SolidWorks Electrical 3D Please note that regardless of whether a Standalone or Client Server installation type has been selected certain processes will be the same, namely if a new SQL instance is to be installed, or if an existing SQL server has been detected. To reduce the size of the document links have been provided to common procedures. 1. Configuration requirements 1.1. SQL data server SolidWorks Electrical includes SQL Server 2008 Express in the installation; this is used to store of the program intelligence, manufacturers’ parts, library symbol descriptions etc. 1.2. System requirements Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 (x64 only). Memory (minimum): 2GB of RAM, 3GB for Windows Vista. Hard disk (minimum): 3GB free space, (for data, server or standalone) + 200MB for the application. Important note for Microsoft Office 2010 users: The 64 bit version of SolidWorks Electrical is not compatible with Microsoft Office 2010 32 bit, when installed on a 64 bit machine. To run SolidWorks Electrical (64 bit version) with Microsoft Office 2010 you must have the 64 bit version of Microsoft Office 2010 installed. (Please note also: Microsoft Office is not required to run SolidWorks Electrical software.) 1.2.1. SolidWorks Electrical 3D/Professional In order to ensure that you have valid system requirements please refer to the page: www.solidworks.com/SystemRequirements.html 3 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | This document details the installation of SolidWorks Electrical in either “Standalone” or “Client Server” modes. SolidWorks Electrical is compatible with SolidWorks version 2013 and higher. 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | SolidWorks Electrical 3D does not require SolidWorks Routing, (or Premium), to be purchased separately unless you intend to design piping and tubing. 4 Installation instructions Fundamentals To successfully complete the installation, it is essential that the Windows session is run with full Administrator privileges. The "Standalone" installation allows the user to run the software on a single workstation. The databases will be installed locally and are not shared. The "Client Server" installation allows users to share data (symbols, catalogues…) so that several users can work on the same projects data set. When using the downloaded installation run the "Install_sw-e" file. Running the exe file will unpack the contents and automatically launch the installation. Note that the data should not be installed to a root directory, (C:\ for example). A unique directory should be used to store the data, (C:\SolidWorksElectricalData for example). Additionally the SolidWorks Electrical data should not be installed into the same folder as the SolidWorks data. The Setup program automatically recognizes the operating system language and will switch the installation interface to that language. It also detects the presence of any previously installed SolidWorks Electrical on the computer and adapts the interface accordingly. Agreement/Registration On launching the Setup program, if no existing instance of SolidWorks Electrical is located on your system, you will be prompted to accept to the software license agreement. Check on the Accept check box and click the "Next" button to continue. Enter your contact information, and serial number then click the "Next" button to continue. 5 3DS.COM © Dassault Systèmes | Confidential Information | 01/02/2012 ref.: Document_Reference | The client server installation must be run on the computer identified as the "Server".
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SolidWorks Electrical 2D Creating Custom Wire Numbers This document explains how to create a custom wire number for SolidWorks Electrical Multi-Line Schematics. 1) In SolidWorks Electrical, go to the “Schematic” tab and click on either of the “Draw multiple wires” or “Draw single wire type” commands. 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 “…” in the command box. 3) Click on the Manager command in the Wire style selector. 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 4) A new wire style can be added by click on the “Add” command (1). Also, an existing wire style can be edited by selecting the wire style in the list (2) and double clicking the description of the wire style (3). 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 5) Click in the box that corresponds to the “Wire Formula.” 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 6) This action will open up the Formula Manager: Wire Mark. A predefined Formula can be used by Double Clicking it in the list in the “Predefined Formula” box. In addition, a custom formula can be created by using the options in the “Available Variables and simple formulas” box. A combination of both the “Predefined formulas” and “Available variables and simple formulas” can be used to create a custom formula. 7) When the “Number new wires” or “Renumber wires” commands are used the wire numbers will follow the newly selected formula. 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
