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5.13.10.13.6. Class "Electrical Connection" (CNS_CP|4|3) -> Attribute "Connection Name Equivalences"

The field Connection Name Equivalences is used in order to designate which connection points (if any) have the same electrical potential, meaning those connection points that have a physical (conductive) electrical connection to the connection point you are currently classifying.

In the CNS classification this is done under class CNS_CP|4|3 (Electrical Connection) with the attributes Identifier and Connection Name Equivalences.

Identifier and Connection Name Equivalences

Identifier and Connection Name Equivalences

Example:

From the electrical diagram above, we see which connection points have the same potential:

  • S1 and S2

  • (-) and -a

  • (+) and +a

So for S1 we write:

Connection Name Equivalences     |  S2

For S2:

Connection Name Equivalences     |  S1

In the case that there are more connection points with the same potential, for example S1, S2, S3, S4, it would look like this:

For S1:

Connection Name Equivalences     |  S2||S3||S4

For S2:

Connection Name Equivalences     |  S1||S3||S4

For S3:

Connection Name Equivalences     |  S1||S2||S4

For S4:

Connection Name Equivalences     |  S1||S2||S3