NMW 2003: Weidmuller’s software helps plan terminal rails

Chicago, IL—Weidmuller Inc. (Richmond, VA) exhibited at National Manufacturing Week 2003 its new RailDesigner software.

By Control Engineering Staff March 11, 2003

Chicago, IL— Weidmuller Inc. ounting. Cross connections, markings, end plates, partitions, end brackets, open slots and external cable bridges are graphically displayed, while automatic numbering functions prescribe labels to be quickly generated.

Consequently, the detailed construction of the terminal rail can be presented in the form of installation or ordering lists. Any construction questions can be asked, and errors detected, by using the “Installation Tips/Help’Advice” function. A navigation window conveniently displays an overview of all used terminal rails, and an export/import interface provides direct access to CADdy++ET, which makes it possible to exchange data with other systems.

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