Highlights the wiring paths
Paperless Wiring Instructions
E3.WiringCockpit - Digitally Assisted Control Cabinet Wiring
E3.WiringCockpit improves communication between design and installation technicians. It displays wire-by-wire work instructions in a simple user interface. This results in quantifiable benefits of faster cycle times and improved build accuracy.
Confirm and proceed to next
Logging of the wiring progress
Display of the wiring paths
E3.WiringCockpit highlights the wiring paths in the digital control cabinet layout and displays all additional information relevant for the user. After the user has confirmed the completion of a connection, the next wire is displayed.
Optimization of the wiring sequence
The wiring sequence can be determined and optimized using an Excel export. The optimized wiring sequence helps the operator to wire the cabinet in a very efficient way.
A protocol of the processing progress
After the user confirms the processing, the next wire from the wiring list is displayed. The progress of the wiring is logged so that work can be continued at the exact same point in the event of an interruption.
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