Hydro-Québec simplified design process for power distribution network substations by implementing Zuken’s E3.series
Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Cooling and Lubrication System Design
The need for integrated fluid and electrical design
Hydraulic, pneumatic, cooling and lubrication systems activated by electric motors or pumps require integrated handling of fluid and electrical designs. To ensure consistency, representations in both domains need to be interlinked.
We can help you with
Combined electrical and fluid design
With intelligent sheet formats offering easy navigation between electrical and fluid elements. BOMs show only a single instance of combined electrical and fluid elements (e.g. a valve).
Device ID assignment
Consistent, synchronized representations of electromechanical devices in pneumatic schematics, electrical schematics and installation diagrams through database controlled cross-references.
Design rule checking
Design rule checking with optimized functionality for the development of hydraulic, pneumatic, cooling and lubrication systems.
Our satisfied customers
E3.series is much more than a single tool for us. Everything we do relies on us having accurate, live data – and that’s what E3.series feeds into virtually all of our processes
Martin PricePurchasing and IT Director, BCA Leisure
With such a compressed timeframe for the ACCEL aerospace initiative, speed is everything. E3.series was selected because of its ease-of-use, flexibility, and output capability for all data needed to manufacture wiring harnesses, including bills of materials.
Stjohn YoungmanElectroflight’s Programme Manager, Electroflight
A collection of testimonials from satisfied E3.series customers
We chose E3.series because it was best able to meet our design requirements. As our needs have evolved, so has E3.series. With each new version, Zuken gives us the functionality we need for higher productivity and quality
Sami KiviojaEngineering Manager, ABB Process Automation
We wanted a flexible, highly integrated electrical design solution which would help us improve our existing system and establish new design processes, ranging from the capture of a vehicle’s functional electrical topology, through detailed design, to the creation of harness manufacture data.
David AlexanderGroup Engineering Systems Manager, Alexander Dennis
Since we’ve been using E3.series, our technicians find it much easier to work with the schematic output from E3.series which provides more detailed documentation. E3.series is exceptionally stable and has an open access API. This has allowed us to customize the solution to suit our design process
Chris HatfieldTechnical Director, A-Tech Systems
One of the good things about E3.series is that it doesn’t dictate where you have to start. Within a project, users can start with the main assembly they consider most effective.
Jürgen FinkHead of the Electronics Development Department, Bruker
Who doesn’t recognise this? Many versions, many intermediate results, many copies, who has the latest version? Where is it stored? Who is currently working on it? Which settings, structure and database is the right one? We want to answer all these questions in this presentation.
This webinar will cover optimizing wire harness designs to meet targeted weight and cost objectives which is a complex and challenging task. One of the most time-consuming aspects is the consolidation of different data sources into one consistent representation.
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 white paper explains best-practice approaches for the management of electrical CAD data and their integration into enterprise-wide PLM and ERP environments.
Approaches to overcoming the limitations of Engineer-to-Order practices
Tell us more about your challenge
E3.cable extends the functionality of E3.schematic enabling individual conductors to be combined together in the design to form cables and harnesses.