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Develop your electrical projects in a seamless environment

The growing complexity of today’s control systems requires powerful tools for fast and error-free schematic designs and wiring diagrams, and support for design reuse.

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Database driven design

Continuous synchronization of all engineering stages are enabled by an object-oriented systems architecture built on a central database.

Online design rule checking

Built-in DRCs for part selection, duplicate device name prevention, short-circuit avoidance and incorrect wire gauge allocation.

Options and variants

Support of variants and options within a single design. All variantes can be managed as options with one single 150% schematic.

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November 07, 2019
Electroflight

As part of the Accelerating the Electrification of Flight (ACCEL) research initiative, Electroflight is aiming to set a new world speed record of more than 300mph for an all-electric aircraft, involving the creation of one of the most power dense flying battery packs in the world.

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To support an ambitious technology roadmap, Electroflight selected Zuken’s E3.series to create electrical and fluid schematics for the ACCEL speed r...
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Zuken Component Cloud for E3.series
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Free, validated, high-quality electrical component data for E3.series
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December 05, 2018
Concurrent Design of Power Generation and Distribution Schematics and Panels

This webinar will cover the design of large electrical projects. A vital element of the design process is the tracking of nomenclature, device and cable functions, assignments and placement.

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Avoid electrical panel design errors

When selecting panel components, it’s often impossible to tell if they are correct until the manufacturing process begins. With a direct connection between the circuit diagram and panel layout such errors are recognized much earlier and thereby avoided.

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November 29, 2018
Wire Harness Design Automation Basics 2

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.

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Wire Harness Design Automation Basics I

This webinar covers the logical part of the wire harness design process consisting of creating the wiring diagram and the topology design.

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