SolidWorks Electrical Applications Real-time Integration of 2D Schematics and 3D Models Allows Mechanical and Electrical Teams to Better Collaborate and Deliver More Accurate Designs VELIZY-VILLACOUBLAY, France — August 1, 2012 — Dassault Systèmes (Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA), the 3D EXPERIENCE Company, world leader in 3D design software, 3D Digital Mock Up and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions, today introduced new SolidWorks Electrical applications . These new offerings include an innovative, system level 2D schematic design tool and a powerful 3D electrical modeling add-in to SolidWorks design application that are linked in real time. “Today, companies in industrial equipment, engineering services, high-tech, medical devices, and consumer goods are developing products that include more electrical content. More than half of our SolidWorks customers require a solution that streamlines collaboration between mechanical and electrical systems engineers,” said Bertrand Sicot, CEO, SolidWorks, Dassault Systèmes. “The addition of SolidWorks Electrical to our product portfolio moves us into this underserved market with a robust solution that upholds the SolidWorks focus on ease-of-use and makes close collaboration between mechanical and electrical design groups a reality.” When it comes to electrical system design, organizations frequently look for ways to improve the overall delivery performance of their departments. SolidWorks Electrical applications make it easy for engineers and designers to plan electrical systems and integrate those electrical aspects into the overall 3D mechanical models. These new applications pave the way for mechanical and electrical engineering teams to collaborate during product development, streamline the design phase, and reduce product delays, resulting in more consistent and standardized designs, lower costs, and faster time-to-market. “The full integration with SolidWorks will make SolidWorks Electrical easy to learn and will allow both our mechanical and electrical departments to collaborate on electrical system and wiring design,” said Kyle Strong, project manager at Getman Corporation. “Our mining vehicles include complex electrical wiring and need to have consistent design -- the decision to consider SolidWorks Electrical was easy. By integrating our electrical and mechanical design processes, we can better document electrical requirements and cable/wire paths, resulting in less rework, higher product quality, and faster time-to-market.”
This lab explores superheterodyne single and dual conversion receiver subsystems for analog and digital modulation. Two VHF (30–300 MHz) FM receivers are considered. The ﬁrst receiver employes a wideband (about 200 kHz) IF subsystem centered at 10.7 MHz, while the second employes a narrowband (about 10 kHz) IF subsystem centered at 455 kHz. The narrowband FM receiver also utilizes dual conversion, with the ﬁrst IF at 10.7 MHz and the second IF at 455 kHz. Both receivers have been constructed using readily available radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs) from NXP semiconductor1 . The receivers are presently in prototype form, constructed on an RF breadboard. In the future the receivers will be fabricated using a custom PCB. The high sensitivity of these receivers allows the wideband receiver to easily tune in FM broadcast stations and the narrowband receiver to receive the Colorado Springs national weather service (NOAA) station, and lab broadcast frequency shift keyed (FSK) digital modulation. Wideband FM Receiver The block diagram for the wideband receiver is given in Figure 1. The low-noise ampliﬁer (LNA) is not implemented at this time, nor is the front-end bandpass ﬁlter (BPF). A short wire (clip lead) will serve as the antenna in the experiment. The receiver requires and external local oscillator... LO frequency is 160 MHz. With low-side tuning for the LO, this means that carrier frequencies up 160 + 10.7 = 170.7 MHz can down-converted. The doubler is a passive circuit from Minicircuits2 , which in simple terms acts as a full-wave rectiﬁer, which has a strong second harmonic component. The mixer output is processed with a multistage IF ampliﬁer, with the 10.7 MHz IF passband shaping formed using ceramic ﬁlters. The nominal bandwidth of each ﬁlter is 280 kHz. Note from the schematic of Figure 2, the ceramic ﬁlters are external to the NXP SA636 RFIC. The ﬁnal stage 10.7 MHz IF BPF SFE10.7 An RF receiver needs to have high gain in order process weak signals arriving from a transmitter located many miles away. High gain over a wide bandwidth is hard to manage from a stability standpoint. Sensitive radio receivers also need to be very selective, that is supply high gain over just a relatively narrow band of frequencies. For the case of an FM receiver the needed bandwidth...