Solid Edge Wiring Design tools provide rapid and intuitive electrical circuit design using industry-proven tools that simulate and verify electrical behavior as the design is created.
The graphical authoring environment creates wiring diagrams via an intuitive user interface and built-in intelligent libraries of electrical symbols, components, and simulation models.
Simulation highlights design challenges such as short and open circuits, voltage drop, fusing, and wire sizing errors.
The tools automate standards-based diagram generation and cross-referencing for multi-sheet schematics, and automatically generate reports.
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Solid Edge Wiring Design is an electromechanical solution that allows for data to flow seamlessly between the 2D wiring and 3D MCAD domains, allowing teams to understand and trace the impact of design decisions across domains.
The inexorable rise in machines’ electrical content drives the need for a collaborative environment spanning mechanical and electrical domains. A tight collaborative loop between ECAD/MCAD domains enables a cohesive design process, resulting in fewer rebuilds, increased quality and faster time to market.
Advanced design automation
Advanced design automation liberates engineers from the drudgery of manual tasks, setting them free to innovate and spend more time creating great products.
Includes strong simulation capabilities that enable virtual prototyping of electrical circuits. Virtual prototyping can ensure circuits perform to meet customer requirements. Full electromechanical digital mockups remove the need for costly prototypes and enable rapid evaluation of changes.
Functional verification and validation from simulation and design rule checks enable engineers to bring their products to market with right-first time , or correct-by-construction designs.
Based on mature and productive schematic design tools from Mentor Graphics. Developed for the mainstream market.
In a world of ever increasing electrical complexity, being able to accurately document and design your whole product has become a real challenge. Non-intelligent drawing tools and spreadsheets are no longer capable of keeping track of the electrical aspects of your designs. Companies now need a smart electrical design environment, one which can validate and provide automation as you proceed.