The amount and complexity of the information required in a project are continuously increasing. We provide you with the required data for each process step: from circuit diagram planning and panel design all the way to ordering, delivery and manufacture of products low voltage power distribution boards and distribution boards.
Which data types and formats do I get for Siemens components?
We offer a total of 12 data types for our low-voltage components:
- 2D dimension drawing
- 3D model
- Internal circuit diagram
- Data sheet
- Technical specifications
- Commercial data
- Manual/operating instructions
- Connection data
- Power loss data
Where do I get the CAx data?
Download our CAx data from the Industry Mall or via the CAx Download Manager. We also provide data in some common data portals of CAE systems such as EPLAN Data Portal or wscaduniverse.com.
Simply copy and paste an existing parts list into your download, or load your parts list as an Excel file (csv format) directly into the CAx Download Manager. The wizard guides you step by step and easily through the selection of data types as well as languages and creates your individual download package after entering an order name.
How can I save time and reduce errors by using CAE systems?
- Efficient and effective change management: In most CAE systems, errors can be corrected immediately at any time and this can then be reflected in the documentation.
- Automated power distribution board documentation: Most CAE systems offer the possibility to create the plant documentation automatically at the push of a button with manufacturer data that ideally is stored in the system.
- Factory automation: The 3D planning of power distribution as a digital twin in the CAE system provides the basis for the use of machines in panel building construction.
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