Learn design tricks and treats with E3.series. Levels help you manage your design easily and the connector attribute configurator provides granular control at your fingertips.
E3.cable is a superset of E3.schematic and is used for designing and documenting cable plans and harness layouts. Individual conductors are combined together in the design to form new cables or harnesses. Shielding and twisted-pair structure can also be added to the cables and automatically shown in the schematic.
Tech Tip: Create Your Own Custom User-Definable Toolbars and Keyboard Shortcut Commands in E3.series
This will make E3.series easier to use and work faster by creating your own toolbars and keyboard shortcuts with the commands that you use most.
The customization and workspace flexibility is one more way for E3.series to give the user what they need and want. All workspace customizations can be saved locally to provide a consistent user interface.
We are all looking to gain productivity in our design cycle to save time and reduce costs. A good method to get a head start is to use Excel or a .csv file to get the design started and load devices into you project.
The most common application is to load the connectors and signals from Printed Circuit Board (PCB) in the electrical design. Blocks can be used to represent systems and the Excel sheet can help you get the system information from other teams or 3rd party vendors.
A new version of anything is exciting no matter how great the previous version. I realized it when looking for a new car and couldn’t wait for the new model year and test drive it. The webinar on What’s New with E3.series gave a lot of us with the same feeling of excitement – and a lot of questions.