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Peer Diagrams in AutoCAD Electrical webcast

 

Electrical schematic drawings contain control references to components that may also be shown on different system drawings. In AutoCAD® Electrical, the drawings and the relationship between them and the electrical schematic are referred to as peer-to-peer linking and drawings. Peer drawings contain nonschematic and nonpanel components that need to be linked to schematic components. Typical components displayed on different types of drawings include solenoids, motors, and meters.

Join us as we discuss peer relationships between drawings and attributes required for peer-to-peer symbols.

WEBCAST DETAILS
Title:
Peer Diagrams in AutoCAD Electrical
Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Start Time: 11:00 a.m. CT (12ET/9PT)
Length: 1 hour
Location: Online
Presenter: Greg Fisher, Solutions Engineer, Hagerman & Company

 

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