Developing an electrical system is not as simple as plugging in a wire here and adding a connector there. Engineers must design the systems to meet specific requirements. Wires must be sized to satisfy specific power needs and network demands while maintaining signal integrity. Components and connectors must be selected that comply with industry standards and regulations.
Once the electrical design is complete, the systems must be routed through the mechanical product, demanding close coordination with mechanical engineers to ensure that wires fall within necessary length specifications. Developing these systems is a highly constrained, exceedingly collaborative and very iterative process.
This seminar demonstrates industry-proven tools that simulate and verify electrical behavior as a design is created using Solid Edge Wiring Design software. This graphical authorizing environment creates wiring diagrams via an intuitive user interface and built-in intelligent libraries of electrical symbols, components and simulation models.
Among the topics that are discussed: