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Related Papers. User manual. Man dg. It offers innumerable project editing options and pro- vides new innovations with each new version. Version 2. This version once again incorporates a wide range of user requirements and requests that have arisen during the practical use of EPLAN.
This fourth edition of this book has been revised and expanded based on Version 2. The book is meant to make it easier to start using the software and to smoothly guide you around initial hiccups when working with EPLAN Electric P8.
Numerous practical examples show you what is possible with Version 2. EPLAN Electric P8 becomes increasingly comprehensive with every new version, as it does with this one, and it offers a variety of functions that cannot be completely covered in a single book. A book that describes all the functions would have thousands of pages and be impractical for the reader.
In Version 2. I will present and discuss some solutions. Others you will discover yourself and ask yourself why no one has ever tried it this or that way before. This book will recommend solution approaches and demonstrate solutions that will help simplify your everyday work. It will help you make necessary decisions. I would also like to sincerely thank my family, especially my wife Susanne.
They have always been, and continue to be, very patient with me. I would also like to thank all of the readers who have made this book a success. All feed- back, whether criticism or praise, has always been a strong motivator for me to revise this book.
Furthermore, the book assumes that the user has all of the user rights in EPLAN and is logged in as the local administrator. Some of the settings used in this book, such as those for filters or schemes, differ from the standard EPLAN installation. All of this additional data is available in the sample data.
In addition, some custom, non-standard shortcut keys were also used. The following text boxes are used to visually highlight notes, tips, etc. This box provides additional information and tips.
By design, EPLAN does not overwrite user-related master data because the user may have modified the original system master data and saved this under the original name assigned by EPLAN. During installation, EPLAN does not recognize whether this data has been changed on purpose and would therefore simply replace it. Usually the user does not want this to happen. If a license has not yet been installed, a dialog prompting or requesting a selection of the appropriate license is displayed before the program starts.
What combinations of letters and page names are allowed for subpages? How should paths be numbered: by page, by project or by struc- ture identifier?
The most important parameter in these settings is the definition or sub- sequent changing of the global plot frame for the project. A separate plot frame can be defined for every page in the page properties independently of the global plot frame setting. The page settings always have priority over the global project settings. New entries addi- tion of symbol libraries are automatically stored in the project after the setting is saved. Settings for displaying translation lan- guages displaying translations in the project are also configured here.
You also have to define a source language here. This helps to prevent operating errors, e. Any storage location can be selected using the button. The usual range of templates and basic projects are available for selection. NOTE: These fields cannot be changed later on. It is therefore very impor- tant to make sure you enter the correct data. After defining the above entries, you need to select a template. A rough overview of the data assets used and their related designing tasks applied in this project can be seen in the table below.
The Parts management assets used for the project. To get an idea of what kind of information is vital and important for different parts, it was necessary to go back to the project documents. For this purpose, old Eplan projects and standard Vacon forms were used to clarify these kinds of requirements Schematics Other documentation-related parts data occurs in schematics. Components always have terminal designations, which should be identified in the schematics.
This kind of information is directly linked to the parts database. Usually terminals are designated by consecutive numbers, which, in this case, are always set as default for every Eplan symbol.
This meant that only symbols with specific terminal designations had to be taken into account, such as transformers, power supplies and relays see Figure 8. It is also an advantage if the components used have some vital technical characteristics presented beside the symbol, in order to clarify different electrical ratings and dimensions. For this. This kind of information is updated in the Parts management s Function templates see chapter 6.
Symbols with parts data linked information in black Parts list The parts list is primarily intended for the production unit, to let them know what components are included in the drive enclosures. Based on this information, the electrical parts are ordered for the project.
When the project is ready and in operation at the customer s site, the parts list is used for ordering spare parts. For these reasons, it is important that the information is accurate and reliable to avoid mistakes when ordering. Rajala Figure 9. Vacon parts list form. According to the Vacon parts list form, the following information is vital for every single part: Type designation Designation Order number Technical characteristics Manufacturer.
The parts are stored and are available for parts selection through the Eplan Parts management. The dialog is visually exactly like the Parts management dialog with product hierarchy levels of electrical engineering, fluid power and mechanics.
Part selection offers different filter schemes that can be activated for displaying only particular types of components. Compared to Device selection see chapter 6. Thence a PLC card part could be assigned to the motor overload switch device. However, the function detects the differences afterwards between the data stored for the part and the data in the device, by opening a conflict dialog.
It is up to the user to decide if the part is allowed to be assigned. The Part selection dialog. The character s typed allows filtering in Parts selection on the basis of such identifiers. The identifier, however, is not transferred as a designation to the schematic device.
The intention was therefore also to create different possibilities for other designers to choose between when approaching component selection tasks in Eplan. As the Part selection feature is not dependent on any other technical conditions it was easy to update device designations for every part. The filter facilitates a part s location in the database significantly, when searching for specific and uncommon components. In the early project stage, it was decided that a new standard would be applied regarding device designations.
At the same time this would be easy to carry out, since the entire library would be reconstructed anyway. The SFS-EN standard; Classification of objects and codes for classes had already been considered during the standard drawing transfer.
The only thing remaining was to apply the standard in the parts database building. The aim of this part of IEC is to establish classification schemes for objects with associated letter codes which can be applied throughout all technical areas, e. Subclasses of objects according to intended purpose or task.
This chapter includes a Table. Definitions and letter codes of subclasses related to main classes, which provides specific letter codes for electrical components. The classification system is based on a two-letter code, where the first character defines the main class see Appendix and the second see Appendix defines the subclass. An additional subclass can be defined according to Rule 6; Additional subclasses to those defined in Table, may be applied if: the subclasses are defined in accordance with the basic grouping of subclasses in Table.
The following example shows the basic classification principle for a contactor:. Eplan P8 also offers Device selection as an addition to Part selection. Device selection is dependent on the schematic and the function definitions belonging to the device. There is an immediate check compare Part selection upon clicking the device selection button to determine which device functions already exist. Thereafter, only parts that match the function definitions are displayed.
This means that it is not possible to assign a PLC card part to a motor overload switch device. The Device selection dialog Function template The function templates are defined to determine the key information for the actual part. When a part is updated in the database it is defined whether the part is a lamp or an auxiliary contact. The information is defined in the Function templates tab in the Parts management see Figure. The templates are utilized during the Device selection action.
This permits selection of exactly the parts matching the devices in the schematic. This would facilitate device dimensioning when suitable parts are preselected, instead of being forced to browse through the whole database in search for suitable or required parts. The feature would especially benefit components available in multiple variants, such as contactors, relays, MCBs and terminals. By adding a function template, this in turn permits terminal designations for devices to be pre-entered.
This would facilitate part assigning, as the designer would not be forced to browse through component data sheets in search for the correct terminal markings. Instead this would automatically assign the designations for a contactor or auxiliary relay. Therefore this feature was also considered in the database updating. Function templates with pre-entered connection point designations Technical data During the device selection the preselected parts are listed in a Main parts window.
As the function template s already have determined suitable parts, the designer still needs to find out further details regarding the components technical features. The function template does not consider anything else but the device itself. The device surroundings, such as voltage type, potentials, currents and powers are not taken into account. This means that the actual dimensioning is to be carried out by the designer. As the function template feature was already utilized, it was necessary to include the technical data as well in the project, as that they go hand in hand.
These features are entered in the Parts management s Technical data tab see Figure 3. The tab in question is component dependent, and its appearance is different according to. This means that the input fields vary depending on whether the component are a fuse or a terminal, for example.
In the case of fuses, the IEC size and tripping current is crucial information. When assigning a terminal part, the cross-section for conductor and color is important. Figure 3. The component data tab for a contactor Accessories The accessories function lets the user assign accessories to main parts. These accessories are stored as normal parts in the database.
When a part is being created it can be defined as accessory or main in the Parts management Accessories tab. The defined main part is then assigned with an undetermined amount of accessory parts. The selected accessories can be marked as required, if the part is operationally necessary.
This function can be utilized during the Device selection action. It was decided to utilize the accessories feature, as the component selection could be in need of further automation when handling these kinds of components. It was decided to realize this only on particular main parts with several related accessories. This was necessary action, since Eplan P8 had still not been used in real projects at the department. The aim was to apply the same project sequence and tool management as for Eplan, to ensure its operation in Vacon projects.
