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5.13.10.6. Accessory parts (Associated Part [CNSELEK|5|4])

As in ECAD environments accessory parts show a much more complex structure than pure lists of article numbers, the accessory parts are defined in two sections here. On the one hand there is the usual PSOL accessory solution (PARTproject -> tabbed page Links -> Links to parts) and on the other a mechanism that links accessory data both with the PSOL side and with the electrical classification. The background to this is the fact that for a connector with crimp connection, for example, a whole string of different accessory parts is possible. That means, apart from the usual, global definition (= concerning the whole part) accessory lists have a potentially local nature (e.g. only concerning one specific connection). Furthermore eClass Advanced offers an elaborated management of different variants of accessory lists. Therefore a detailed data management of accessory lists is important.

Phoenix Connector 1414363 with 4 Crimp Connections. In each Crimp connection, principally a whole string of different pins with specific article number can be plugged. These are not necessarily identical for each connection. This explains why the classification needs to have maximum flexibility.

Phoenix Connector 1414363 with 4 Crimp Connections. In each Crimp connection, principally a whole string of different pins with specific article number can be plugged. These are not necessarily identical for each connection. This explains why the classification needs to have maximum flexibility.