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Terminal type management

The Terminal types are specific symbols used in the terminal strip drawing. For each terminal inserted in the scheme, you can associate a terminal type inserted in the terminal strip drawing. The Terminal types are associated with the symbols and the manufacturer parts.

The terminal type symbols are grouped in a specific Management dialog box r in which you can add or edit your own terminal type symbols.


Menu: Library > Terminal type management


The Management dialog box opens. It allows you to add, edit, or delete Terminal types.


New: Allows you to add a new Terminal type to the library.

Delete: Deletes the selected Terminal types.

Properties: Opens the Properties dialog box of the selected Terminal type. If you select several Terminal types, the Properties dialog box displays only the common properties.

List mode: Displays Terminal types in the form of a list (Code, Description, dates and symbol name).

Thumbnail mode: Displays Terminal types in the form of thumbnail previews.

Configuration: Allows you to manage the display settings for items in the dialog box.

Archive: Select the elements you wish to archive and click the Archive icon.

A dialog box opens allowing you to save the archived file.

Unarchive: A file selection dialog box opens where a TEWZIP file can be selected for unarchiving. The update data wizard will open automatically. Refer to the Archive / Unarchive chapter for more information.

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