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5.13.10.13.1.1. Conditional connection points

If a 3db file consists of several rows, the classification is for all rows. If not all connections become visible, the classification is created for the maximum. The interface tolerates if certain connection points are not needed or displayed in a concrete characteristic.

Example:

The example used here is the Wago connector "2231-0102_0008_0999-0962". It has one 3db, which has from 2 to 24 poles depending on table row.

If the number of poles is changed in the table, the respective connection points are shown or hidden.

PARTdataManager: Variable P: Polzahl (No. of poles):2

PARTdataManager: Variable P: Polzahl (No. of poles):2

PARTdataManager: Variable P: Polzahl (No. of poles):24

PARTdataManager: Variable P: Polzahl (No. of poles):24

In this project 3 rows of connection points have been created.

Basically you can create points in a row separately (which means a considerable effort for a big number of points) or as copy.

[Note] Note

Classifying these points is possible in both cases.

PARTproject - Wago connector: pg03 -> serie2231 -> 2231-0102_0008_0999-0962.3db

PARTproject - Wago connector: pg03 -> serie2231 -> 2231-0102_0008_0999-0962.3db

The following describes how to create the points and control the visibility.

  • Row 1 for conductor connection: All points separately set with Delete element with condition.

    Points: L1 - L24

    Following figure shows the conditional deletion for single points. Here e.g. P [number of poles] < 8.

    Points separately created

    Points separately created

  • Row 2 for plug connection: Created by copy (Copy/move elements (by offset))

    Points: S1 - S24

    Following figure shows how to control the Number of displayed points by variable P (number of poles).

    Points created by copy

    Points created by copy

  • Row 3 for mounting: Created by copy (as row 2)

    Points: M1 - M24

[Note] Note

At this part working with copies is advantageously in any case. Row 1 for the conductor connection only gives an example on how to create points separately and to delete by using a condition.