Wire/Harness Design Automation Basics I
This webinar, part 1 of a 2-part series, covers the logical part of the wire harness design process. At the end of the design flow of the logical part we use the topology and wiring path to assign wires and cables to a harness.
At the beginning of the engineering process, we develop a system using functions and signals. With the information from the functional design, next we create a wiring diagram. Assigning components to the functions will lead to specific connection types. Additional we will import information from a PCB layout for further use. Using plugs and mating connectors as complex components with many additional parts and a wide range of crimp parts. Selecting Crimp parts according to the wire cross section. At the end of the design flow of the logical part we use the topology and wiring path to assign wires and cables to a harness.
What you’ll learn:
- How to begin a design by using functions and signals
- Creating a schema based on the information from a functional design
- How to import and use data from PCB Layout
- Using connectors and their additional parts
- How to dimension the wire cross section and select the appropriate crimp parts
- How to use the topology to design a harness
Who should watch:
- Design engineers
- Engineering managers
- Product managers
- Customer service professionals
- Service providers
- Harness manufacturers
Hans-Peter Bleher•Senior Applications EngineerHans-Peter has more than 30 years in the electronic design industry. His work experience includes CADE, ABB, Hewlett Packard and TCS. In his role as a Senior Application Engineer for E3.series, he assists customers and prospects with the introduction and best practices for E3.series.