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Electrical Panel Design Software
E3.panel - Electrical Panel and Switch Cabinet Design
Our electrical panel design software E3.panel allows engineers to layout components inside electrical panel enclosures in both 3D and 2D. Intelligent automatic snapping points allow parts to be easily placed in their correct location. Clashes can be prevented with keep-out and height restrictions. E3.panel is dynamically integrated with E3.schematic and E3.cable. Users can easily navigate between the panel and schematic, and changes to either are immediately reflected.
Slot and mount functionality
Keep out areas and restricted areas
Automatic wire routing in 2D and 3D
Electrical Panel Design
The E3.panel design software allows engineers to layout components inside panel and switch cabinet enclosures. Intelligent automatic snapping points allow parts to be easily placed in their correct location, and with keep-out and height restrictions it is also possible to prevent clashes.
Signal logic is transferred from the schematic and wires can be automatically routed through ducts in the panel, taking into account the shortest route and any segregation requirements, duct fill capacity is also checked. The length of each wire is calculated and with dedicated links to wire preparation machines wires can be cut stripped, crimped, and marked automatically.
E3.Panel Key Features
Working in either two or three dimensions, E3.panel allows engineers to layout components inside switch cabinets and electrical panel enclosures. Intelligent automatic snapping points allow parts to be easily placed in their correct location, and with keep-out and height restrictions it is also possible to prevent clashes.
Intelligent automatic snapping points allow parts to be easily placed in their correct location, and with keep-out and height restrictions it is also possible to prevent clashes. Wires can be automatically routed through ducts in the electrical panel, taking into account the shortest route and any segregation requirements. Duct fill capacity is also checked.
E3.panel automatically calculates the length of each segment. If E3.panel’s links to wire preparation machines are used, wires can be cut, stripped, crimped, and marked automatically.
Using VRML or STEP AP203/214 all 3D data in E3.panel can be transferred to 3D mechanical systems. Simplified models of the electrical design are used to check for collisions in the complete mechanical design. This functionality enables full digital mock-ups to assess spacing requirements, clash detection, and error prevention.
Manufacturing data can be extracted from the electrical panel design in the form of wire lists, which include route and length information. In addition, various modules are available, which interface
E3.panel to manufacturing equipment such as Komax wire preparation machinery and Perforex drilling, punching, and cutting tools.
E3.panel is part of the Smart Cabinet Initiative.
E3.panel+ enables automatic wire routing within the panel enclosure. Connectivity data from the schematic is automatically available in the panel design, and a shortest route algorithm routes the wires through cable ducts.
E3.cable extends the functionality of E3.schematic enabling individual conductors to be combined together in the design to form cables and harnesses.
Find out more via our webinars, press releases and more...
This webinar will show you how digital product data can support you to develop and produce your control cabinet faster and in a more flexible and economical way.
This webinar will provide details and demonstrations of the various tools available to help support the manufacturing automation of cabinet / panel designs.
Get an overview of the Smart Cabinet Building initiative - a best-in-class turn-key solution for the design, manufacture and assembly of control cabinets by bringing together industry leading expertise from Weidmueller, Komax, Zuken and Armbruster Engineering.
E3.series 2021 from Zuken delivers enhancements for connector handling, 3D control cabinet design and ECAD/MCAD collaboration.
In this webinar we will demonstrate the possibilities of E3.WiringChecks based on a concrete and consistent application example.
Opening new opportunities through digitization in control cabinet manufacturing with customized, integrated solutions,The SMART CABINET BUILDING initiative brings together Weidmüller, Komax, Zuken, and Armbruster Engineering - This webinar will show you a complete user journey.
Recent E3.panel Blog Posts
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An immature design or manufacturing process leads to excess complexity. Smart manufacturing options driven by intelligent design solutions provide a repeatable and efficient path to simplify manufacturing processes.
E3.WiringCockpit is a great Cabinet Production tool to use alongside with E3.series. Making it easier to connect between engineering and manufacturing...
Reducing costs, increasing productivity and ensuring quality – this is the wisdom that every management consultant in the manufacturing industry has in their briefcase today. In fact, over the past two decades, the industry has allocated significant budgets to achieve these goals. At the same time, companies often overlook money that is literally lying on the shop floor in the form of obsolete paper-based transitions to manufacturing – in particular in the areas of electrical engineering and assembly.
This video will show step by step instructions on how to create a basic Panel Model and insert a 3D STEP file.
Panels are ubiquitous to any electrical design discussion. In most cases., panels hold together the nerve center of a system and vary widely in complexity. An electrical design solution needs to cater to a simple panel such as we find in our homes that may contain a few fuses and disconnects. That solution should also be able to handle complex panels like the ones used for switchgear, PLCs and the motor control centers that drive the world of automation all around us.