This was realized by designing an entire cabinet drive project, starting from PPM designing to complete project documentation. In this way the parts database could be tested on a larger scale, but also on a function-specific level. Selecting drive system The designing of entire drive systems requires a lot of previous experience. To still be able to create a real project in a set time, it was decided to utilize an old Vacon project. With this approach, engineering would not be a part of the project, which again was not the intention.
As Eplan P8 is initially only to be used for designing of engineered drives it was decided to design such a system. To ensure that the pilot project would be beneficial in the future at the department a typical common DC bus system was selected see Figure 5.
The converted power is then fed to the common DC bus and then to the inverter units. The power can also be transferred back to the mains, depending on the front end. In other cases a break chopper is used to dissipate the braking energy. The breaking power can also be directly fed to the other drives via the common DC bus and thereby save energy.
Engineered drives manual The crucial reason for opting for this drive system was that a more complex cabinet drive was required, including a major range of different components. This would allow all kinds of designing tasks and components to be reviewed. Predesigned Eplan P8 schematics were used for the project, which had been designed during the previous summer.
This also enabled testing of these schematics. A common DC bus drive system. Project page macros After having selected a suitable drive system the project continued with creating the needed PPMs. As most of the standard drawings were already predesigned, they were still not assigned with parts data. In this case parts lists of the needed PPMs were generated in Eplan in order to obtain the corresponding components for the project. Device selection In most cases device selection was utilized when assigning parts.
When implementing contactor parts the function was especially useful. For the inverter unit a main contactor is needed to control the charging ready action of the charging circuit. The component must meet technical characteristics of 30 VAC and 5 kw for the coil and power contacts.
The coil and all contacts are separately initiated with a common designation, -QA6, in order to be linked together. Unassigned device in the Device selection dialog. When the device selection dialog is opened, the device to be assigned with part s are seen in the Selected parts field see Figure 6. The preselected relays and contactors with technical information are listed in the Main parts field see Figure 6. Here the filter has taken into account the function templates together to find individual matching parts from the database.
To be able to match each contact of the device, the filter also considers accessories associated with the main part, such as auxiliary contacts in this case. The accessories available for the main component are visible in the Accessories field see Figure 6. The only option here is the Schneider LCD3P7 motor contactor, which also meets our technical requirements. The device is then assigned with a part, but the main part does not assign every function template see Figure 7. An auxiliary contact is still needed to fulfill our requirements and the Schneider LADN auxiliary contact package is then assigned to the device see Figure 8.
The device will be graphically assigned with the actual component connection point designations in the schematic. Partially unassigned device in the Device selection dialog. Figure 8. Completely assigned device in the Device selection dialog. As only two additional contacts were needed, there still remains one NC and one NO contact. These contacts and their connection point designations and are retained as free.
A contact image can be added to the device to clarify its status and location see Figure 9. Figure 9. A contact image for contactor and auxiliary contact package. The function was noticeably effective when parts of one option only were managed. In this case I wanted to assign parts for the two inverter units. For this drive system each inverter modules had been dimensioned to A and V for the common motor output.
The devices are designated in accordance with the related standard as -TB. When the parts selection dialog is opened, the entire component database is listed. By activating the Identifier in the Automatic filter see Figure 0. Figure 0. The Automatic filter. Automatic filter activated in the Part selection dialog.
This approach was defined to separate the Device selection and the Parts selection depending on task. I already processed this approach during the database development, since it would affect the characteristics of the database.
The standard was as follows: Eplan symbol Device selection or Parts selection Symbol macro Parts selection In Eplan P8 it is possible to model customized symbols, which are graphically identical to default ones. When it comes to the linking between these devices and the part, the function template is not recognized correctly.
This leads to conflicts and no preselected parts. Electrical Symbols and Line Diagrams Chapter 3 Material taken from Chapter 3 of One-Line Diagrams One-line diagram a diagram that uses single lines and graphic symbols to indicate the path and components. Chapter 5 Components, Symbols, and Circuitry of Air-Conditioning Wiring Diagrams Objectives Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: Explain what electrical loads are and their general purpose.
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