Ensure consistencency of all design phases through object orientation
Electrical, Fluid and Wire Harness Design Software
E3.series - Electrical Wiring, Control Systems and Fluid Engineering
E3.series is a true concurrent electrical engineering environment supporting advanced requirements for electrical documentation, cabinet and wire harness design and manufacturing outputs. E3.series facilitates an efficient and accurate design and manufacturing process for electrical and fluid planning, cable planning, and wire harness and cabinet layout. Its object-oriented architecture provides an integrated and consistent design approach to help eliminate errors, improve quality and reduce design time.
What E3.series can do for you
Boost productivity with powerful automated operations and electrical checks
Generate comprehensive outputs for manufacturing and documentation
Control releases, revisions and configurations with an integrated data management environment
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Electrical Harness Design – Scalable from single user to enterprise wide deployment
E³.series is available in different configurations as a node locked or floating license that can be accessed by mulitple users. In the configuration E³.enterprise, several users can work simultaneously on large projects, with all modifications being visible in real time to all users. E³.enterprise comprises integrated user and access management capabilities.
An object-oriented systems architecture built on a central database for all applications ensures continuous synchronization across all engineering stages. E³.series projects contain all views of an electrical and/or fluid system. With bidirectional interfaces into leading MCAD toolsets, and a large selection of modules for specific applications, E³.series is a complete design and manufacturing solution for wiring, cabinet and harness in an industrial environment.
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More than a CAD tool
Multi-view project files
E3.series projects contain all aspects of your design (schematics, cable plans, control panels, formboards and fluid detail). All dynamically linked; a change in one is automatically reflected in all.
A feature unique to E3.series is its intelligent component library. Parts pulled from the component database include all symbols required by the engineer. The online bill-of-materials and master references automatically track contact locations, speeding up the design process and improving accuracy.
Real-time design rule checks
Core to E3.series are the built-in design rule checks (DRCs) that include automatic part selection, duplicate device name prevention, short-circuit avoidance and incorrect wire gauge allocation.
2D/3D cabinet and wire harness design
E3.series enables collaborative design for cabinets, wire harnesses and fluid systems. Integrations with all major MCAD vendors enable efficent exchange of geometric and electrical parameters supporting full digital mock-ups.
Free access to validated component data
Just some of our satisfied E3.series customers
Hydro-Québec simplified design process for power distribution network substations by implementing Zuken’s E3.series
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A survey of 163 companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland about the challenges and methods applied to the design and management of electrical and electronic systems and assemblies
This webinar covers the logical part of the wire harness design process consisting of creating the wiring diagram and the topology design.
This webinar follows our first webinar “Wire Harness Design Automation Basics I” where we have seen the logical part of the design process. Now we will look at the physical part of the wire harness design process.