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Bill of Materials for Electrical Routes

In a flattened drawing of an electrical route, you can insert the following tables that display items specific to electrical routes:

  • Electrical BOM. Lists components of the route such as connectors, clips, and coverings.

  • Cut list. (Labeled Circuit Summary.) Lists conductor-wire identification, color, length, and from-to information.

  • Connector tables. Lists the pins and associated wires for the connectors you select.

To insert electrical tables into a drawing when you flatten a route:

  1. Click Flatten Route (Electrical Routing toolbar) and select Drawing Options:

  • Click Electrical BOM, and select a template.

  • Click Cut list and select a template.

  • Click Connector table and select a template.

  • Click Auto balloons to include them.

  1. Set other options in the PropertyManager.

  2. Click .

You can also create electrical tables for a flattened route by right-clicking the flattened route and selecting Edit Flattened Route.

Balloons are not created for cables or wires.

Bill of Materials for Routing Assemblies



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